If you plan on attending tomorrow night’s Michigan State-Duke game in East Lansing, be wary of purchasing your tickets on the secondary market.
According to the Detroit Free Press‘ Chris Solari, Michigan State is warning fans of counterfeit tickets being sold on Craigslist and other resale sites.
The school is recommending that fans ask the person they’re buying from to meet at the Michigan State ticket office to check the validity of the tickets.
MSU-DUKE TICKET WARNING: MSU already hearing about counterfeit tickets being sold on Craigslist and other sites. If you intend to buy through that mean, MSU officials say set a meet-up at the Spartan Ticket Office to get them validated.
— Chris Solari (@chrissolari) December 2, 2019
Michigan State and Duke will meet at 9:30 p.m. ET tomorrow at the Breslin Center. The game is part of the annual ACC-Big Ten Challenge and will be televised on ESPN.
The last time these two teams met was in the Elite Eight last season. The second-seeded Spartans squeaked past top-seeded Duke 68-67 to advance to the Final Four.
Duke fell from the No. 1 overall ranking to No. 10 in the latest AP Poll after last week’s shocking loss to Stephen F. Austin. Michigan State, meanwhile, dropped from third to 11th after losing to Virginia Tech at the Maui Invitational.