Want to see football history? Here’s what tickets cost for Michigan-Ohio State in Columbus

ANN ARBOR, MI – Michigan and Ohio State matters every year. It just matters a little bit more this Saturday.

In a rivalry that almost every year determines the Big Ten Championship, the 2022 edition of The Game takes on added historical significance. Both teams are 11-0 Entering the Nov. 26 Showdown for just the second time in series history, only matched by the famous No. 1 vs. No. 2 Matchups of 2006.

On top of that, the Winner (assuming a win over the Big Ten West division Champions the next week) will win a conference title and a berth in the College Football Playoff. With all of this in mind, the tickets to see The Game in Columbus on Saturday are hotter than the intense fiery hatred both rivals have for each other.

These are ticket prices from secondary markets as recently as Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 22. Prices are subject to change.

The cheapest seats in Ohio Stadium, otherwise known as the Horseshoe, on StubHub are in the corner of the southern deck for $300. The cheapest tickets on the sideline are $722.

The most expensive StubHub tickets are $6,750 are box or club seats on either sideline near midfield.

On Ticket City, the cheapest seat available is in the middle of the southern deck for $302. Anywhere on either sideline goes for more than $1,000.

Prices are a little down on Vivid Seats, as tickets in the middle of the southern deck are going for $283. The cheapest sideline ticket is $965 around the 10-yard line on the Ohio State team’s sideline.

Seatgeek is also a less expensive option, as the southern deck seats start at $259.

All of these secondary market websites have additional fees placed on top of the listed ticket prices. One website that doesn’t is Megaseats. The cheapest tickets are $392 and range all the way up to $13,845.

The Wolverines kick off against the Buckeyes at noon on Saturday., and the game will be aired on FOX. According to Pickswise, Ohio State is an 8.5-point favorite.

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