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$$$ - Prices way up for UA vs. LSU tickets

If you're looking for a ticket to see the #1 and #2 football teams in the country square-off this weekend in Tuscaloosa, you'd better be prepared to dig deep into your wallet.

Ticket prices to see the LSU Tigers and University of Alabama Crimson Tide at Bryant Denny Stadium on November 5 can run you up to $10,000!

The ticket-selling website StubHub.com currently lists 13 pages of available tickets to see the undefeated teams.

The least expensive ticket is about $320. That'll get you a seat in the upper-level section.

Then, there are the really pricey passes.

For $5,000 you and a friend can witness the game from the lower level end zone. Another set of lower level tickets in the same area are being sold for a whopping $10,423!

Both LSU and the Crimson Tide are undefeated 8-0 teams that have dominated their opponents this season, but only one of the teams will come out on top after the play clock expires.

Each is looking towards a spot in the BCS National Championship game, and a win will go a long way in helping the Tigers or the Tide move closer to that goal. It's a major reason why ticket prices have skyrocketed.

If you can't afford to give up that much cash to see the game in person, you can always catch a front row seat at home. The game will air during primetime in a national broadcast on CBS.

WSFA 12 News will present a special broadcast Saturday evening previewing the big game. We hope you'll join us that afternoon at 5:30pm for all the coverage of "Showdown in T-Town" you need before the game.

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