rob f

April 19th, 2018 at 6:38 PM ^

a quarter mile west of Main on the south side of Scio Church Rd is the best of the bunch. He usually charges $20-25, keeps his lot well mowed/maintained, has a lot of shade trees, and doesn't force you to leave 2 hours after game's end like the golf courses do.

And while I do usually park at AAGO because of the # of tailgaters in our party (usually 15-25 of us) and because it's the lot of choice due to close proximity to The Big House, I try to tailgate at Lindy's whenever the golf courses are closed or have extremely limited parking.

Squad16

April 19th, 2018 at 4:00 PM ^

I'm very surprised that:

A) Nebraska is as cheap as it is. 

B) Penn State is as expensive as it is.

 

I view those programs as somewhat equal in terms of prestige and fan intrigue, and the Nebraska game is situated at arguably the best weather point of the season (late September), while PSU is in November and could be cold.

NittanyFan

April 19th, 2018 at 5:45 PM ^

I know they weren't very good last year, but those fans TRAVEL.  Those tickets are going to be worth something on the secondary market.  As you said, late September is an ideal time.

Seems like U-M may have left a little $ on the table - could have priced all of Wisky, PSU and UNL at the same tier.

rob f

April 19th, 2018 at 10:24 PM ^

about your reply when you consider that Ohio Stadium closely resembles your avatar.

That said, is it possible that the obstructed view seats there are because of the toilet seat being added at some point after it was originally designed and built?

And shouldn't they just call it "clogged" rather than "obstructed"?

Gucci Mane

April 20th, 2018 at 1:58 AM ^

Well I paid $160 for my season tickets. I'm guessing it will be lik e$190 next year. But why do people pay $55 for a game that would be $20 on stubhub ? I don't get how this particular market works.