You’ll never guess the price tag for the most expensive ticket to Texas-Texas A&M is. Whatever number you think it is, think higher.

COLLEGE STATION, Texas — It’s been over a decade since the college football landscape has got to see one of its premiere rivalries: Texas vs. Texas A&M. 

Thirteen years ago, the Longhorns won a 27-25 thriller where now Baltimore Ravens legend Justin Tucker drilled a 40-yard field goal as time expired. Texas A&M, who were leaving the Big 12 for the SEC the next season, and Texas never scheduled each other in their non-conference slates. 

Now, ahead of the 2024 season, Texas has done the same thing alongside the Oklahoma Sooners, leaving the Big 12 in the rearview mirror for the SEC. With the conference realignment returns the centuries-old bitter rivalry – and some large price tags for tickets to see it in person. 

Eye-popping ticket prices were shared and went viral on X. A screenshot of a lower bowl pair of tickets on Ticketmaster was selling for a whopping $104,476! The total with taxes and fees for those two tickets: $249,175.26.

Don’t worry, though.

Those prices are an anomaly, but the average prices to see this resurgence of Texas-Texas A&M at Kyle Field on Nov. 30 is nothing to scoff at. It’ll cost you a pretty penny. Here is a look at what tickets are going for on the secondary ticket market:

Texas vs. Texas A&M ticket prices

  • Ticketmaster
    • Cheapest ticket: $603, Section 411
    • Most expensive ticket: $104,476, Section 126 (Row 13)
  • SeatGeek
    • Cheapest ticket: $569, Section 413
    • Most expensive ticket: $7,118, Field Box 7
  • Vivid Seats
    • Cheapest ticket: $498, Section 421
    • Most expensive ticket: $79,551, Section 126 (Row 13)
  • StubHub
    • Cheapest ticket: $533, Section 413
    • Most expensive ticket: $80,718, Section 126 (Row 13)

The top levels (401-421 and 341-350) generally average between $600 and $800 for every ticket-buying platform. Tickets in the lower level (115-133) approach the $1,000 to $1,300 range. Field Box tickets range from around $2,700 to nearly $5,000.

What can you say? Supply and demand, y’all.

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