A little help here?
"It's a lot easier being a drug dealer than an AAU coach" - this guy. Tell me something I don't know. I mean, don't think but have never tried either.
Is a good option: seatgeek.com/umass-minutemen-at-michigan-wolverines-football-tickets/ncaa-football/2012-09-15-3-30-pm/791340/?aid=778
I also have tickets for sale if you want to contact me here: http://www.sportspowerweekends.com/contact-us
Finally, you can check out the ticket spreadsheet via the MGoBoard header.
I've never seen seatgeek before. That is a very nice way to sort through ticket prices. Thanks for the recommendation!
second that - nice site and hadn't seen it before
Just go to mgoblue.com and buy tickets from the athletic department website. You're sure to get them for face value. You can also go on stubhub and buy them for like $40 a ticket in the end zones.
Probably be able to get a good deal and the are insured by Stub Hub.
Face value.........good seats on the 40 yard line........can't make it back for the game that week.......are you a Michigan fan or are you coming from out East?
Post a reply if you're interested.....
Take this deal!
If you still have them email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
regarding UMass tickets.....
There are many folks getting less than face now and it will just get cheaper as we get closer to kickoff.
StubHub, the MGoBlue website, or the MGoBlog ticket Spreadsheet
Try Seatgeek.com. It gives you a lot more options.
Honestly, for a game like UMass, you can just get them from a scalper on the day of the game. They should be pretty cheap.
will be before kickoff around the stadium. You can always find sellers around Elbel Field on Hoover. Probably around 40% off face value.
NE corner of Stadium and Main about twenty minutes before kickoff.
...the same thing. There will be an abundance of cheap tickets floating around the stadium right before kick off.
I have a wedding to go to that day. I would take face for them. Email me at email@example.com.
I've tried going there a few times tonight, only to find the spreadsheet comes up completely blank. I've browsed there for tickets there many times in the past and never had this problem. Any help?
And select the "football" tab.
much appreciated! I'm surprised I hadn't noticed those tabs before, but apparently it always defaulted to the football ticket tab in the past for me.
I'm also going to keep that Seatgeek.com website in mind, it'll make future searches for tickets a lot easier, besides using our spreadsheet.
The best site will be on a street corner anywhere around the stadium 20 minutes before kickoff. There will be tons of extra tickets being peddled by the scalpers and you won't have to pay anywhere near face value.