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I don't think they changed Les at all actually
national champs baby
Patrick Hruby is doing God's work.
first comment: "EVERY ATHLETE HAS ASPIRATIONS OF WINNING AND WE HAVE OUR FAVORITES BUT IT IS ALWAYS A PLEASURE TO OTHER STUDENTS ACHIEVE THEIR GOALS, TOO!"
stupid Pistons and their refusal to tank properly
rundown of Michigan's riser
needs moar usage
so much for that
This list is completely arbitrary and not a genuine analysis of the relative merits of state fossils.
will be michigan's highest pick in a while
money has to go somewhere
I am only motivated by people who have no opinion about me.
the just released schedules were a flat-out statement that the B10 doesn't believe SOS will matter in playoff selection
but I thought that draft was supposed to be incredibly loaded?
Got a call this am to see if I would be interested in 2 tickets to MSU Section 44 Row 81.
Price right now would be $375 each.
Good deal or bad?
If thread of this type is verboten...mods please delete.
*EDIT* I thought it was $375 for both, $375 per ticket seems extremely high.
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That is indeed an MSU ticket question.
and I paid slightly less than that - similar seats
Go for it - should be a memorable game
Born in Ohio to a Catholic family, but I went Blue
I paid 180 + fees for mine off stub hub. But the seats aren't that good ( section 18 row 60 something). Although having buyers regret even at that relatively cheap price lol....
on the high side, but not out of the realm. Just check stub hub. If you have an account there, you can put up tickets for sale, and when it gets to the price, it will give you the option to see what tickets actually sold for, as opposed to just the list price which is what you see. (you can then cancel selling your tickets, but still see the price)
Looks like a good deal! Price for the tickets in the same area are going for at least that much and some a lot more! They are on the MSU side and near the middile (40 or so) of the field. Your call . . . I have never set in that area.
You have gotta' love this . . .
Buy it! Buy it! Buy it!
Generally speaking, if you get a call from someone just offering you tickets and they want to be paid, they are probably just trying to get your credit card number or something. I mean, who just calls people up randomly to offer them tickets?
If this is a friend or someone you know, then why so high? I just scored my friend two tix to that game and gave it to him for face value.
Anyway, to answer your question, I would wait until after both teams play more games (ND games and real away games). The price is not likely to go up much higher if they win, but it could go down.
$375 a pop? That seems outrageous to me.
price rises with # seasons since their last beatdown of Sparty
Seems extremely high to me, but the market may be different this year. If we also had OSU and ND at home, I couldn't see those seats going for more than $200.
COYS and lets go Detroit FC!
...is surprised that no one has complained... another MSU Thread!!!?!?!!
But SRLSY, those look like good seats and a pretty competitive price for the secondary market.
As a matter of fact I like beer.
were going for $200 per ticket minimum on game day.
Wow, 375 for MSU tickets? There must be a lot of Sparties who are looking to go, because I can't ever remember State tickets being anywhere near that high. And for 80 rows up? I don't know man. I have a good amount of disposable income and that just sounds ridiculous.
Take it from a season ticket holder, that the last 4-5 years have been break even, if not loss for tickets. I give the majority of mine away when I don't go.
Never buy tickets that far ahead....for all we know, we could lose half our games until the MSU game, at which point, you can get the tickets for face value, or even free (find a friend).
With that said, the only game I have plans to attend right now, is the MSU game...so that's clearly the best of the home games this year.
I too have broken even the last couple years. I went to the best games and could sell my "off games" at face value. Not great seats or anything.
But, wait....we could lose half our games until the MSU game? Did you really just throw that out there like it is even remotely possible? Wow. The Bama game shook you deeper than most. And, THAT is why you think you will get the tickets for face value or even free. If that is your reason for waiting, you might as well wait because you think you might get hospitalized some day before the game.
Then you say that because you chose to go to the MSU game, that makes it the best of the home games this year? How about it is just supposed to be the best game.
Your post is confusing and poorly worded.... and just strange. Nice to meet you.
Some may say your attack on a perfectly harmless and well-intentioned post is confusing and strange. . . Just saying.
Disgruntled former moderator. I got a lot of problems with you people!
When you add that to the tickets, face value is never enough these days to break even, It is even worse when you sell to your friends and add in the fee and they think you are robbing them.
....unless you are adjusting for the tax donation credit you get as well as the value of your Victors Club membership.
All right Lemmings. Bring the heat.
