Are you planning an SEC sports fan trip? A group of you want to go the SEC Championship game? Maybe a reunion at your alma mater's homecoming football game?
Maybe a quick weekend road trip to a great SEC football rivalry game. Or, more than likely, at this time of year, a bowl game may be in your plans. First, before making plans, check out our 2012 - 2013 Bowl Game Schedule and our SEC Bowl Previews. Then, buy your tickets at College Football Bowl Game Tickets.
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Learn more about these great sports travel guides: SEC Football Travel Guide; SEC Baseball Travel Guide and SEC Basketball Travel Guide.
The first thing you should do is look at the list of articles below. There is one for each city an SEC school is located in as well as the two cities SEC fans most commonly go for Championship and Bowl games -- Atlanta and New Orleans.
Each article gives personal tips about ways to make your trip fun and memorable. Here's the list:
Hopefully you enjoyed one or more of the articles above and got some great ideas for hotels, restaurants and things to do when you get there.
If you have a great SEC sports trip story to share -- see the form at the bottom of this page -- you may win a T-shirt!
Wondering which SEC football stadium is the best as far as "game day experience"? Here's a great article: SEC Football Stadium Rankings.
If you still need tickets, check out 2012 SEC Football Tickets.
If you need fan merchandise check out SEC Sports Fan Store and SEC Sports Fan Merchandise.
For group trips, there are so many variables that you are probably best off letting a professional make the arrangements. They know the best hotel to stay at and how to get a group of seats together at the game -- among other things.
Often you will end up paying less in the long run by letting a pro handle it. It's what they do for a living.
SECSportsfan.com has found some awesome trip planners for SEC sports fan trips.
Some specialize in SEC events. Some even specialize in particular schools.
Submit the form below and tell us generally your plans. We'll put you in touch with the best planner to help you out. Of course you have no obligation at all to use them. It's worth a shot.
Have a great trip!
Finally, if you have had a unique SEC sports trip experience (either good or bad) -- share it with the rest of us. Good hotels, bad restaurants -- whatever. We'd all gain from hearing about your experience. And, you may even win a T-shirt -- see SEC Sports Fan Forum. So.....
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