this week in unintentionally grim-sounding recruiting headlines
hey guys - i just got into michigan law off of the waitlist and will be attending. the first thing i did after getting in was to contact the ticket office about student tickets. apparently they are 'sold out' and there is a waitlist for those interested. do any current or former students have any experience with the student ticket waitlist? do i have a realistic chance at getting tickets off of this waitlist or am i better off searching out tickets through other avenues at this point? i'm even more anxious about this waitlist than i was about the law school waitilist so any insight/advice would be much appreciated!
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Okay, so the Athletic Department has called us out and asked us to put our loyalty in our wallet. I'm really frustrated by the pricing changes-- esp. when adding in the costs of a road trip, dining in A2, and the assorted purchases at Moes, MDen, that dude on the corner, etc. But I suppose I understand why it's being done.
Not that I like it one bit. Go Blue.
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So I feel like a lot of people here just entered the Final Four ticket market. I felt like it might be useful to have a place to discuss the most affordable and available places to buy them.
Not sure if this is thread worthy but I need help finding a solution for 8 tickets together for the Nebraska game next year. We made friends with some Nebraska fans in the Big House back in 2011 and then traveled to Lincoln this year to tailgate with them and experience Big Red Nation. It was a great time and they are great people!
I feel the need to return the favor and he is telling me that he wants to bring six friends with he and his wife. How do I go about finding 8 tickets together? Price really isn't a huge factor. Thanks in advance!
Ok, I know that ticket inquiries go on the spreadsheet. But I don't know how to add a new line to the spreadsheet looking to buy tickets . . . can a mod help me? I'd like to find 3 tickets to the Michigan - Northwestern game (Thurs. Jan 3, 6pm, Evanston.) Northwestern's athletic website doesn't have any available. Should I contact Michigan's ticket office? Someone else? A year ago, there was a great deal (posted here) by which I bought tickets to the Michigan - Northwestern football game. I haven't seen anything similar for the Michigan - Northwestern Basketball game. I'd like to take a friend and fellow alum as a 50th birthday gift, and also bring my 11 year old son.
So today I noticed on the Groupon site for Honolulu that they are offering tickets to the Hawaii Bowl (Dec 24th, Fresno State vs Southern Methodist) for $9. These are for the north end zone.
I know bowls are desperate to sell tickets to games so is this going to be a trend we will see at other bowls this year? And will this be something that continues into the future? Just curious of thoughts of the board. If you are going to be in Hawaii for the holidays, are you going to pick up this deal?
Link to the deal: LINK