WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) If you plan on traveling to see KU or Kansas State play in the NCAA Tournament, it's going to cost you.
Kansas faces Northeastern in Salt Lake City while K-State takes on UC Irvine in San Jose.
The airfares at both of these locations are pretty comparable.
According to Expedia, if you're flying out of Eisenhower Airport to either Salt Lake or San Jose, round trip will be more than $550 for one seat.
For Ticketmaster, the official NCAA ticket trade site, single seats in Utah's Vivint Vivint Smart Home Arena start a little higher than $50.
All sessions start at $200 but its a little cheaper at the Sap Center.
If you're looking for hotels for the big event, Expedia shows prices starting at a little less than $100 a night and going well past $400.
San Jose starts around $129 a night and also gets much more expensive. For some people, it's worth the price.
"You get to see multiple games, you get to travel and stay in the city multiple days, you get search the city, see what's there. it's a good time," says Matt Peterson.
For others, watching the game on television at home will do just fine.
"Maybe a big championship game with Shockers or KU, which are my teams, might be worth the investment. But just for a game in the tournament? Probably not," says Christy and Nichole Schniepp.