Feb. 3, 2017
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Tickets for the 2017 AdvoCare Classic football game between the University of Michigan and the University of Florida will go on sale Feb. 20.
The Saturday, Sept. 2, game between the Wolverines and Gators will take place at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, with a kickoff time yet to be determined.
Each school has exclusive access to seats within its respective cheering section. Tickets in the Michigan section will be available through the Michigan Ticket Office with a pre-sale starting on Monday, Feb. 20. Priority point totals as of Jan. 31, 2017 will be used to determine access days for all users.
- Monday, Feb. 20: 500 or more points
- Tuesday, Feb. 21: 250 or more points
- Wednesday, Feb. 22: 150 or more points
- Thursday, Feb. 23: 100 or more points
- Friday, Feb. 24: 1 or more point
- Monday, Feb. 27: Public Sale (pending availability)
Pending availability, all remaining tickets would go on sale to the public starting Monday, Feb. 27.
Students will be able to purchase one ticket during the away game sale in April. More information will be emailed in March when student tickets go on sale.
The deadline for new donations to become a Michigan season ticket holder is April 28, 2017. Donors to Michigan Athletics who give $150 or more have the first opportunity to purchase any available season tickets to home Michigan football games. » Learn More
Michigan's home opener is set for Sept. 9 against Cincinnati. The Wolverines will play their Big Ten Conference home opener Oct. 7 vs. Michigan State.
Official AdvoCare Classic Alumni Tour
As always, the Alumni Association is the place for alumni travel as it will be hosting the exclusive official 2017 AdvoCare Classic Tour and Tailgate. This year, a land-only tour package as well as a pre-game tailgate will be open to all alumni. Information and registration is available at umalumni.com/kickofftour. Please call 877-513-2320 with questions or to make a reservation over the phone. The Alumni Association can also assist with air travel reservations.
Communications Contact: Kurt Svoboda