"I would say don't buy a ticket on the street, but if you do buy a ticket on the street and it's a paper ticket, there's a good chance it's not valid," Hancock said.
Tickets for the game start around $1,400 on resale websites. Fans say concerns about scammers could keep them from even attempting to go to the game.
"I'd be scared to try any other avenues other than StubHub, something reliable," Georgia fan Delwin Bobo said.
The Georgia attorney general is also warning fans about ticket scams and offers these tips:
- Only buy from reputable sites, like StubHub.
- Be especially wary of buying tickets on Craigslist.
- Avoid wiring money to any seller, because that often means it's a scam.
Some fans said despite the risk, they're ready to see their team battle it out for the title.
"I paid for it. How much? Too much!" Alabama fan Susan Middleton said.
If you have tickets, make sure to have them pulled up on your phone when you walk up to the gate. That is the only way you will be able to get in.