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Michigan Football Raises Ticket Prices For 2011

Michigan's athletic department announced a raise in ticket prices for the upcoming 2011 football season according to MGoBlue.com, the first time in seven years they've done so.

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Fans can purchase season tickets at $480 per ticket for the eight game home schedule, which will include the first ever night game at Michigan Stadium against Notre Dame and the 1997 national title rematch (or technically, match) with Nebraska. The school announced prices for individual games as well:

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Individual game tickets will be priced at $70 per ticket for games against Western Michigan (Sept. 3), Eastern Michigan (Sept. 17), San Diego State (Sept. 24), Minnesota (Oct. 1) and Purdue (Oct. 29). The Notre Dame (Sept. 10), Nebraska (Nov. 19) and Ohio State (Nov. 26) games have been designated premium games, and tickets for those contests will be priced at $85 per seat.

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On average, season tickets turn out to be cheaper than buying them on an individual basis (If you bought individual tickets for each game at the above prices, you'd shell out $605). Fans can also buy partial season tickets instead of the whole eight-game package. The university also announced that all premium seats have been sold out for next season.

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The moral of the story folks: buy 'em now if you plan on making a trip to Ann Arbor this year. They don't get 100,000 people in there every Saturday by waiting around.

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