March 30, 2011
Update (4/1/2011): All print-at-home tickets for the Spring Game have been claimed, and entries for the prize drawings are closed. Tickets are not required to attend the Spring Game. Fans may show up on game day and sit in end zone sections 7-17 and 33-39.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Are you interested in the sitting in a prime seat location for the 2011 Michigan Football Spring Game? Would you like to have a chance to win some great door prizes, including a Michigan football helmet autographed by Brady Hoke and two tickets to the first night game in Michigan Stadium history?
The University of Michigan Athletic Department has reserved some of the best seats in the Big House for fans to watch the action on Saturday, April 16, at noon EDT. The annual spring game is free and open to the public, but fans interested in sitting in the best seat locations can go online and sign up for a free print-at-home ticket (limit 10 per household).
Michigan will reserve seats in locations between the 30-yard lines on both sides of the stadium where fans will be seated in the best available location, so the sooner you reserve your seats, the better your seats will be.
Fans that choose the print-at-home option will be guaranteed a reserved seat in one of above sections at the stadium (while supplies last) and will be entered into a drawing for some exclusive Michigan merchandise and game tickets including:
A Michigan Football Helmet Autographed by Brady Hoke
A Football Autographed by the 2011 Coaching Staff
Two (2) tickets to the Michigan-Notre Dame Game
A Desmond Howard Autographed Jersey
The Mott Spring Game is free and fans do not need to have a print-at-home ticket to attend.
Club and suite holders are automatically entered into the raffle and there is a limit of 10 tickets per person.
Media Contact: David Ablauf (734) 763-4423
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