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Discussion in 'Mens Basketball' started by discydisc, May 1, 2014.
Anyone know when 2014-15 MBB season tickets will be available?
I think renewals came out during the summer last year...I won't be totally shocked if there aren't any released to the public since donors and renewals will get the first crack at them.
Within 5 years I really won't be shocked if a donation is required for basketball season tickets. The corner balcony tickets might be $150 still but they'll probably need a $100 donation or something along those lines.
That sounds reasonable.
We donate so that we can get our FB parking pass & renew our seats, so we'll be covered if they do go to donations for the cheap seats (for MBB). I'm glad that they don't require "donations" for each sport!
The downside is that as the programs get better and the ticket prices go up, the younger families get left out.
I was wondering this too. I'm planning on buying season tickets just for this season before I move to Dubuque for school in 2015. Hope the cheap seats won't need a donation or have the prices jacked up too high, or even worse, sell out.
You just gave Jamie an idea...knock it off.
I still think they will keep the football deal for 20-29 year olds. Do they do that for bball too?
Are you talking about the "young alum" tickets? I don't think they do those for basketball, but I don't know that for a fact. I'm talking more about the corner seats and the endzone bleacher/hillside tickets that are available to the public, at prices that a family with several kids can afford.
IIRC, these sold out within a few hours last year. JC, be ready to buy at 8.00am on the dot...
Yes they do. Look at the link bigdaddykane posted.
i really want season tickets this year im going to set a reminder for that day
If we have been at the $100 donation level for FB for a few years think we'll be able to buy bball tickets?
In the corners: only if people don't renew.
$275 each is still pretty steep if there are three or four in your family...or maybe I'm just cheap!
Besides, aren't they limited to two per purchase?
I would like to say that there may be a chance for tickets after the renewal process, but you never know how many or where people will not renew.
I'm a veteran at waking up early to buy tickets, except not so much at getting the tickets... Woke up early a few weeks ago to buy tickets to the Manchester United-Real Madrid game at Michigan Stadium, only to find out they sold out before they went on sale.