If you are looking to travel to Indianapolis for Saturday's Big Ten Championship game there are plenty of options.
"Tickets went on sale Friday after the game," said Holly Adam, Nebraska Assistant Athletic Director for Ticketing
Adam reports there were 15,000 tickets available through the University of Nebraska's huskers.com website.
"All of the tickets are print at home so they will be sent via email and we will send them at the end of each day, so tonight, tomorrow and then Wednesday afternoon," said Adam.
Keyboards are busy at Executive Travel as well. Packages are available of all kinds including the Big Kahuna for the Big Ten Championship game.
"We've got the full package. It will get you from Omaha to Indianapolis. All transportation and game tickets, game day festivities, hotel, so really not having to worry about anything," said Paul Glenn of Executive Travel in Lincoln.
That package will cost $1195.00.
Ticket and travel is another option.
"We can help with whatever people need," said Glenn.
If you do not want to drive the nine-plus hours to Indianapolis, there is a direct flight option through AAA Nebraska.
"This is a great value because just to go from Omaha to Indianapolis it's running about $505.00 with taxes and fees and you have to make two connections. So for $495.00 which includes taxes and fees, you can to straight to Indianapolis," said Marilyn Muir of AAA Nebraska.
That option would work for someone who has hotel points to burn or a family member or friend in Indianapolis with whom someone could stay.
Under market value tickets are also available at ticketcity.com and stubhub.com. The downfall to that option is that they are not always available in the Husker section of the stadium.