2.15.2007

I Suppose Supply and Demand Sets The Price . . .

. . . but sheesh.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately, UT will probably whack poor ole TCU. A more fun game would be TCU vs. A&M. I'd really be pullin' for the Frogs in that one!

Anonymous said...

I suppose that's why there are no Baylor tickets for any game going for $75.

saw_em_off_ags said...

No, but you can come watch better football for less the money here in College Station ;)

Anonymous said...

Saw em Off is correct only if you want to see the Aggies play Louisiana Monroe or Montana State (div. II.) at Kyle Field. I seem to remember my Oklahoma, Tex. Tech and Nebraska tickets costing about $87.50 this past season for those paying for a single game ticket. With a season ticket mine were less, but then I also had to pay an additional $827 donation to get the ones I've got, and this year they are raising that to $868 for me to keep my same seats. I think you can get a $200 season ticket if you don't mind sitting in the nose bleed section at the very top of the zone and make a $150 donation.

saw_em_off_ags said...

I get into every sporting event here at A&M for about $600.00 a year. So for students, it's actually pretty cheap. Then again, we pay close to $18,000 a year in tuition and fees, so at least something is cheap..lol

Anonymous said...

I don't think Barry was talking about student tickets which are about half price if I remember correctly and according to our esteemed athletic director, Dollar Bill, justified jacking the regular ticket prices up about 40% three years ago for the rest of us.

Anonymous said...

aggie sports=cheap for sure

Anonymous said...

sawemoff: not better football. did ags play bowl game this year? i was thinking they played Cal. is this right? please let me know .