The Michigan football program announced season and individual ticket prices for seven home games in the 2015 season, in a press release Tuesday from the University.
After previously engaging in a dynamic priced ticket model, Michigan is doing away with that strategy which was designed to alter single game ticket price based on supply and demand.
"We are making the changes to our individual ticket options based on feedback from our fans," said David Ablauf, Associate Athletic Director for Football Communications.
"This variable pricing structure creates more options to accommodate the various priorities of our dedicated fans. The new pricing model was developed following fan feedback and analysis of ticket sales patterns."
Season ticket prices remain $455, which would save fans roughly $90 if the tickets were bought individually. Single game tickets will go on sale in July.
Individual game tickets are listed below:
Game Date End Zone Maize/Blue Victors/Valiant
Oregon State Sept. 12 $80 $90 $100
UNLV Sept. 19 $55 $65 $75
Brigham Young Sept. 26 $80 $90 $100
Northwestern (HC) Oct. 10 $75 $85 $95
Michigan State Oct. 17 $95 $105 $115
Rutgers Nov. 7 $65 $75 $85
Ohio State Nov. 28 $95 $105 $115