Great Seats Still Available for the 2014 Football Season

Submitted by slama on June 26th, 2014 at 10:02 PM

There are excellent seats still available for next year.

I just got offered the following:

Utah Section 2 Row 13 (Valiant)
Indiana Section 3 Row 82 (Valiant)
Maryland Section 2 Row 89 (Valiant)
Appalachian State Section 22 Row 78 (Valiant)
Miami OH Section 40 Row 24 (Blue)
Minnesota Section 41 Row 83 (Blue)

Penn State single game tickets are no longer on sale but one can still get them (in addition to a sweet hat) through the Go Blue Ticket Pack. suggests more will go on sale tomorrow morning, but the pickings are slim.

I am most surprised by the App State game still having seats in section 22 available since it is the opener.

This is a nice opportunity for those of us who have been stuck in the end zone to try out different sections.



June 26th, 2014 at 10:21 PM ^

I bought a ticket pack for CMU, Minnesota, and Nebraska.  Only seats available were in the end zone.  One would think that seats for the opener or for the second best game of the year, Minnesota, would go quicker.  


June 26th, 2014 at 10:25 PM ^

I already have great seats, in my living room, on my couch, with my own bathroom, and my children...

consider me converted; once I bought a big screen tv and owned my own place I was done, I just didn't know it until I saw all these open seats and said 'fuck it'




June 26th, 2014 at 10:55 PM ^

you miss the entire DB Game-Day Experience.

All kidding aside, there is nothing better (IMO) than a fall afternoon, throwing the pigskin around on the golf course, with ribs on the smoker and cold beer in the cooler, with family and close friends. 


June 27th, 2014 at 7:08 AM ^

he wants Michigan stadium to blow up in a terrorist attack, he said he wants there not to be a sellout.  What else do we have to show our disliking of DB?  Getting into a nasty email battle?  Most of us can't afford to hire a skywriting team to write messages to DB on gameday expressing our frustrations.


June 27th, 2014 at 9:58 AM ^

Half full; or a quarter, or even 15%. I want a noticeable amount of gaps in the stands so that the brass will maybe stop and THINK for ten seconds: "Hmmmm, maybe changing what has worked so well for almost five decades so radically isn't such a swell idea, after all."

Take it from someone who was on the field for every game for two seasons: the players on the sideline aren't going to notice if we've got 99,500 vs. 110, 501.

Doc Brown

June 27th, 2014 at 5:51 AM ^

Completely Agree. Time to show the regents and our new president how dangerous Dave Brandon has been to the Michigan brand. I hope to see empty seats. 

Anyone buying from the university doesn't like money. You can get the majority of the season for a significant discount on the secondary market. 

Doc Brown

June 27th, 2014 at 8:15 AM ^

in the short term it hurts, but in the long term it leads to real solutions. Those of us sick of Brandon are tired of the minor league baseball level antics and catering to the top 1% of socioeconomic demographics. Heck catering to the top 1% while screwing over the middle class is the # problem in this country anyways. 


June 27th, 2014 at 7:10 AM ^

would buy tickets from these packages.  I'll be shocked if you can't get tickets to these games for dirt cheap with the excess available and the bad schedule.  I'm curious to see how the secondary market sales look this year.