Expect to pay – a lot – if you plan to attend VCU vs. UVa. on Dec. 6

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VCU’s Siegel Center will be packed for the men’s basketball game against UVA next weekend. (PHOTO: Evelyn Rupert)

RICHMOND, Va. — Unless you were a student or a season ticket holder, there wasn’t much time to get a ticket for the highly anticipated Dec. 6 men’s basketball game between Virginia Commonwealth University and the University of Virginia at the Siegel Center.

Glenn Hofmann, VCU’s executive associate athletic director, said the small amount of standing room only and general admission tickets that were available went in a flash last month.

“Those were sold out in literally 10 minutes,” he said.

But die-hard fans can still find a seat for the game in most sections of the arena – as long as they’re ready to drop big bucks.

The secondary ticket market is flush with ticket holders willing to unload their seats at the Siegel Center at hefty markups as the game approaches.

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