University of Missouri

Missouri’s allotment of Cotton Bowl tickets sells out in minutes

Updated: 2013-12-09T21:24:30Z

The Kansas City Star

Missouri’s athletic department announced Monday that the school’s allotment of 13,500 Cotton Bowl tickets sold out in less than 10 minutes after they went on sale to the general public.

According to MU, fewer than 1,000 tickets went on sale to the public at noon Monday. The rest went to Tiger Scholarship Fund donors and season-ticket holders who placed presale orders.

MU’s original allotment was 12,500 tickets, but the school got an extra 1,000 from Cotton Bowl officials late Sunday night.

The game is officially sold out, but tickets are available on the secondary market, including Vivid Seats, which is MU’s official secondary ticket provider.

Oklahoma State is the Tigers’ opponent in the Cotton Bowl, which kicks off at 7 p.m. Jan. 3 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

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