Want to go to CSU basketball's last home game this season? A few hundred bucks should do it.

Don't worry, there's still one final chance to see the Colorado State men's basketball team in action!

Just make sure your credit card balance has some flexibility in it, because it won't be cheap.

The Rams are likely NCAA Tournament bound but have only one home game left, this Saturday at 6:30 p.m. against Boise State.

Seats are available.

It will just cost you a bit of cash. Like, a couple hundred bucks.

CSU announced the 8,083-capacity Moby Arena was sold out two weeks in advance of the game, so single-game tickets through the school are long gone.

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There's always the secondary re-sale market. How's that looking?

The cheapest tickets available on StubHub on Wednesday morning were $100 a pop. At one point the highest price was $5,000.

Yes, you read that right. Two listings are for $5,000 tickets. And no, they're not even close to courtside. Someone is ambitious.

For reference, a "bounce pass" season ticket to get you into all 2021-22 home games could have been purchased before the season for $199.

Colorado State students before the game against the San Diego State Aztecs at Moby Arena on Feb. 4.
Colorado State students before the game against the San Diego State Aztecs at Moby Arena on Feb. 4.

The least pain your credit card balance will feel on Seat Geek is $119 per seat. And if you really feel like really spending, it's up to $420 for a prime spot.

It's one of the hottest tickets (if not the hottest) in the Mountain West.

For context, Wyoming played a crucial game Monday at home against San Diego State. The Cowboys had a chance to stay in the race for the Mountain West title and pick up a huge NCAA Tournament resume win.

The attendance for that game? 5,438 or less than 50% of Arena Auditorium's capacity.

For CSU, Saturday will be the fifth sellout in a row. It's the first time that's ever happened in Moby Arena in the Mountain West era — the league began in 1999.

Average attendance for the season will be 6,174, the highest total for the program since the 1995-96 season.

In an odd scheduling quirk, this will be the first home game on a Saturday for CSU since December, the only league home game on a Saturday for the Rams and one of just three Saturday home games all season.

And yet CSU will finish finish the season with an average of 76% capacity for all home games. How does that compare? Only San Diego State (91%) and Utah State (77%) surpass it. It's well ahead of Wyoming (45%) and Boise State (63%).

And you can be part of it Saturday. For a price.

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