Per Dallas Morning News:
If you’re still looking for a ticket to TCU’s Aug. 31 matchup against LSU at Cowboys Stadium, you’ll likely have to pay a steep price to snag one.
The average asking price for a seat at the Horned Frogs’ season opener is sitting at $584.13, the second-most expensive ticket for any college football game this season, according to an AL.com report.
TCU quarterback Casey Pachall passes against SMU at Ford Stadium in Dallas, TX. on Sept. 29, 2012. (Christian Randolph/The Dallas Morning News)
The only game with a higher average asking price is Texas A&M’s Sept. 14 matchup against Alabama in College Station.
The Frogs’ Oct. 26 home game against Texas also cracked the top 10, coming in at No. 7 with an average asking price of $451.09.
These things tend to fluctuate closer to gameday, but for now, both of TCU’s appearances, surprisingly, rank higher than the Tigers’ Nov. 9 matchup at Alabama, which currently has an asking price of $370.29. That’s good for 12th on the list.
Oklahoma vs. Texas on Oct. 12 was the highest-ranked Big 12 game, with tickets to that one going for around $499.42, No. 5 on the list.
The numbers were compiled by TiqIQ, which computes averages by looking at listed resale prices from major sellers like Stubhub and Ebay.
This post was edited on 8/25 at 8:12 pm