Michigan football tickets will cost a little more during 2011 season
Want to see the likes of Notre Dame, Nebraska and Ohio State this season at Michigan Stadium.
It will cost you a little more than previous seasons.
The University of Michigan announced Monday that fans will pay $480 for season tickets to each of the team’s eight home games in 2011, an average of $60 per ticket.
Last year, season tickets cost $375 for seven home games, an average of $53.57 per game. As was the case last year, variable pricing is available in separate tiers and in partial-ticket packages.
“Our goal is to provide our fans with a menu of ticket options and great game-day experiences this upcoming season,” athletic director Dave Brandon said in a written statement.
Individual game tickets will be available for most home games at $70 per ticket. For matchups against “premium” opponents - the Fighting Irish, Cornhuskers and Buckeyes - fans will pay $85 per individual ticket sale.
A limited number of season-ticket packages are also available for the first time since the university completed a renovation project last fall.
For more information and to sign up for tickets, go to Michigan's official website.