If you’re looking to snag a ticket to this year’s game, there are still plenty floating around (tickets start at $90 on Ticketmaster and at $120 on StubHub). For those who spent all their cash on Cyber Monday shopping, we found a few low cost viewing options to choose from.
Unlike other high-profile sporting events, the game can be watched for free from the comfort of your home if you have basic cable (kickoff is set for 11:30 p.m. Central on FOX/KDFW/Ch. 4). If you prefer a more lively setting, you can take in the game with other Horned Frog and Sooner fans at one of the many watch parties happening around Dallas-Fort Worth.
Local businesses showing the game include:
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Fishbone Grill & Sports Bar: Located across the street from AT&T Stadium. Pre-game tailgate with open bar, breakfast tacos and live music. $40-$50. 816 N. Collins St., Arlington, 682-708-3822, www.eventbrite.com/e/big-12-championship-tcu-tailgate-tickets-4008328518.
Fred’s Texas Cafe: Specials include $3 domestic schooners and $4 Shiner Bock schooners, plus $12 Fred’s cheeseburger with fries and domestic schooner. 3509 Bluebonnet Circle, Fort Worth, 817-916-4650, http://fredstexascafe.com.
Tailgate Tavern: Located directly across from Gate A at AT&T Stadium. Doors open at 8 a.m. All you can eat pre-game and post-game food, plus cash bar. $25. 1015 Cedarland Blvd., Arlington, 817-861-1989, www.tailgatetavern.net.