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  • Find tickets from 289 dollars to 2019 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl - College Football Playoff Semifinals on Saturday December 28 at time to be announced at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, GA

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Peach Bowl Details

The Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl is one of the six New Year’s Day Bowl games that are a part of the College Football Playoffs rotation. Every three years it will host one of the two semifinal games; the winner moves on to the championship game.

The game has recently moved to the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta after having played in the Georgia Dome since 1993. Previous locations include Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium (1971-1992) and at the beginning of the history of this bowl, on the Georgia Tech campus at Grant Field (1968-70).

The game began as a fund raiser for the Lions Club of Georgia in 1968, but after years of poor attendance and little revenue being generated the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce took over the game in 1986 and began the long legacy of the nationally recognized Peach Bowl.

Fast food restaurant Chick-fil-A became the sponsor in 1997 and changed the name to the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl. But from 2006-2013 it became the Chick-fil-A Bowl. They changed the name back to ‘Peach Bowl’ after it was announced the game would be part of the College Football Playoff rotation.

Many of the early editions of the game featured an ACC team playing against an at-large opponent. But, from 1993-2013 the opponents were exclusively from the ACC and SEC. In the ACC, the honor was often given to the runner-up of the ACC Championship game. But with the BCS often taking two SEC teams, they were often forced to be satisfied with a division runner-up.

Once the game became part of the College Football Playoffs rotation, it became guaranteed major conference champions or at least the best runners-up available.

When and where is the 2018 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl game?

The 2018 Peach Bowl is set to take place on December 29th at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, GA. This bowl game is highly anticipated for fans as it typically holds a match-up of two very successful teams.

How much are Peach Bowl tickets?

The average Peach Bowl game ticket costs $180 on the resale market, but this may vary depending on the game’s matchup on any given year.

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The Second-Hottest Peach Bowl Ticket in History

At an average resale ticket price of $188, this year’s Peach Bowl is on pace to be the second-hottest ticket we have tracked for this game over the past five seasons. Only the 2016 Peach Bowl -- a College Football Playoff semifinal matchup between Alabama and Washington -- tops the demand this year’s game.

See below for a list of Peach Bowl ticket prices by year:

  • 12/29/18 Florida vs. Michigan: $188 avg. resale price
  • 1/1/18 Auburn vs. UCF: $182
  • 12/31/16 Alabama vs. Washington (CFP Semifinal): $285
  • 12/31/15 Houston vs. Florida State: $77
  • 12/31/14 Ole Miss vs. TCU: $131
  • 12/31/13 Duke vs. Texas A&M: $70

Peach Bowl a Top-5 Most In-Demand Bowl Game of 2018-19

Only the two College Football Playoff Semifinal games, the Rose Bowl, and the Sugar Bowl are seeing more ticket demand from fans than this year’s Peach Bowl.

Below are the top five most in-demand bowl games, ranked by average ticket price, this bowl season:

  • Cotton Bowl (Notre Dame vs. Clemson): $452 avg. resale price
  • Orange Bowl (Alabama vs. Oklahoma): $358
  • Rose Bowl (Ohio State vs. Washington): $337
  • Sugar Bowl (Georgia vs. Texas): $228
  • Peach Bowl (Florida vs. Michigan): $188