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Where to Find The Cheapest Kentucky vs. Auburn Basketball Tickets on 2/29
How Much Are Kentucky vs. Auburn basketball tickets on 2/29/20
Tickets to Saturday’s Auburn at Kentucky SEC men’s basketball game are sold out on the primary market, according to Ticketmaster. The game is the second-to-last home game of the regular season for the Wildcats, who are ranked No. 8 in the latest AP men’s basketball poll.Read More →
Where to Find Cheapest College Basketball Tickets In 2019-20 For Top 25 Teams
How Much Are 2019-20 College Basketball Tickets
College basketball tickets on the secondary market won’t cost more anywhere than Duke, which has a $670 average asking price this season – more than $400 than the next priciest, $235 at Kentucky. Duke, Kentucky and Kansas repeat as the top three most expensive markets. All three teams are ranked among the Top 5 in the latest college Basketball polls, with Kentucky No. 1, Duke No. 2 and Kansas No. 5. It's not quite an apples to apples comparison, though, as there's about 25% the amount of tickets available for games at Cameron Indoor Arena, as there are for other teams in the top 25. It's important to keep in mind that prices at Cameron Indoor Arena are impacted greatly by the extremely limited quantity of tickets available on the secondary market. Duke has about a 75% less tickets available for their home games, than the average quantity of other TicketIQ top 25 teams.Read More →