Title says it all. Got to:
Be prepared to pay. Limit 4 per login.
Title says it all. Got to:
Be prepared to pay. Limit 4 per login.
if we all wait to buy them the price will go down right?
$91 minimum. I bought from StubHub, with fees it was about $70.
Just listed my house for sale this morning. Hopefully that will be enough for endzone tickets... AT NORTHWESTERN
I don't go to away games, but it would be nice if M fans could come to that game in force, which usually happens, but especially this year. As I have stated, I'm not buying NW's hype and think they will win only seven or eight games.
Tickets, hotel in downtown Chicago, transportation to game, Michigan tailgate, and more!
I apologize in advance, I'm not a Chicagoan... But this looks like a great time!
It's likely just a section that they place recent graduates in. StubHub doesn't allow people to list tickets that have restrictions unless those restrictions are explicitly stated in the listing ie: they don't allow student tickets on the site at the Big House. They might if they are validated but normal student tickets are not allowed.
I don't understand Northwestern's goal with Purple Pricing.
The prices on StubHub are significantly less than the current prices if buying from the NU ticket office. Regular seats on StubHub are $130 and on NU are $183.
Why would they create a pricing system that steers people away from buying directly through them?
i watched the explanation video and it says when the price drops the difference will be refunded (i assume on a per section basis) and their selling point is that you buy the tickets at the price now and get the difference back when it drops. which is aimed at people buying more tickets to guarentee seats thus having it drop less. the question is how do they determine when to drop the price and all that. its like the dynamic pricing everybody is going to except it seems their tickets only drop in price and have the refund option. hypothetically the prices could end up dropping below stubhub prices
Snagged 3 at $65 a pop (Row 6) back in May.
Pretty pumped. Anyone in Chicago want to start tailgating right now?
Already started. Come on over to Ashland & Addison.
That's funny, I was just by there (did my cardio at the Y).
That reminds me, anyone know of any new Michigan Bars on the Northside? Would love to catch a game with some likeminded fans.
People are always going to Duffy's or the Diag. I was recently at a place called Newport's at Southport/Newport and they had an M flag and claimed to be a "Michigan bar".
To be honest, I don't think I've ever actually watched a Michigan football game at a bar. I need a comfortable environment, aka place where I can yell.
I yell plenty when I'm at the Diag, though I will say sitting on a comfortable couch does beat sitting on a bar stool. Not to mention the waitresses at Diag are borderline incompetent.
On North Clark there are Moe's and Rocket. Moe's > Rocket. Did a B1G Pub Crawl there a couple of years ago (bunch of us in our 40s, kinda funny reactions). Clark has a bar for almost very B1G school. Had a great time, from what I remember. It got a little drunk out that night.
just ate at burrito house the other day after the cub game.
That's a good deal. Endzone, corner, or sideline? How were you able to score those? This reverse auction is driving up prices even at the online vendors. 2 yrs ago got sideline tkts online for 75 after fees
Section 124 (South/West Corner of Ryan Field). The side of the endzone. Not sure if you've been to Ryan but really there is no "bad" seat. Alsmost feels like a highschool field.
Have been to the stadium a couple of times and those are solid seats. The worst are 101 to 104, right under the visitor scoreboard. The angle is horrible. I would think the opposite side from 133 to 135 are equally as bad
Sideline season tickets are priced at $262. The combined price of the UofM and Ohio tickets are $385. Someone at NU needs to rethink this policy.
It's actually not a bad strategy on their part if their students/season tkt holders actually wanted to go to the game vs trying to cash in (who can blame them after so many years at the bottom/middle of the Conference). They dilute the supply, therefore lowering prices on sites like stub hub... Stub hub will likely raise its price while NU will lowers them.
Stubhub is the way to go. Sideline tickets are $183 with purple pricing. I got mine for just over $100.
Big Party at Evanston....... Brother, Dad, my sons, Brother In Law and nephew all coming. Went through Stub Hub, grab 7 in the end zone, $64 each. Can't wait to take over the stadium........
Trying to do the same here but striking out on anything decent for such a large crew to sit together. In 2011 it was great seeing the majority of the crowd in Maize. When they played 7 nation army (yes, I know...but it was neat at the time especially after UTL part 1) for their students it actually worked in reverse and the Michigan fans took over and they pulled the plug on the music.
A buddy was at the NU ticket office when it opened this morning and the best sideline tix on the Michigan side were near the corner at $183 a pop. He bailed and immediately bought 12 tix on stubhub (around $100 each) which were located on the Michigan side at 40 yd. line, row 63. Thought purple pricing was supposed to reflect secondary market. This is nuts!
for $65 each in the endzone. Betting that the endzone price on the school's website doesn't come down that far (currently at $91). Even if it does, just glad I have tickets. Love not having to travel for that game.
We post topics when their tickets go on sale knowing we can buy them all up
The new policy of 4 per customer made me buy cheaper seats in the corner where seats were plentiful and I had enough time to snag two groups of 4 in adjacent rows. So much easier when I could just call the ticket office and have someone help me. More declining customer service in our digital age. Also, I never thought I'd pay that much for basically end zone seats at Northwestern.
Pretty interested in this game. It looks like it could be another pain in the ass games like last year. I'm really hoping we just come out and squash the hell out of 'em right from the get go.
NW is one of those teams that the longer you let them hang around the tougher it is to beat them.
but really looking forward to it. Can't beat a fall roadtrip to Chicago and what promises to be a good game.
Got my sideline tix from stubhub row 16 for $111. Tell their purple pricing I said HA!... See u guys in November
I'm on stubhub & its saying 1300 for kickoff. Rivals & MgoBlue.com are still saying TBD. I wanna go & I wanna take the train to Chicago. the time is huge as far as pricing goes for departures/returns. Any idea on your end when kickoff is?
Purple pricing be damned. UM fans are still going to overrun that place.