A 2013-14 Michigan Basketball Tickets Preview

It was a mere six points that decided Michigan’s after last year in Atlanta.  Despite a tremendous tourney run, with heart rate surging victories over Kansas in the Sweet Sixteen and Syracuse in the Final Four, the Wolverines fell just short of the ultimate goal. John Leading scorers Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway, Jr. left for the NBA and coach John Beilein is left with the unenviable task of trying to improve upon a second place finish.

One thing that has stayed consistent has been excitement to see the Wolverines play at the Crisler Center in Ann Arbor with the average price for Michigan basketball tickets increasing 11% this year.  The 2013-14 average ticket price is $9 more than last year’s ($85) so fans are still willing to exchange a pretty significant chunk of change to see the gold and blue play.  The most expensive game this season – by a pretty considerable margin – is the February 23rd date with the Michigan State Spartans.  The average ticket price is $200, $25 higher than the second most expensive game (March 8th vs. Indiana) and the get-in price is currently $100, $21 higher than the Indiana game.

The most expensive non-conference game for Michigan this season occurs on December 14th when the Arizona Wildcats visit.  The average ticket price is $123 with a get-in at $61, 31% above average.  Don’t fret if these prices seem much too expensive for you, there are still a few opportunities to catch the Wolverines for a couple bucks.  December 7th against Houston has a get-in price of only 43 presently and three weeks later, Michigan hosts the Holy Cross Crusaders on a Saturday night.  Tickets for Michigan vs. Holy Cross start at only $7 right now, a perfect holiday gift for the Wolverine fan in your family.

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