Many fans are heading down to Louisiana for the "Battle of the Bluegrass" but, if you haven't made arrangements yet, you may be paying a small fortune.
Hotels are going for around 400 dollars a night.
Most commercial airline tickets are going for around 1800 dollars.
Except, Vision Airlines out of Louisville added two charter flights for this weekend, one for the University of Kentucky fans and one for the University of Louisville fans.
The flights are going for 649 dollars round trip.
But, if you're planning on sticking around town for the game, planning ahead might be a smart thing to do.
Local restaurants say they're treating Saturday like they would the Super Bowl.
"We expect a lot of carry out orders," says Ed Griffin, Owner of Mancino's in Bowling Green.
"This is kind of like Kentucky's own Super Bowl, we've got two teams in the Final Four, one of them could potentially come home with a national title...we're definitely gearing up, doing some preparation work."
Mister B's in Bowling Green already has around 35 percent of their dinning room reserved for the game.
"Then the pick up and delivery, of course, everyone will be having their Final Four parties like they would a Super Bowl party," says Owner of Mister B's, Shannon Coughlin. "So, we expect it to be pretty busy on both ends."
"It's the next best thing to being at the game," says Coughlin, "I read a report recently where the NCAA announced they had tickets that were selling less than a lot of these events, and it's because the popularity of coming to places like this, where you get to sit in your hometown and it's basically the same environment as far as people yelling, and chanting and having a good time." he says.
Both restaurants expect to see a good amount of blue and red on Saturday.