Ticket prices for the Michigan vs Michigan State game this Saturday are all over the place and not getting any cheaper the closer we get to the game.

According to WZZM, tickets for MSU and U of M were only $60 until the Spartans spanked Penn State last Saturday.

Earlier this week, tickets went up to $80 and that is only if you have a valid student ID. Tickets for the public are around $130.

Tickets are now $226 a piece for the upper deck and still climbing.

Tickets normally cost students at MSU $182 for the season home games. Tickets for the public start around $80 and go all the way up to $343.

Currently there are no tickets available at the Spartan Ticket Office. So if you plan on getting any tickets for this Saturday's game it looks like the secondary market is where you will be shopping.

If you are looking to unload your tickets, selling sooner than later is recommended because who knows what the weather will bring and that could affect the price of the ticket, especially if it rains.

The game Saturday starts at noon with U of M leading the series over the Spartans 69-36-5.