The Indiana Hoosiers, one of the most storied college basketball programs of all-time, are trying to make their case in order to return back to the NCAA Tournament after failing to quality last season. While Indiana was the top ranked school in the nation just two seasons ago, the Hoosiers have struggled over the past two years. Indiana had just spent two weeks in the Top 25, but fell out following losses to Ohio State and Purdue.
According to TicketIQ, the most expensive remaining game on the Hoosiers home schedule at Assembly Hall is a February 19 meeting with their biggest rival, the Purdue Boilermakers. Indiana vs Purdue basketball tickets for this game have a current average price of $206.55 on the secondary market, a 28.6% premium compared to the Hoosiers’ home average of future games of $160.54. The least expensive ticket to get into the game is $107.
All of the remaining home games on the Hoosiers schedule have tickets at an asking average price of over $100, but the least expensive ticket is a March 3 meeting with Iowa Hawkeyes. Indiana vs Iowa tickets for this game have a current secondary average price of $108.04, 32.7% below the home average. The get-in price is $39.