By Scott Wright Modified: November 25, 2008 at 12:06 pm •  Published: November 25, 2008
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en you try to whittle the cost in that ticket down a little bit.”

Other Web sites, such as StubHub.com or OSU’s ticket exchange site, which enables individuals to sell their tickets, have seen a little more traffic than the brokers. But the prices go up, too.

Broker sites have seen tickets going for $200-$800, while the OSU exchange site has tickets ranging from $280-$1,200.

"This has been the best-selling OSU home game we’ve ever had in the history of StubHub, in terms of dollar volume,” said Joellen Ferrer, corporate communications manager for StubHub.

The site still had about 200 tickets remaining Monday.

Of course, there will be scalpers outside Boone Pickens Stadium on Saturday holding tickets in the air. But waiting and/or searching for a good deal will take patience. For those who aren’t inclined to put themselves in that situation, buying beforehand looks to be the best plan.

"If people are planning on going, they need to get in early,” Proctor said. "There’s very few tickets out there to be had.”


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