What would be better than paying only a smaller amount to see the Spartans take on Duke at the Breslin Center on Tuesday. Well, it isn't that simple, and according to WILX, there is a scam going with tickets for the game. That's right, there are some fake tickets popping up for sale.

If you want to buy tickets, Michigan State University is urging that you use "StubHub," as they are the official resale partner of MSU.

 

With the MSU Athletics Department, Matt Larson, did confirm that once tickers are sold to buyers off of StubHub, the original ticket is then invalid.

If you are purchasing tickets from a third party, you can take them to the Spartan Ticket Office to confirm if they are real or not.

If you would to confirm that the tickets you are buying are indeed valid, you can go to the 1855 building, were staff from the Spartan Ticket Office can either confirm or deny if your ticket is valid.