I'VE HAD JUST ABOUT ENOUGH OF YOU SONNY
I had heard that it is possible to get partial-season Michigan Hockey tickets and was wondering wondering when/if they go on sale. Thanks to anyone who can help.
So, I have always saved my tickets. I have four years worth of basketball and football season tickets, sprinkled in with some baseball tickets, my tickets from the NCAA hoops tournament last year, and other random ticket like things (free trading cards from Volleyball games, for example).
Thanks to my love of higher education, Michigan, and another degree, I'll be here for an additional two years.
I want to do something with these tickets. I probably have a bit over a hundred. Should I do something with them now? If so, what? A collage of some kind? Anyone have/do anything similar?
Or should I bite the bullet and put it off two more years, when I'll have almost 200 tickets?
Also, I have a ton of Tigers, Pistons, Wings, Lions, etc tickets as well. Should I include those or keep this a ]V[ only project?
This is the first time I'm posting here, so if I should be asking this somewhere else please point me in the right direction!
I'm from Maryland but I'm a big Michigan football fan. My 30th birthday is the day after this year's OSU game (stupid leap year) and I am planning on celebrating by going to my first UM game. I wanted to get some decent tickets and I was hoping to get some advice on when and where to get them. Should I order them now from a site like Stubhub, or wait until I get in town the weekend of the game?
Any advice on fun stuff to do in Ann Arbor for the weekend is welcome too! Thanks.
Michigan announced they are lowering ticket prices for the 2009 Football Season.
Thank you Bill Martin.
I just received my season ticket package today. I take a look at the Michigan Football Stadium Guide. It is a stylistic sibling of the yvgeni / minor / nothing illuminated work.
yvgeni or Jason Minor, did either of you have anything to do with the cover of the Stadium Guide?