The NFL lockout could potentially cost the Kansas City Chiefs up to 10 games at Arrowhead Stadium but even if the entire season is wiped out due to the inability of the owners and players to figure out a solution to a problem they've known about for over two years, at least one game will be played at Arrowhead.
The Chiefs this week sent out a reminder to season ticket holders, including our AP user Chief_Willie_Wildcat, that Mizzou and KU will once again be playing at Arrowhead.
"On November 26, 2011 the University of Missouri and the University of Kansas invade Arrowhead Stadium for the Border Showdown. Kick-off is scheduled for 11 a.m. (CST)," the email reads.
"As a Chiefs season ticket holder, you receive the opportunity to purchase tickets prior to the general public. Your presale offer begins on Wednesday, June 22 at 1 p.m. (CST) and ends on Friday, July 8 at 11:59 p.m. (CST)."
Prices range from $35 in the upper deck to $120 in the club level while the cost of parking -- $28 -- is only seven bucks cheaper than the price to get into the stadium.
And if you really need your Arrowhead fix in the event of a lockout that costs us games, there's always Taylor Swift on Sept. 24.