Ticket Spreadsheet Question [see edit]

Submitted by Cam57 on November 15th, 2011 at 8:46 PM

Just a quick question regarding the ticket spreadsheet. How often do you guys actually check it when looking for tickets? I'm (painfully) considering offing my OSU tickets, and just posted them to the spreadsheet, but wanted to make sure they would get some views there. Also, for future reference, I wanted to see how effective posting tickets there was. The best part, in my opinion, is keeping the tickets with Michigan fans.

EDIT:  I am selling 4 tickets. Sec. 12. Row 7, for convenience of anyone inquiring.


[Edit - PGB:  Get in on this ticket thread while its hot.  The OP was creative in asking about the ticket spreadsheet before offering his tickets for sale so I'll leave this up for a while so everyone can offer their tickets or find a seller in this one thread.  Otherwise, these threads will be deleted on sight - use the ticket spreadsheet.

The short answer to the question is, yes, people use the spreadsheet.  Just like anything else, if they price is right people will buy.  If the price is the same as listed on other websites, then it may be more convenient to buy elsewhere.  In other words, cut fellow MGoMembers a price break!]



Maize and Blue…

November 16th, 2011 at 3:31 PM ^

or two singles?  I have two singles one in section two row 51 and the other in sec 20 row 44 or I have a pair in sec 6 row 16 as some family who were planning on going just backed out.  Not trying to kill any one would like to get 250 for the pair or 220 for the two singles.  We could meet at the game to avoid any shipping.  This somehow got misplaced as these tickets are for Nebraska/Michigan not Michigan/Ohio. 

GoBlueFanSCP at aol dot com.


November 16th, 2011 at 11:55 AM ^

Stubhub charges a monster commission so prices are inflated vs what you actually get paid. Pricing on the spreadsheet s/b 15-20% cheaper than stubhub IMHO. I sold two sets of tix, one on the spreadsheet and one on stub for a different game and got the same in my pocket but the spreadsheet buyer got a better deal. Only diff was less convenience for us both since I had to ship tix.


November 16th, 2011 at 12:13 PM ^

Thanks for the advice. I have only purhcased tickets from stubhub a couple times. First time trying to see. What I am selling them for on here is significantly cheaper than what sec. 12 row 7 seats are on there per ticket.


November 16th, 2011 at 12:19 AM ^

But when any random Dick can go in and delete "selling" entries, it kind of sours you on using it.  Cleaning it up (deleting old games, etc.) is one thing; deleting legit offers is bush league.

BTW, I'm looking to trade my Nebraska tix (currently on StubHub) for OSU (plus cash).  Check the spreadsheet.  If it's still there.  :(


November 15th, 2011 at 10:43 PM ^

Someone seems to like go in and delete email addresses.  It seems like if you post a pair of tickets people will email you and then delete your address to prevent you from getting other offers.  So if you do post, be sure to check it every so often and repost stuff. 


November 15th, 2011 at 10:59 PM ^

Speaking of tickets, anyone happen to know a Ticketmaster Presale code for the Frozen Four?  I would love to go without having to pay secondary market prices.

The Dutchess

November 16th, 2011 at 9:00 AM ^

Anyone had any luck waiting until last minute to buy tickets?  I still have my Mcard so I'd want to sit in student section, but I'm looking for 2 OSU tickets and seeing a lot more selling than buying, but prices haven't gone down.  Just wondering anyone's experience. 


November 16th, 2011 at 10:44 AM ^

I sold mine last minute on there, very nice guy picked them up right at my El stop in Chicago and I didn't have to pay the now-Michigan sanctioned StubHub tax.


November 16th, 2011 at 12:03 PM ^

I have an extra  pair of tickets to both the Nebraska and Ohio games.  Section 18 row 76 on the aisle.  I will be attending both games so i can personally deliver at the stadium or elsewhere in AA.  email me if interested in either set at [email protected] ...  asking $200 / pair for Nebraska and $400 / pair for Ohio ...but negotiable.


November 16th, 2011 at 1:35 PM ^

Someone just went through and deleted more than half the spreadsheet.  Glad I emailed a few of the sellers before their entries got trashed.

If you're selling, keep checking back to make sure buyers don't delete.