ANN ARBOR, Mich. (WOOD) — The University of Michigan Tuesday announced the prices of individual tickets to this fall’s home football games at the Big House.
Michigan will play seven games at home this season, and ticket prices will be based on seat location within the stadium:
- Sept. 12 vs. Oregon State: Tickets ranging from $80 to $100
- Sept. 19 vs. University of Nevada-Las Vegas: Tickets ranging from $55 to $75
- Sept. 26 vs. Brigham Young: Tickets ranging from $80 to $100
- Oct. 10 vs. Northwestern: Tickets ranging from $75 to $95
- Oct. 17 vs. Michigan State: Tickets ranging from $95 to $115
- Nov. 7 vs. Rutgers: Tickets ranging from $65 to $85
- Nov. 28 vs. Ohio State: Tickets ranging from $95 to $115
Individual tickets this season will not be dynamically priced — meaning their prices will not be adjusted based on changing market conditions like demand and scarcity. Michigan said it did away with dynamic pricing based on feedback from fans.
Season tickets cost $455, which works out to about $65 per game, Michigan says. It also says buying season tickets is about $90 cheaper than buying individual tickets to each game.
Individual tickets will go on sale in July.