After a remarkable turnaround that saw Michigan football capture its first Big Ten Championship in nearly two decades and debut in the College Football Playoff, school officials will be hoping for strong attendance figures during the 2022 season.
The athletic department took the next step toward achieving that goal Thursday when it released information about ticket packs and individual game tickets for a schedule that includes eight dates at Michigan Stadium this fall.
Donors can begin purchasing ticket packs on June 14 based on a tiered system tied to priority points. The public will have access to ticket packs following the Michigan Athletics Digital Community coming out on June 17.
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Fans can choose from three- or four-game ticket packs with the chance to select opponents and seat selections. The breakdown of games is as follows:
• Pick one game from Penn State (Oct. 15) or Michigan State (Oct. 29)
• Pick one game from Colorado State (Sept. 3) or Nebraska (Nov. 12)
• Pick one or two games from Hawaii (Sept. 10), Connecticut (Sept. 17) and/or Illinois (Nov. 19)
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Individual game tickets are available to donors on July 5 after ticket pack orders have been processed. The public can purchase individual tickets following the Michigan Athletics Digital Community coming out on July 8.
Prices vary by opponent and seat location with all tickets scheduled to be delivered on mobile devices. The games are broken down as follows:
Colorado State — $60 to $105
Hawaii — $55 to $100
Connecticut — $55 to $100
Maryland — $80 to $120
Penn State — $110 to $160
Michigan State — $155 to $195
Nebraska — $75 to $115
Illinois — $65 to $105
The top-end price of $195 for individual tickets against Michigan State is an increase of $5 from last year’s date with Ohio State, which was the most expensive game on the schedule.
The 2022 season will also include Family Packs for games against Hawaii and Connecticut (starting at $240) and Illinois (starting at $280). The packs include a minimum of four tickets, four beverages and four hot dogs.
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This article originally appeared on Detroit Free Press: Michigan football individual game tickets for 2022 home schedule