While most conference rivals trade visits each year, SEC rivals Arkansas and Texas A&M have settled into an annual matchup in Dallas, Texas at AT&T Stadium. While the trip is about double the distance for Arkansas fans than it is for A&M fans, it's and road trip opportunity for alumnae and students from both schools. Known as the Southwest Classic, tickets are split 50/50 between the two schools. The initial agreement between the two schools allows the game to be played for 10 years, followed by 5 consecutive, 4-year rollover options, which means potential of 30 games at Cowboys Stadium, built by Arkansas Alum and Cowboys owner, Jerry Jones So far, A&M has gotten the better the the Southwest Classic, having won all five the games.
The 2019 edition takes place on September 28th, and fans looking to get tickets to the game have plenty of options, including tickets from both schools directly, as well as on the secondary ticket market. The cheapest tickets are currently available directly from the schools, with tickets on the Arkansas side starting at $85 for seats in section 449. The most expensive tickets available directly from Arkansas are located in section 133 on the 40 yard line, with a face value of $125, and $100 donation, for a total of $225. For Arkansas, it's the most expensive neutral or home game on the 2019 schedule on the secondary market, with the cheapest ticket more than double the price of the next most expensive game-- Auburn's October 19th visit to Fayetteville. Below is a screenshot of sections with tickets available on the Arkansas side of AT&T Stadium directly from the school. The darkest red sections have the most availability.
Prices on the Texas A&M side are the same, however, there are less tickets available on that side of the AT&T stadium, with all of the 100-level tickets sold out, with the exception of two sections. The section with the most availability on the Texas A&M side is the 300-level, and specifically section 304, which has 1st row seats available for $125, with no donation required. 200-level Club seats cost $300, including a $175 donation. For Texas A&M, it's the second most expensive neutral site or home game on the 2019 schedule on the secondary ticket market, behind the Alabama game on October 12th at Kyle Field. Below is a screenshot of sections with tickets available directly from the school on the Texas A&M side of AT&T Stadium, with the darkest maroon sections with the most availability.
While the primary market is the cheapest option, fans looking for tickets between the 40-yard lines will need to look to the secondary ticket market, as all those tickets are sold out directly from the schools. Below is view of all tickets on the secondary market and prices across each zone.
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