Being a season ticket holder you might not check StubHub for Michigan tickets often but one thing I can say from browsing and buying over the last 4-5 years...tickets to games vs Notre Dame, MSU, and Ohio are ALWAYS WAY OVERPRICED. 2 months before or 2 days before.
"And if that doesn't wet your appetite, you're watching the wrong channel."
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And only try to get ride of the worst games, how can you expect to do more than break even? If you want to make a profit (which why are you buying season tickets anyway) sell MSU, or UTL, and go see UMass. You'll make a profit. But I don't think that's the point. If you buy a whole season ticket and just go to one game you're lucky to be breaking even. You should probably just be going to the games, or just buy the tickets for the games you want and give up the season ones to someone who actually wants to see the team play, rather than just trying to go to an "event" then making a profit.
Profit made on Michigan Football games- $0
Money expended on season tickets- probably $5-10k
Being there for Michigan Football moments- Priceless.
"I love him, he's a great coach, he's a great mentor, he's a great friend. He's every single thing you want a college coach to be, and he does it flawlessly." -David Molk
Take it from a season ticket holder, that the last 4-5 years have been break even, if not loss for tickets.
I hope you aren't buying them just with resale in mind.
I paid $280 + StubHub fees for a single ticket. Section 43 Row 20
A little pricey but I wanted a seat not too high, not too low, and right around the 20-30 yard line.
Cool Story Bro Time: My buddy just happens to have an extra ticket to the Monday Night Football game 2 days after Michigan's game vs MSU. Soilder Field, at night, Chicago, Lions/Bears...should be bad ass.
Just curious for anyone willing to pay that much...were you shut out of season tickets, and even the mini-packages? Because for $375 you practically have a full season ticket...they were only $390 this year. If you only wanted to attend the one game you could probably sell the rest for $5 each and make up the difference. Or, you know, if it's one of the really only give away-able games, go and see a second game for no added charge. Iowa can probably get a couple of bucks, if not actually profit for that ticket, at least the $15 more you're paying for all the games.
The mini-package even moreso if you were able to get one with MSU.
Not if you want section 44. Those are 30 yard line tickets. You'd have to pay the PSD and you'd have to have enough priortiy points to qualify to buy them.
But really, having sat all around Michigan Stadium, unless you're up way too close or something, there's not that big of a difference. If you want to pay a premium to be a little more center though, whatever floats one's boat.
I'd wait a couple more weeks. See how both teams do against ND, and then see where the demand is.
I'd probably pay 100 to watch a game against Sparty, but not much more. Prices always plummet at kickoff also.
I get the section but row 81?? Dude is looking to get paid!
Its called a royale with cheese
I'm not sure about that price. Granted Section 44 is probably around the 30 yard line, you can still find tickets on stubhub for a little over 200 bucks each in the corner/endzone sections (which still a little too high for my liking). Also, scalpers will probably be selling them for 150 a pop the day of if you want to risk it. So if you do really want to go, is it really worth it to you to pay $150 to $225 dollars more a ticket to get a little bit better of a view?
Probably a much better idea to check stubhub...
What every longshot, come from behind, underdog will tell ya is this... The other guy, may in fact, be the favorite. The odds may be stacked against you, fair enough. But what the odds don't know is...this isn't a math test.
I sell mine in row A for face value. Damn...even if its to my friends...I need to supplement my kids'college fund.
Mom, MGrad and life long fan living in So Cal
Protip: Before you sell anything, anything at all, find out how much it's worth. You'll make more money that way.
Just want to keep my Tix, as I live too far to go much, but I love my seats. So I've never looked into what they're worth. Just sell them to friends and relatives for fv. No more!
Well if you don't care that much, it's not a big deal, but especially for the decent-to-good games, even your friends and family probably wouldn't mind spending over face for those kind of seats.
I flew up from North Carolina last year and paid $175 for Notre Dame and $140 for OSU. Those were both much bigger games (at least in my opinion) $375 seems outrageous for Sparty.
I'm actually flying up for the MSU game this year too (trying to work it around a business trip) and was hoping to score tix for $150 or less. Maybe that's wishful thinking?
If you'd leave your email, I have comparable tickets that I'm selling, and can def beat them on price....lets talk.
"Michigan isn't going to lose a game" - Fielding Yost, 1901
999.99 for the pair, plus one cent for handling. Worth much more to be there when Sparty gets what's coming to them. No deal if you wear green.