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I am currently a grad student at UofM and I took the opportunity and bought season tickets. My problem is they are student tickets and don't know anyone else that also got season tickets. So basically I am going to have to sit in the student section by myself and with a bunch of 18 year-olds. I know this is a dumb mistake, but I honestly thought some of my grad school friends were going to buy tickets.
Does anyone know how to sell student section tickets, or is interesting in buying my tickets (the whole season, or just particular game(s)). I can get them validated if needed. I tried stubhud, which used to work when I was in undergrad, but no dice now.
I know UofM does not want students selling tickets but I think this is a special situation. They are just going to go to waste and have 1 less wolverine in the stands otherwise.
DatBull 4 Lyfe
You're in law school, you don't have time for fun! Get back to work! The library is calling!
PM me your UTL2 price.
We could have been friends .
But there are tons of thirsty people in the class of 2017 Facebook group. One girl was offering $500 for someone's season tickets the other day. You could always sell them on Stubhub, too.
You actually can't sell them on stubhub. The student sections are grayed out and it says "no tickets are available for this section."
Don't you have to have an ID to get into the student section? I still have unused student section tickets from the 2005 Penn State game. I wasn't a student so I couldn't just sell them to anyone because of this.
Yes, but if it's validated, where you pay some money to get a sticker, anyone can go in.
FYI the validation cost appears to be on a per-game basis but it also appears that the cost is $35 for every game this year. Just an FYI to anyone reading this thread and wondering. It took a little longer than I thought to find this info.
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I can't join the group because I am not an undergraduate and will not be graduating in 2017 (hopefully before then lol). Any other groups you know of?
You got the Ohio ticket, I'll buy it. I would much rather sit in the student section. I love standing for the entire game.
I'd love to be a drunk 18 year old again. Sign me up.
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