Is there a way to get secondary market tickets in the 300 or 400 levels in the boxes at Michigan Stadium? I know they're going to be expensive but stubhub doesn't even have them as an option
Fair warning to the board, unsurprisingly the University ticket office is already receiving reports of counterfeit tickets. (WARNING mlive link incoming)
I already had a seller try to scam me on craigslist, so I called the ticket office myself and here's a couple of things to look for:
- Obvious errors: Look for misspellings, incorrect logos or dates (duh.)
- Kickoff time: No real tickets will have a kickoff time listed.They will have "TBA".
- Barcode: While frequently left off of internet ticket pictures, the ticket office told me that the first three numbers of the barcode should be "398".
Hope this helps someone save some heartache next weekend. Go Blue.
Starting Wednesday, May 18th at 8:30AM, road tickets go on sale for Rutgers ($100), Iowa ($85), and Ohio State ($195).
There is a limit of 2 tickets for Rutgers and OSU, and 4 for Iowa. The email I received indicates this sale is for season ticket holders with 150 points or more. Sorry, MGoPoints don't count.
So far, no word from our Sparty friends about ticket availability.
My apologies for this board post, but I'm really scrambling right now. Its my brothers bachelor party this weekend and I forgot the tickets I purchased from Michigan (via the Michigan ticket office online) at my apartment in Chicago. I have all of my billing information and order confirmation, but don't know if Michigan will help me out and reissue me the 10 tickets. Can any of you provide me some insight or guidance? Thanks a lot!
Has anyone heard of any ticket deals for this weekends game against Minnesota? I would imagine that given the direction of things at the moment, there should be plenty of tickets available on the secondary market, but thought I'd see if anyone had heard of anything else.
I've made the decision to lean into it this year. I guess my love of Michigan Football withstands numerous punches to the "Soul Dong"
To add to the ever-increasing ways UM is scrambling to sell tickets, I (and I assume other current members of the alumni assoc) just got an email offer for 3 tix for $150 ("a $75 savings!") for Miami (NTM), Utah and Maryland.
That's not that unusual (or that great a deal, considering StubHub exists), as UM clearly is having trouble selling tix for those mediocre games, but in addition to those tix, "you will be guaranteed an opportunity to purchase (2) tickets to next season's home game against either Michigan State or Ohio State."
Considering those games will easily sell out without any promotions, that's quite a kicker.
Offer ends Thursday for those interested.
I haven't seen this posted yet but thought it was an interesting option for M multi-sports fans. MGoblue.com is offering a "Home Opener Pack" which consists of tickets to M's first home football, basketball, and hockey games for $75. I'm not much of a basketball or hockey fan, otherwise this seems like a pretty good deal. Link.
The Alumni Association is holding a drawing for members to win free tickets to the following games. (If you graduated within the past year, you are automatically a member.)
- Aug 30 - vs Appalachian State
- Sep 27 - vs Minnesota
- Oct 4 - Away at Rutgers
- Oct 11 - vs Penn State
- Oct 25 - Away at Michigan State
- Nov 1 - vs Indiana
- Nov 22 - vs Maryland
- Nov 29 - Away at Ohio State
Click here for details and to enter.
As much as we grumble on and on about the athletic department, we all know we will still support this Michigan football team and hope to see a solid product this season. With that being said, who ordered ticket packs today?
- What package did you pick and what games will you be attending?
- Where did they seat you?
For me, I chose the Go Blue Ticket Pack with Penn State and Miami (OH) already given to you. My third game I decided on Maryland over homecoming vs Indiana. My reasoning was I'd like to see Maryland in their first year in the B1G.
Miami (OH) - Section 25, row 74
PSU - Section 28, row 75
Maryland - Section 44, row 18.
I know this has been beaten to death from all sides, but I wanted inform those of us who are faculty and staff and who had already paid full price for tickets before this email went out that you can still get this discount retroactively by sending a copy of your MCard to the athletic department ([email protected]) with a note requesting that the discount be applied to your regular season tickets.
That is all.
(I did read through the other thread http://mgoblog.com/mgoboard/football-tix-e-mail-um-facultystaff, and did not see this useful fact posted, but if I missed it, feel free to delete)