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BCS Championship Tickets

Discussion in 'Tickets and Travel' started by Deezeldogg, Nov 3, 2006.

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  1. Deezeldogg

    Deezeldogg Rookie

    I know that this is a bit premature, but I was looking at prices for BCS tickets, and they are already outrageous! Chepest I found was $925 each at a ticket broker. Do you think prices will come down any as the game approaches? Is it better to just plan a trip to Arizona and try to get tickets from a scalper out there? Just looking for thoughts......
     
  2. Bucks_On_Top

    Bucks_On_Top Newbie

    ???

    I heard the tickets face value will be $400.00 (cheapest) I bought two from a broker for $600.00/piece 2 months ago, and have an option on the tickets if for some reason The Buckeyes fail to go.
     
  3. suza271

    suza271 Freshman

    If I were you, I would check places like ebay, craigslist and stubhub, where you get a mix of brokers and regular people selling. Also, I read in an article somewhere that ticket prices go down the week of the game. Also, I wouldn't plan a trip all the way to Glendale without tickets in hand. You never know if you will be screwed.

    Also, just a thought, there are usually travel agents that come out with packages once OSU is announced officially going to Glendale.

    I, myself don't live in Columbus, so instead of going to the game, I might just go hang out in Columbus with some real Buckeye fans.

    S
     
  4. grnvllbuck

    grnvllbuck Freshman

    Alumni pkg.

    Just curious if anyone has gone on one of the bowl game trips the OSU alumni association puts together, and if so, how was it?
     
  5. GMIbuck

    GMIbuck Long time Reader First Time Poster

    My wife and I got the chance to go on the Alumni tour for the 2002 NC Game. Everything was grade A. We had a land only package since we were living in Denver @ that time.
     
  6. tibor75

    tibor75 Banned

    Just got an email as an alumni lottery winner. Luckily they didn't cross reference my BP posts. :biggrin:
     
  7. Tipdogusaf

    Tipdogusaf Freshman

    you going to go Tibor?
     
  8. tibor75

    tibor75 Banned

    yep I'm going. The second after I got the email as one of the alumni lottery winners I booked my flight to Tucson. Flying out friday night coming back tuesday. :biggrin:
     
  9. fourteenandoh

    fourteenandoh My swing feels like an unfolding lawn chair.

    myself and a bunch of my friends all booked our trip without tickets. i bet you'll be able to get in for around 5 to 800 bucks the day of the game. may have to sit by yourself but who cares if you're in.

    tibs, do all alumni that got regular season tickets get in the alumni lottery or did you have to register? I didn't even know there was one.
     
  10. tibor75

    tibor75 Banned

    No, you had to register. I don't think it mattered if you got regular season tickets or not, but not sure. Certainly - I'm no special alumni. I pay my dues and get 1 game a year and don't give them any extra money.
     
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