It’s easy to get tickets for most games. The question is how much are you willing to pay? For the bulk of the games against minor opponents you can usually find tickets around the stadium on the day of the game far below face value. It’s simple supply and demand. There are 109,901 tickets available for every game. There are literally thousands of tickets bought and sold in the hours before the game outside the stadium and in the adjacent parking lots. It’s not unusual for tickets to be sold for far less than face value for a minor opponent. The best prices are usually found on game day right outside the stadium by people who line the streets on the way to the stadium.
You can visit
Michigan Stadium– it’s usually open 9-4:30 during the week (NOTE- since 9/11 the stadium is locked down 2-3 days before games.) Even if the stadium closed it’s worth a trip to drive by and see the massive upgrade project that is under way. The port renovation stadium is simply amazing.
Dwarfing Schembecher Hall is the Al Glick Field House, one the largest indoor practice facilities in the country.
Scorekeepers is a large sports bar and grill with music, multiple televisions, and pool tables. While you’re there take note of the large window in the front, former Wolverine Brian Griese threw a beer bottle through it after being kicked out of the establishment one night prior to the 1997 season.
Hopefully you’ll sing the Victors A LOT. Know the words and remember to raise your arm whenever you sing the word ‘Hail’.