Michigan vs Oakland MBB ticket discount

Submitted by ClearEyesFullHart on November 23rd, 2011 at 11:23 AM

I searched around a bit for a discount to that Saturday Dec. 10 game at the Palace(ticket sales through ticketmaster).  I found this 30% off deal that got me two club level(I guess you'd call it "in the blue" for reference) seats for $50 out the door(after all their random fees).

http://www.ticketmaster.com/event/0800472CDEF84F66?artistid=895199&majorcatid=10004&minorcatid=7 

Just type TMNHD into the holiday promotion box.

If you're brave and able to tell an overworked telemarketer "no" a lot, you can cash in on a $20 mail-in rebate from "Great Fun" too.  Just tell her you're not interested in the trial offers.  Again and again.  And again.
 

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Lampuki22

November 23rd, 2011 at 12:16 PM ^

Other day at a Palace event.
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<br>Cant wait to Enjoy the work of my good buddy Kevin Beers ( Oakland's awesome arena announcer ) and a team on a mission-- our Wolverines. All within 5 miles of my door. And we should win easily.

Wolverine Devotee

November 23rd, 2011 at 12:49 PM ^

Where would the $15 tickets be located? General admission? I really would like to go to this, but since the holidays are coming I can't spend a ton of $. Help would be greatly appreciated.

ClearEyesFullHart

November 23rd, 2011 at 1:48 PM ^

     The $15 tickets are going to be in the upper decks, what we used to call the "maize" section.  Just search for tickets at that price, and check your location here

http://www.seats3d.com/nba/detroit_pistons/ 

Before you check out.

But they're still going to hit you with the $5 "convenience" fee for each ticket.  Kind of a bumber.  That's why I snagged the promo tickets for $2 more per ticket.  If you're going to be out $20-$25 per, you might as well get a better seat =)

     If you live in the area, you could probably skip those fees by buying at the palace box office.  I've just got a thing for "tickets in hand" and Auburn Hills is a bit of a trek.