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LSU's Week 2 matchup at Texas on September 7th is the most in-demand game of the season, according to ticket company Stubhub.

Most In-Demand Games of the Season

-LSU vs. Texas, facing each other for the first time since 2003, takes strong lead, outselling the #2 game, Notre Dame vs. Georgia, by 68%.

-LSU is playing in the #1 game of the season for the second year in a row.

-Notre Dame, Texas, LSU and Michigan each have *two games in the Top 10.

-The most affordable Top 10 game of the year is Nebraska vs. Colorado, with an average ticket price of $280.
LSU's other game in the Top 10 is at Alabama on November 9th.

Sound off in the comments if you are heading to the game, still looking for tickets, or skipping the trip to Austin because of the prices.
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Got tickets in March for 250! The same section now are 450 bare minimum!
Reply9 months
“most in-demand game of the season” Tell me about it, stud. (Michelle Pfeiffer style)
Reply9 months
Gonna watch on TV. Better seats, A/C, and most importantly I don't have to step foot in Texass.
Reply9 months
Going, got tickets about a month ago. Two via ticketmaster for $335 each total. Worth the price for the first time at Texas and probably only time they'll play Texas in my lifetime. The prices have gotten real ridiculous the last two weeks.
Reply9 months
We play Texas again next year on Sept 12... in Baton Rouge.
9 months
Print the shirts!
Reply9 months
There are 2000+ overpriced tickets still on StubHub alone. They also just opened up a few thousand more for purchase by Texas Season Ticket holders. Yes, highly sought after but this market will drop dramatically. Like Knothead below, the prices have passed the $threshold of the remaining market. I'm getting my 4 at the game and they'll be under face value.
Reply9 months
If I end up going, this will be the strategy. If you're paying $350/ticket for this game, you're a fool.
9 months
Not a chance. Not with all the LSU fans desperate for tickets.
9 months
Pulled the trigger on nine tickets from Ticket City for $300 flat each in May. Glad I did. I knew they'd only climb come August.
Reply9 months
God blessed me with a woman whose family has season tickets to UT. I’m going to make sure they regret giving me a ticket.
Reply9 months
Reply9 months
Ill pass on the ticket prices and wait to see them play here next year
Reply9 months
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