do season ticket holders get an opportunity to purchase tix to a premium game without having to get the additional ticket packages?
no, YOU'RE off topic
we typically get the opportunity to buy tix (home and away) to the less sought after games.
has anyone gotten their renewal yet? I am very concerned at the moment.
Last year I believe the balance was due in mid-May so I wouldn't worry too much yet. I'm sure they just haven't done anything with that yet.
The lady didn't know much but said the renewal letter would go out in the next two weeks. She didn't know the renewal deadline date. I know, not much help
Actually that eases my concern a bit. I was trying to find the receipt email from last year. I could have sworn it was due in April of last year. I guess I was off one month. Thanks!
Anyone know if student ticket applications have started yet?
I second this, if someone could give a date that'd be excellent. I missed it last year and had to buy em off a kid for......too much >.<
They have not started yet...I imagine it was delayed by the basketball season.
I freaked out when I looked online and it said the deadline was April 4. Thankfully it turns out it was last year's info... The ticket office emailed me back saying everything is being pushed back because they were dealing with NCAA/Final Four stuff for the past several weeks.
Thank god, I was freaking out too and was telling myself it was cause of the final four to make myself feel better. I remember freaking out last year that I didn't get my renewal in the mail and they said it had to be done online. I'm only 27 and not ready for the digital era apparently.
Not in my experience. Do you have over 500 priority points? If so, you might have a shot. I would call the Victors Club and see. The more points the better. And, if you do have a shot, they usually couple it with a lesser game. So you might get a shot at Ohio, but have to buy Akron.
The Alumni Association often offers tickets, but once again it will be coupled with a lesser game.
I'm going to tack on to this one. I'm headed back to Ann Arbor for residency in July. I went to games with a big group of friends in undergrad, but that seems unlikely in this situation since residents don't get student tickets. I can't really afford two sets of season tickets, so does anyone have any experience with heading to games solo? I've never gone by myself, but it seems like it'd probably be awkward trying to meet people there.
I haven't received anything since.