In a release by the University of Alabama athletics program on Tuesday, it was announced that tickets for the season-opener football game against Miami are for sale for $125 or $250. The limit of tickets has been set to eight per customer.

In a note near the top of the page on RollTide.com, Alabama notes, “Ticket requests will be allocated and fulfilled based on Tide Totals priority points and then by order date. The $250 price level is located in the 100/200 level and the $125 price level is located in the 300 level.”

The University of Alabama also notes that price “price level assignments are not guaranteed and will be fulfilled based on priority.”

As is the norm now, much like the transition during the 2020 season, all tickets will be mobile and accessible on a smartphone. These mobile tickets will be issued in August “via mobile delivery.”

On third-party sites like StubHub, tickets to the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game are as low as $166 and as high as $1,425. The latter being 50-yard line tickets on the bottom level of Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.

It was reported recently that Mercedes-Benz Stadium will be back to 100% capacity by the time Alabama kicks off against the Hurricanes. This will be the first full-capacity game for the Crimson Tide since the 2020 Citrus Bowl which featured a 35-16 victory for Alabama over the Michigan Wolverines.

This will also be the first time that young stars like quarterback Bryce Young and defensive back Malachi Moore have played in a full-capacity college football game.

The Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game between Alabama and the University of Miami will kick off at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, September 4. It will be televised on ABC and can be heard on TIDE 100.9 on the radio dial, online, or the free TIDE 100.9 app.

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