The Bedlam football ticket is one of the priciest in college football. Some of that can be attributed to Oklahoma State athletic director Mike Holder's season-ticket plan, and some can be attributed to the importance of the game.
Here's a look at the market for tickets to Saturday's game:
OSU TICKET EXCHANGE
Low end: $232 (Southwest corner, upper level)
High end: $1,500 (50-yard line, upper level)
Noteworthy: Oklahoma State offers a ticket exchange program for its season-ticket holders who can't make the game. Most of the tickets come in groups of two and are all over the stadium.
Low end: $150 (Student general admission, which requires a $125 upgrade without a student ID.)
High end: $5,000 (50-yard line, upper level)
Noteworthy: Stubhub has plenty of tickets available, but you'd better pull out your pocketbook â€” and you'd better be alone. Single tickets in the student section are fairly easy to come by if you're willing to pay the upgrade, but if you've got a group, expect to pay a pretty penny.
Low end: $240 (Northeast cornet, upper level)
High end: $325 (West end zone, upper level)
Noteworthy: Totally Tickets has groups of tickets in every corner of the stadium. From four tickets in the northeast corner to three tickets in the southeast corner, they've got it covered. There's even a bank of 15 seats in the east end zone.