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Link: UK football season ticket prices SEC's second lowest

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Thumbnail image for SEC tickets.jpg Jon Solomon of the Birmingham News wrote an article on Sunday about the football fan experience in the Southeastern Conference. He tackled the topic of how schools throughout the league are approaching the trend of more and more fans opting to watch games at home instead of actually going to the stadium.

It's a very interesting piece, but the reason it's of particular interest here on Cat Scratches is the research that led to the chart embedded on the left of this post.

The chart lists the "minimum cost per game for the general public to buy SEC season tickets." As you can see, Kentucky offers the second-least expensive season tickets of any school in the conference at $33.86.

In response to recent economic woes, UK has also cut its prices from $40.00 in 2008.

Add in the mini-pack options UK just began offering, and games in Commonwealth Stadium are that much more of a bargain.

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