Michigan announces single-game ticket prices for 2017

Courtesy of MLive.com:

Michigan has locked in single-game ticket prices for its 2017 football season.

Single-game tickets, the athletic department says, will go on sale in July — and will be made available to donors with priority points first.

Michigan will play six home games this fall. The most expensive tickets will be Oct. 7 vs. Michigan State and Nov. 25 vs. Ohio State. For both games, “End Zone” ticket levels will cost $125, “Maize/Blue” tickets will cost $140 and “Victors/Valiant” tickets will cost $155.

Michigan will make tickets available to donors with 200 priority points or more July 11. Donors with 75 or more points will have access July 12. One point or more will get you access July 13. Being a member of Michigan’s digital community will get you access July 14.

General public sales will begin after July 14.

In addition, Michigan says tickets for the Michigan State and Ohio State games will not be made available for single-game purchase if they’re sold out as a part of the department’s ticket pack sale.

Michigan announced in November that the price of a 2017 season ticket will be $430 — or $68.33 per ticket. That’s a roughly $3 increase from the price of a season ticket in 2016. Michigan has an April 28 season-ticket renewal deadline. That’s also the deadline to join the season ticket interest list. For more, visit MGoBlue.com/tickets.

The full single-game ticket pricing tier:

Sept. 9 vs. Cincinnati: End Zone — $75, Maize/Blue — $85, Victors/Valiant — $100
Sept. 16 vs. Air Force: End Zone — $55, Maize/Blue — $70, Victors/Valiant — $85
Oct. 7 vs. Michigan State: End Zone — $125, Maize/Blue — $140, Victors/Valiant — $155
Oct. 28 vs. Rutgers (homecoming): End Zone — $75, Maize/Blue — $90, Victors/Valiant — $105
Nov. 4 vs. Minnesota: End Zone — $70, Maize/Blue — $80, Victors/Valiant — $90
Nov. 25 vs. Ohio State: End Zone — $125, Maize/Blue –$140, Victors/Valiant — $155