ANN ARBOR – The University of Michigan Athletic Ticket Office will begin taking orders for individual game tickets and Family Four Packs for the 2021 football season on July 13. The Wolverines will play a seven-game home schedule this fall at Michigan Stadium.
Individual game football tickets are priced differently for each home game, allowing fans to select numerous game and seat location combinations (see below). A very limited number of tickets remain for the Ohio State game.
In addition, Michigan is offering Family Four Packs for the Western Michigan ($240) or Northern Illinois ($220) which includes four (4) game tickets, four (4) hot dogs and four (4) drinks. The two packs will go on sale at the same time as individual game tickets.
All single game Michigan Football Tickets will be distributed to fans through email or accessed via the new mobile app coming in late July.
2021 Individual Ticket Prices for each of the seven home games:
Western Michigan – Starting at $60
Washington – Starting at $145
Northern Illinois – Starting at $55
Rutgers – Starting at $70
Northwestern – Starting at $70
Indiana – Starting at $70
Ohio State – Starting at $145
Following are the on-sale dates for individual game tickets and family packs:
July 13 – Donors to Michigan Athletics (200 or more priority points)
July 14 – Donors to Michigan Athletics (75 or more priority points)
July 15 – Donors to Michigan Athletics (1 or more priority points)
July 16 – Michigan Athletics Digital Community
Michigan Football individual game tickets will be available to the public after the digital community on-sale date
For the complete home schedule, including start times and pricing, visit https://mgoblue.com/news/2021/7/7/michigan-football-single-game-family-tickets.aspx
GROUP TICKET SALES INFORMATION: Group tickets, 10 or more tickets, are available for purchase now for all games except Ohio State and Washington. To purchase or for more information, call (734) 647-1268 or email email@example.com.
As of Tuesday, June 22, the state of Michigan has lifted certain protective measures and restrictions for gatherings and face masks. Based upon this latest order and what we now know, this clears the path for Michigan Athletics events to return to full capacity in the fall. Anyone who is fully vaccinated will not need to wear a protective mask inside Michigan Stadium. Masks are encouraged for those individuals who are not fully vaccinated. Should federal, state, local or campus public health guidelines change, we will update you as soon as that information becomes available.