If you've ever attended a North Dakota State Bison game at the Fargodome, you know what type of grand spectacle it is. Fans of other teams are learning just how pricey it might be to join the atmosphere in Fargo.

We all know the given facts. The Bison have won the FCS Championship six out of the last seven seasons. They're a powerhouse in the FCS. They have a 6-0 record against FBS teams. The Carson Wentz legacy started there (even though we all know it started at Century High School).

The Fargodome atmosphere is known as one of the most raucous atmospheres in all of college football. ESPN analysts have actually said that attending an NDSU game at the Fargodome is 'bucket list-worthy.'

For all the aforementioned reasons and so many more, we know that it'll cost more than a pretty penny to experience just a single Bison game in Fargo. It seems that other fans around the country are just now grasping that idea as well.

Yep, there are a LOT of reasons why those ticket prices are much higher for a game at NDSU. The Illinois State fan who tweeted this is just finding out.

Let's put that price seen in the tweet above into context. A ticket for a game against Illinois State at the Fargodome is $51 (with a limit of 4). If you were to go to a ticket reseller, such as VividSeats, and search for a ticket to see the defending national champions in the FBS, the Alabama Crimson Tide, playing in the first game of the season, which will be a showdown against the Louisville Cardinals in Orlando, FL and is sure to attract fans for both sides at the neutral site. That game will be nationally televised during primetime on a Saturday night on September 1st. Ticket prices on VividSeats to that game start at just $47 (with a limit of 14).

If you try to purchase a North Dakota State single-game ticket for their season opener at the Fargodome against the CalPoly Mustangs, the starting price on VividSeats is $87 (with a limit of 3).

The prices to NDSU games at the Fargodome speak volumes about what type of experience you'll take in when you attend any given Bison home game. If you've been there, you already know what type of return you're getting on your investment.

September 1st can't come soon enough. Go Bison!