Fork over / out / up is defined on Dictionary.com as:
to hand over; deliver; pay: Fork over the money you owe me!
What's the difference between the usages of over, out, and up? Are different particles used in different situations or are they all can be used in the same situation? For example, is it correct to say:
He forked over $200 for front-row seats.
He forked up $200 for front-row seats, or
He forked out $200 for front-row seats.