2015 will usher in a new era for football at the University of Michigan. Jim Harbaugh will take over as a head coach after a disappointing season for the Wolverines. Looking forward to the upcoming year, the University of Michigan has released ticket prices for the 2015 season. Michigan will host seven home games at the Big House and the university has used variable pricing when determining the cost of each ticket.
Michigan football tickets at Michigan Stadium will have three price levels for each game depending on the location of seats — End Zone, Maize/Blue and Victors/Valiant. The home opener on September 12 against Oregon State will be in the second highest priced tier with tickets at an $80/$90/$100 tag. A September 26 game against BYU will see the same prices.
The least expensive game will come against UNLV on September 19, the second home game of the season. Tickets for that game hold a $55/$65/$75 price. The next tier up will feature homecoming against Northwestern on October 10 and a game against Rutgers on November 7. Prices are listed at $65/$75/$85.
An October 17 game against Michigan State and a November 28 game against Ohio State will hold the most expensive prices. Tickets for those games will start at $95 and increase to $105 and $115.
On the secondary market, Michigan football tickets currently have an average price of $204.48. The most expensive game is against the Buckeyes with an average price of $401.33. The get-in price for the game is currently $197.