I'm in Chicago and hope that they send them well-in-advance.
..why, do you ask? Why do you need them so early?
just trying to make an honest buck
So I'd like to know where we're sitting each game so I can decide which games to go to. I have two boys (nine and 15) who play football on different weekend days. No evil intent.
I'm willing to pay you face, and maybe a small premium. Lemme know...
Odds are you will get them late July or early August.
I am also from the chicago area and if there are any games you are unable to attend I would more than likely buy them off you and would only need 24 hours advanced noticed. Please keep me in mind as I would love to make it to several games but don't have season tickets.
I would love to get them but just can't afford the donation part to get high enough on the wait list.
Get your tix on game day around the stadium. The "on-site brokers" could take another bath this year, especially if expectations are low enough. A close game against WMU could turn the rest of the non-con games into buyer's markets.
In twenty years of buying tix on gameday at least a couple of times a year, the only time I got shut out was a ND game. And I think I just gave up too early.
"I would love to get them but just can't afford the donation part to get high enough on the wait list."
LOL...I thought that as well after reading how far down I was, not being alum, and a huge donation of....$10 got me the 'all-in' package. I'm from Hamilton, ON, and probably won't make it to all the games, though definetly ND, PSU, and OSU will be attended. Other games are likely available at face value to a Wolverine fan only...
Is it to late to get in on the all-in package, I wish I would have known $10 would have been all it took to get them.
You don't have to make an annual donation for all season tickets. Seats in the endzones are donation-free (well, if you don't count the price of the tickets).
what about the corners of the endzone? are those donation seats. How do I go about getting the season tickets? Everything I see is for a waitlist or when I have talked to someone they say that it is based on donations.
Well, there might be a waitlist for right now, but getting those seats is not dependent on making donations. (Getting seats along the sidelines is dependent on them.)
And I will probably sell all but the WMU, ND, PSU, and OSU. If anyone is interested, I'm willing to sell the others at face value. Let me know.
I spoke via email with the UM ticket office following up on my season tickets and they noted tickets will be mailed out in August, I'm assuming the "All-In" packages will go out the same time since there really is no difference between season tickets and the “All-In” packages this year as opposed to the “Go-Blue” packages of years past. Granted with the "All-In" package you won't have the renewable privileges though.
This question is solely about seat assignments.
How are they determining where you sit? Are there a pile of unused seats at the top of the bowl? I know you're not going to get anywhere near the middle of the field. I'm just curious how they're determining priority, and where they're stuffing people.
When you ordered they allowed for you to make a comment on seating preference. I have to believe that after last year and with the state of Michigan's economy they are getting an unusal amount of non-renewals. Also, given the age of a lot of the season ticket holders they may be passing away or can't handle the thought of corn rows on Meechigan men.
jg2112 or others interested: I'm buying the All In package this season with hopes of getting season tickets next year, but probably can't make any of the games (maybe OSU). If you're still interested in buying, let me know. (If there is some way to contact me directly instead of posting, please feel free.)