Speculative RSVP System Flourishing for CFP National Championship Speculative RSVP System Flourishing for CFP National Championship
College football fans can now RSVP to buy tickets to the CFP National Championship game — if they’re willing to take the risk. Fans... Speculative RSVP System Flourishing for CFP National Championship

College football fans can now RSVP to buy tickets to the CFP National Championship game — if they’re willing to take the risk.

Fans who have faith in their team securing a spot in the championship game can also try to secure their spot in the audience with the College Football Playoffs RSVP website. The site, powered by Dibit, allows fans to choose which team they think will make the playoffs. Based on the amount of people vying for a certain team, that team’s RSVP price will increase. Fans can sell their reservations through the site starting October 15, which can be sold or purchased up until three hours after the final semifinal game comes to a close.

“Purchase RSVP to lock in face-value,” the CFP-RSVP website states. “If they go, you go!”

Here’s the catch: if your team doesn’t make it, you lose out on that RSVP money. This may not be a big deal, if you’re betting on a team like the Vols or Mississippi State – which will cost you $3 to RSVP. However, Georgia is currently holding the highest RSVP price at $275, followed by Alabama and Clemson at $225. Fans who have faith in their team making it to the playoffs will benefit from their RSVP by guaranteeing a ticket at face-value, but they won’t be refunded if their team fails to score a spot.

Fans hoping to RSVP their spot in the playoffs must select their seat level in the upper or lower bowl in their team’s stadium to determine the final price of the RSVP. If their team advances to the championship game, they will be one of the first people to receive an email with a link to purchase tickets. RSVP here.

While more than 70 teams have RSVP prices at $2, there are 15 teams priced $10 or higher. Check out the list of the 15 teams with the highest RSVP in the league as of Thursday (9/5) morning:

  1. Georgia: $275
  2. Alabama: $225
  3. Clemson: $225
  4. Oklahoma: $50
  5. Ohio State: $50
  6. Michigan: $50
  7. Notre Dame: $40
  8. LSU: $40
  9. Texas: $17
  10. Auburn: $15
  11. Washington: $12
  12. Penn State: $12
  13. Michigan State: $12
  14. Florida: $12
  15. Texas A&M: $10

The CFP National Championship game will take place on January 13, 2020 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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Olivia Perreault Deputy Editor

Olivia Perreault is the Deputy Editor for TicketNews. She is a graduate of The University of Rhode Island and holds a BA in journalism. As an avid concert junkie, she's been to hundreds of concerts and freelances for multiple online publications, including her music blog, found at OliviaGPerreault.com. Reach Olivia via email at [email protected]

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