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UK vs. Florida one of the hottest tickets in college football


The Kentucky vs. Florida game sold out before the season even began, and according to one ticket broker, it’s the second most expensive ticket on the secondary market in college football this week.

According to this graphic by TicketIQ, it’ll cost you $130 just to get into the Florida game, which ranks behind only Iowa at Iowa State this week in their inventory:

On Stubhub, tickets currently range from $120 (student section) to $2,599 (club sideline). Yeesh! That’s a lot of cheddar.

…But totally worth it to see the Cats beat the Gators at home for the first time since 1986, right?

Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

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6 responses to “UK vs. Florida one of the hottest tickets in college football”

  1. m4ff3w

    Totally excited.

    Flying up to Texas for my first trip to Commonwealth St.. I mean, Kroger Field.

    1. csnailnrun

      It’ll always be Commonwealth until we get something cooler than KF. embarrassing to have our stadium named after a grocery store.

    2. Cokely53

      Still way better than KFC Yum! and some of the other crappier ones out there. Just google bad stadium names you’ll be happy it’s Kroger. Though I still call it Commonwealth to everyone in person.

  2. Bluefelinefan

    You can call Kroger Field whatever you want if you choose to speak incorrectly. I like the name. Kroger is the 3rd largest retailer in the world behind only Walmart and Costco. Everyone in the country who eats is familiar with the Kroger brand. Name recognition is always good for marketing. May as well embrace the name. It’s not going to change.

    1. runningunnin.454

      Can I call it Stoll Field/McLean Stadium?

    2. KYCat4EVER

      SPOT ON Bluefelinefan….

      Many don’t even realize a YK Alum took over the reins of Kroger and has done an outstanding job keeping KROGER as the GOLD STANDARD of grocery retail… while exhibiting to everyone what a UK Grad can contribute to an organization….

      GO BIG BLUE!