No. 2 Ohio State will be seeking its third consecutive Big Ten title on Saturday, December 7, when it plays No. 10 Wisconsin in the Big Ten Championship at Lucas Oil Stadium. Kickoff is set for 8 p.m., ET. Wisconsin is playing in the championship for the third time since 2014 when it lost to OSU, 59-0. The Badgers last won the championship in 2012. Primary market tickets are sold out, so fans wanting a seat at Lucas Oil Stadium will have to visit the secondary market.

On the secondary market, TicketIQ offers fans a Low Price Guarantee on all sold-out Big Ten Championship game tickets as well as sold out College Football playoff and National Championship game tickets. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid Seats, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit.

Below is a screenshot of secondary market availability and get-in price by zone:

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The average asking price on the secondary market is $233, making it the second priciest among the Power 5 Conferences. The highest average is $689 for the SEC Championship between No. 1 LSU and No. 4 Georgia. The cheapest ticket to the Big Ten Championship is $74.

Among the seats still remaining on the secondary market are Club Seats on the 100 and 200 Levels. Club Seats at Lucas Oil Stadium are located between the 25-yard lines, and the seats are bigger and more padded than regular seats. Club Tickets include lounge access. On the 200 Level, Club Seats start at $341 in Club I239 above the 40-yard line, and on the 100 Level, Club Seats start at $334 in Club I139 at the 40-yard line. There are Club Seats at the 50-yard line on both sides of the field still available. In Club I140 on the home side, Row 5, tickets start at $506, and in Club I113 on the visitor’s side, Row 3, tickets start at $989.

Elsewhere around the stadium, the cheapest end zone seat is $114 and is located in Field End Zone 429 high above the action. These tickets come with the TicketIQ Low Price Guarantee. The priciest seat remaining with the Guarantee is in Field Sideline 117, Row 13 between the 10-yard line and the end zone for $415. There are also seats remaining in all 600 Sections, and the cheapest is $74 in Terrace End Zone 626, Row 28 in the center of the end zone. The priciest Terrace seat is listed at $1,099 in the same section, for Row 17.