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Red River tickets started at $200. What are the starting prices for Big 12 title game?

AT&T Stadium has hosted many mega events. Next on the schedule is the 2018 NFL Draft.
AT&T Stadium has hosted many mega events. Next on the schedule is the 2018 NFL Draft. Special to the Star-Telegram

The rematch is happening.

No. 14 Texas and No. 6 Oklahoma will meet in the Big 12 Championship Game next Saturday at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.

The last time these two teams met, The Longhorns prevailed, 48-45, over the Sooners in the Red River Rivalry this past October.

This will be the appearance in the contest for head coach Tom Herman. And his Longhorns face a few questions, including the health of quarterback Sam Ehlinger’s shoulder.

Despite coming off a big win over No. 13 West Virginia, head Coach Lincoln Riley and the Sooners aren’t a perfect squad, either.

The last time these two went head to head at the Cotton Bowl, ticket prices cost a minimum of $100.

Now, they’re going for at least that much.

In the upper leves, ticket prices range from $102 to $300, according to StubHub.com. In the lower levels, ticket prices range from $199 to $1000.

This story will be updated to reflect the changes in the secondary ticket market.

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