The the increase in number of home games have anything to do with the large jump?
2011 Student Football Season Ticket Prices
We've had 8 home games in some of the seasons that I've posted prices for (2009 for example).
All students at Florida are not guaranteed season tickets. In fact, I think they sell them in blocks of games, not all of the games.
UF uses a lottery system that students have to enter to be eligible for tickets and no preference is giving towards seniors compared to lowly freshman. Plus they individually sell the Georgia game since it is always played in Jacksonville.
It just works out to being like this: University of Michigan > University of Florida
I think Wisconsin does the same thing too. Which obviously means more seats for people who pay full price. So I guess the university will get its money one way or another.
I'm fine with the price when looking at the schedule. Night game nebraska osu. Not to mention the student section is the best section to sit in
Correction: The student section is the best section to stand in.
In 2006 my Freshman year tix were $25 a pop. Came to like 200 dollars including the t-shirt...and we won every home game that year. Good times :)
Sadly im graduating. Too bad, this fall will have one of the best slates of games in years. I wish I could be there for Hoke's official welcome to the Big House. And ND at NIGHT!
Sounds like the perfect reason to come back!
Then season football tickets would cost around $40,250 :(.
with young people that are studying abroad to buy thier season tickets from them :D
and on that note...i dont care at all that prices are going up...still the best deal around
(actually thats the $99 BBALL tickets but it just pisses me off when the state game is over sb so you dont get that ticket)
When do they go on sale and what's the deadline?
2011-12 STUDENT TICKET ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS
FOOTBALL SEASON TICKET
Student football season tickets are on sale beginning Tuesday, March 8, at 9 a.m. until Friday, March 25, at 5 p.m. Don't miss Brady Hoke's inaugural season as the head coach of the Wolverines.
A student football season ticket is $250 (includes 8 home games plus a $10 service charge). To order, visit www.MGoBlue.com/tickets (Student Tickets) and follow the on-screen instructions. Our online order site is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for your convenience. Payment may be made by Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express or electronic check. Group seating instructions and complete student ticket policies are available at www.MGoBlue.com/ticketoffice and during the order process.
For an additional $10, you may also order the ninth annual Official Student Season T-shirt. This discounted price is available only when ordering your season football ticket. Pickup information will be available at www.MGoBlue.com in late August.
To purchase a wheelchair accessible football season ticket, please email us at [email protected] or call (734) 764-0247 or (866) 296-MTIX (6849).
You may also purchase a 2011-12 men's basketball season ticket for $99 when ordering a football season ticket - saving $26 off the regular price of $125 in September. Get your tickets now to see coach John Beilein and his young and talented players return to action with all players intact from this year's exciting team. The same general admission seating policy as last season will apply. Student basketball ticket policies are available at www.mgoblue.com/ticketoffice under Students.
To receive this discount, you must pay for a basketball season ticket by Friday, March 25, 2011.
If you want to order only a basketball season ticket or wheelchair accessible seating, please e-mail the ticket office at [email protected] or call (734) 764-0247.
HOCKEY SEASON TICKET
For students interested in buying hockey season tickets, you may order a 2011-12 hockey season ticket for $215 when ordering a football season ticket. Get your tickets now to see the recently crowned CCHA regular season champions led by legendary coach Red Berenson return to action for the 2011-12 campaign.
The deadline is Friday, March 25, 2011. You will receive an email in September about establishing group seating. Student hockey ticket policies are available at www.mgoblue.com/ticketoffice under Students.
If tickets are still available, students will be able to order a hockey season ticket in September for $215. However, to be assured of a ticket, you should order now.
If you want to order only a hockey season ticket or wheelchair accessible seating, please e-mail the Ticket Office at [email protected] or call (734) 764-0247 or (866) 296-MTIX (6849).
For questions contact us at [email protected] or call (734) 764-0247 or (866) 296-MTIX (6849).
That's about triple what I paid when I was a student a decade ago. They've got to be careful not to price students out. Student tickets should be cheap. You want to bring in as many students as you can, to get as many people hooked on the Michigan football experience as possible. (And then you can shake 'em down when they're graduates and have jobs.)
I wonder if they've been planning this for a while or if it has anything to do with the proposed state budget cuts? I can't really believe that it is, but I can't see the justification for raising prices on students so much other than we'll still pay it.
I think the athletic dept funds itself. I don't think the ath dept receives any state money.
It is probably more a factor of needing more money and believing we will pay for it.
Not only is the AD entirely self-sufficient, it actually helps to subsidize the school. All student-athletes on scholarship are charged out-of-state tuition, even if they're Michigan residents.
Football seems a little high to me, but $215 for hockey!? That seems ridiculous to me. I may not have went to a big school (Ferris State '09) but we're in the same conference and I don't remember tickets being over 85 bucks.
I mean, yes it's a lot, but hockey season means ~22 home games which comes out to a reasonable $12 a ticket, almost all of which can be resold for face value. Regular tickets cost about $24 I believe?
God I wish I could bitch about buying season tickets. I put aside a grand every year to scalp and buy some off students. Its rough but I somehow managed to get into the greatest stadium in the land to watch my Michigan Wolverines.
Football and hockey tickets are about the only significant indulgence I get in college because I get no help from home and our wonderful financial aid office like to give me a number several thousand smaller than their estimated cost, also including a work-study I can't use because I can't afford to stay on campus or anywhere as near the city, negating any ability for me to hold a job without starving and running on 4 hours of sleep.
Tack on gas prices making that whole commuting thing not cheaper anymore, and I'm pretty furious that they're raising RR's buyout off the students. Nobody bleeds our students like we do. I've dealt with it for the last three years, but now there's a real chance it's going to screw me out of tickets for my senior year.
What's the fewest Priority Points someone has had and been offered season tix?
I was offered renewable season tickets last year with 3 points.
I was offered renewable season tickets last year with 3 points.
Hopefully with 6 points I'll be offered as well!
When I was in school (97-01), student tickets were $85. How things have changed...
What do you all think will be cost of general public season tickets? Last year if I remember correctly they were $375 a seat.
from the Alumni Association. The ND/SDSU package was sold out by 9am. I got my number 2 pick OSU/EMU.
Remember when student tickets were only $250? Those were the days...