By Scott Wright Modified: November 25, 2008 at 12:06 pm •  Published: November 25, 2008
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STILLWATER — Season tickets are still for sale at the Oklahoma State ticket office.

For fans not wanting to go that route in claiming their Bedlam football tickets, there are a couple other options: buy them on the Internet or hope to find a good deal outside the stadium Saturday evening.

Either way, there aren’t a lot of tickets floating around.

The policy eliminating single-game Bedlam ticket sales has limited the inventory and driven up the value of the tickets that are available.

TicketsNow.com, a ticket brokerage Web site, had less than 60 tickets remaining Monday afternoon, according to representative Jennifer Swanson.

"That’s a very low supply,” she said. "We have nearly 400 tickets for the Auburn-Alabama game.

"That low number can be an indicator of a high-demand ticket.”

To get their hands on tickets, the brokerages bought season tickets, hoping for a big enough Bedlam game to make the investment worth it.

"We bought season tickets early,” said Scooter Proctor of Oklahomatickets.com. "It’s a tough thing to do sometimes, because if the teams don’t play well, then the tickets aren’t worth anything. Thank goodness, OSU had a real good season, so we were able to minimize our investment in the OU-OSU ticket.

"You’re paying $292 to be able to have that one ticket.


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