With the exception of the option for a 3-game plan, tickets are completely sold via Paciolan out for the Auburn visit in week 4. That means the secondary ticket market is the only option for tickets to the big SEC matchup.  The cheapest upper level seat in section 409 is going for $105, with tickets in the 300-level endzone starting at $126. Lower level seats in the 100-level start at $218, with tickets on the visitors 50-yard-sideline going for $338.  200-level Mezzanine seats start at $199 and run to $244. Zone and West Club seats cost run from $523 to $556.

Below is a screenshot of ticket availability on TicketIQ as well as prices by zone. Despite the high prices for the games, it’s only the third-most expensive game of the season for Texas A&M, behind the Southwest Classic at A&T Stadium and Alabama’s visit to College Station in October. Visit TicketIQ for AT&T Seating Chart, where prices for the Southwest Classic against Arkansas start at $116, with sideline, with lower level seats starting at $183, and sideline seats are north of $300.  400-level seats on the 400-level are 20% higher on the A&M side than on the Arkansas Side. 

For fans looking to see the Auburn game, below is a seating chart of Kyle Field with prices across various zones of the stadium

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On the secondary market TicketIQ will offer fans a Low Price Guarantees on all Texas A&M tickets, in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all College Football tickets. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save up to 25%.