Help: Single Game Student Tickets

Submitted by Qmatic on August 31st, 2017 at 10:55 AM

I currently have season tickets with my brother and his wife, but was wondering if there existed an exchange place for student tickets. I am asking because I will be getting married on the 30th of September and the following week is the MSU game. I would like to be able to buy a student ticket and go back in the student section for that game with my wife. I received a new M-Card a couple weeks before I graduated a few years back, so it doesn't expire until 2019. I was wondering if any of you knew of a place where student tickets were sold? I couldn't seem to find any on StubHub or anywhere else. Thanks!

Comments

UMAmaizinBlue

August 31st, 2017 at 11:01 AM ^

I've found is to do the following:

 

1) Wait until MSU sucks (they will).

2) Get about $200 cash on hand for the game.

3) Gameday, do the walk with the students from central campus to the stadium.

4) KEEP YOUR EYES ON THE GROUND! Students are notorious for losing tickets - as a student I found, on average, one extra student ticket per game just by scanning the ground.

5) If it succeeds, take your ticket to the ticket windows to get the upcharge (not sure if a new MCard matters if you aren't a student...). If step 4 fails, just stand at the corner with 2 fingers up or bring a sign asking for student tickets.

 

Trust me, students are the most desperate bunch to get in the stadium and just get some cash. In lieu of free tickets on the ground, you should be able to get decent prices right before the game...but good luck getting a seat and not fighting people for space.

FookMaywetter

August 31st, 2017 at 11:21 AM ^

I've found many ground tickets as well, so definitely look for that. You can use your MCard as long as it's not expired, it doesn't matter that you're not a student, so that's good. Walk around the frats, 15 minutes before kickoff, you're bound to find someone too drunk to go in who will gladly take $20 for a ticket. Good luck!

FauxMo

August 31st, 2017 at 11:02 AM ^

If only there was a massive, digital information system that allowed the totality of humanity to communicate across great distances in real time. That would probably help in a situation like this... :-)