FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – When Arkansas takes the field on Saturday to take on No. 23 TCU, it will be in front of a sold out crowd at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. The game between the two former Southwest Conference rivals is set for Saturday, September 9 at 2:30 p.m. and is officially sold out on the primary market. CBS Sports will televise the game nationally.
Arkansas has sold out of four home games in Fayetteville in each of the past two seasons, including games last season against Alabama, Florida, LSU and Texas State. In 2015, Arkansas sold out on-campus home games against Texas Tech, Auburn, Mississippi State and Missouri.
Fans still looking for tickets for TCU game may access the Razorback Ticket Exchange. The Razorback Ticket Exchange powered by Lyte offers a reservation system for single game ticket buyers with pricing based on real-time data gathered from across the Web. Arkansas is committed to offering a price that is noticeably below unsanctioned resale websites, and the Lyte platform ensures that is the case. Visit the Razorback Ticket Exchange by clicking here.
Season ticket holders that may have an extra ticket an SEC game can sell back their tickets through the Razorback Ticket Exchange. After verifying you ticket account, you will receive a cash offer for your tickets. To take advantage of the buy-back program, simply gather your season ticket account information and click here.
For more information on single-game tickets for remaining home games click here or call 1-800-982-HOGS (4647).