Looking for a Rose Bowl ticket? If you're not a season ticket-holder or donor at the University of Wisconsin, you're on your own.
The Badgers have sold out their entire, unspecified allotment for the Jan. 1 matchup with TCU through a reserve sale to those groups. Those who have applied will receive an e-mail regarding the status of their request no later than Monday.
A sale for student season-ticket holders got under way Sunday at 9 p.m. and will continue until Monday at 4:30 p.m. or whenever supplies are depleted. There is a limit of two tickets per order.
The face value of Rose Bowl tickets is $145. A large supply of tickets were available on Stubhub.com on Sunday evening, with prices ranging from $244 for seats behind either end zone to $1,850 for premium seats near the 50-yard line.
Wisconsin's Rose Bowl ticket allotment includes tickets in sections 1-5, 8-12 and 24-28. View the Rose Bowl map
The Big Ten Conference was allotted 27,000 tickets last year, of which 25,000 were made available to Ohio State, which did not sell them out.
The Pac-10 was allotted 37,000, of which 32,000 went to Oregon, which did sell out its allotment.
The distribution is uncertain this year.
Despite those inflated figures on Stubhub.com, there's a lot of skepticism about whether this game will prove to be a tough ticket.
The Pac-10 won't be represented and although there is certain to be a rabid TCU fan base, that won't necessarily translate to high demand given that TCU's entire living alumni base can fit inside Camp Randall Stadium, as colleague Rob Hernandez detailed recently.