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The 10 Most Expensive College Bowl Games
As the college football season wraps up, fans are gearing up for the bowl season. If you’re looking to make a trip to cheer on your favorite team, it’s going to cost you.

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The experts at ticket search engine SeatGeek have broken down the costs of the most expensive bowl games this season.

BAMA

2012 BCS National Championship Game (LSU vs Alabama) $1,927.94 per ticket

A rematch of the SEC’s finest will cost you nearly $2,000, but die-hard fans argue it’s worth the price tag to see the defenses of these two powerhouses duke it out for the second time this season.

Wisconsin

2012 Rose Bowl (Oregon vs Wisconsin) $349.70

The Pac-12 battle draws fans from both sides of the country to view the famous Rose Bowl Parade as well as one of the most storied games in college-football history.

Arkansas

2012 Cotton Bowl Classic (Kansas State vs Arkansas) $282.8

The 76th Cotton Bowl will put the No. 7 Arkansas Razorbacks and the No. 11 Kansas State Wildcats.

stanford

2012 Fiesta Bowl (Oklahoma State vs Stanford) $254.43

Quarterback Andrew Luck and the Stanford Cardinal square off in Arizona against Oklahoma State’s wide receiver, Justin Blackmon.

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2012 Fiesta Bowl (Oklahoma State vs Stanford) $254.43

Quarterback Andrew Luck and the Stanford Cardinal square off in Arizona against Oklahoma State’s wide receiver, Justin Blackmon.

Baylor

Alamo Bowl (Baylor vs Washington) $151.43

Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III looks to close out his magical season against the Huskies.

huskers

Capital One Bowl (Nebraska vs South Carolina) $136.99

The No.9 Gamecocks take on the No. 20 Cornhuskers in Orlando.

clemson

2012 Orange Bowl (Clemson vs West Virginia) $128.67

The ACC Champions take on the West Virginia Mountaineers in Miami.

Georgia

Outback Bowl (Michigan State vs Georgia) 128.51

The Big Ten runner up and the Georgia Bulldogs square off in Tampa on Jan. 2.

The 10 Most Expensive College Bowl Games

As the college football season wraps up, fans are gearing up for the bowl season. If you’re looking to make a trip to cheer on your favorite team, it’s going to cost you.

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