Only UH tickets are available in upper deck behind the basket for $300 as a mini-plan with UT, Baylor and Tech as well. It’ll be interesting to see how much single tickets end up costing on secondary sites.
In separate DFW commuting news, the Baylor game will cost a good bit since it’s February 24 in its new, smaller arena. 11 a.m. Saturday on CBS. Can’t buy UH tickets by the game or in a mini-plan at this point.
UH @ TCU tickets start at $80 a ticket on SeatGeek, the Baylor game seats are currently starting at $175.
If anybody is interested in spending the night in Waco for the Baylor game we stayed at the SpringHill Suites by Marriott for the football game it is across the street from the new basketball arena and is quite nice and had a good breakfast. My only recommendation is if you get a suite get a city view or you will get highway noise, and between the hotel and the arena is a 7-Eleven.
On a side note we are constantly complaining about enlarging the Fertitta Center meanwhile Baylor is downsizing from 10k to 7k and literally building their own Fertitta Center.
Which is where we’ll be eating!*
*=Coogs of a certain age will know the reference.
But seriously…Springhill Suites are usually a good moderately priced option. Marriot knows how to run a business.
I’m a Marriott guy. There’s a couple of Marriott just south of Waco, about 3-4 miles from campus that are nice. There’s a mall and some restaurants there, so it’s a quick drive to campus
I see that TCU offers free parking in several of their lots. Interesting.
That’s some serious targeted marketing right there