So, you'd like to go to the big game this Saturday. Right. But, big problem, you don't have tickets. Bigger problem, the game is sold out!

Hold on bucky. There is a way to score some tickets as the undefeated No. 6 Michigan Wolverines head to East Lansing on Saturday to take on the undefeated No. 8 Michigan State Spartans. If you're serious about getting into the game, and the weather looks good by the way, you are going to have to spend some money.

The good news for you according to Fox17 is that the MSU Spartan Ticket Office has an official partnership with StubHub for tickets.

When looking at StubHub, the cheapest ticket for the game right now is $245, before fees, for the student section. The student section is general admission in sections 11-14. With fees, that price goes to $313, and that's ONE ticket.

In the non-student section, you can get 1-8 tickets in the upper sideline, section 127, row 7, for $354 with fees, and that was as of 9 a.m. yesterday, Monday.

But, hey, that's nothing because you could be a Notre Dame fan. There have been some games where fans had to pay upwards of $900 a ticket!

Brian Kelly's Notre Dame team draws the most expensive prices on the secondary ticket market. According to Sportingnews.com, Notre Dame is the only school with its own national TV deal (thank you, NBC Sports), and Notre Dame has a huge national following. The high ticket prices are an indication that Fighting Irish fans — no matter what the team's record — are still willing to pay through the nose.

The Michigan/Michigan State game starts at 12 Noon this Saturday, October 30.

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