Texas hasn’t gotten any votes in the major polls, and the Longhorns are coming off a 6-7 season. Yet, according to Forbes, the Longhorns are still one of the best draws in college football.
Two Texas games are included in the top five most-expensive tickets on the secondary market, Forbes reports. The financial magazine took the information from TiqIQ.
Next Saturday’s Texas-Notre game is the most expensive ticket on the secondary market. The average price is $705.23. The cheapest ticket available is $292.
Alabama-Georgia checks in at No. 2, with an average price of $585.21. The USC-Notre Dame clash is third on the list. The average price is $531.55. To nobody’s surprise in Alabama, the Iron Bowl is fourth. You’ll pay an average of $514.34 to see Alabama face Auburn.
And fifth on the list is the Red River Showdown between Texas and Oklahoma. The average price available on the secondary market is $479.56 with a just-get-in-the-door price going for $192.
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