COLLEGE STATION, Texas If you were hoping to see the maroon and white suit up for the first time this season, you're in luck.
Tickets are still available for Saturday's match up with Rice.
News 3 discovered which other non-conference games still have tickets available for as little as $60.
Football fever is growing in Aggieland with the Aggies facing old Southwest Conference Rival Rice this Saturday.
While all SEC home matchups are sold out., there's a misconception that applies to all games this fall.
"We still have tickets available for non-conference contests including Rice this weekend," said Jason Cook, the Texas A&M Senior Associate Athletics Director for External Affairs.
Cook says you can still buy tickets through the university for Rice, SMU, Sam Houston State and UTEP.
"For Rice we have 1,100 tickets left and then for Sam Houston we have 1,800 tickets left. So it's a great opportunity for folks in the local community to go and buy tickets for a game at Kyle Field and experience the kickoff to what should be a great season to Aggie Football," said Cook.
We found tickets for the Rice Game at the top of the north upper deck for $60.
Lishon Hudson is a Texas A&M Student and is pulling tickets for Rice.
Her folks plan to come this season too.
"Any games that have tickets available, I'm going to get them... The whole family wants to come," said Hudson.
With what seems like all eyes on Aggieland from the Heisman Hype of Johnny Football, there's still time for you to tackle some tickets.
Of the four non-conference games SMU tickets have the least left with 800 tickets remaining.
About 1,800 tickets are still available for the game against UT El Paso on November 2nd.
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