Ticket Policies and Forms
Admittance: Each person is required to have a ticket for entry regardless of age to all events requiring an admission charge.
Transfer of Tickets: Season ticket holder privileges may only be transferred to a spouse of a season ticket holder, or to a surviving spouse in the event of death. Such privileges cannot be transferred to children of a season ticket holder or anyone else during the lifetime or after the death of the season ticket holder.
Please Note: Priority Point totals, parking permits, and donation histories cannot be transferred to anyone. If a season ticket holder wants to retain away/postseason ticket and/or parking privileges, he or she must retain at least one season ticket in their account.
• Season Ticket Transfer Information
Change of Name: Due to the above transfer policy, only a spouse's name can be added to your account. To do so, please send us a written request signed by you and a copy of your marriage certificate. To remove a spouse's name, please send us a notarized written request signed by both of you or a certified copy of your divorce papers.
Change of Address: Address changes should be done online at mgoblue.com/tickets. This can be done by signing in to use your account and using the "My Account" option. Otherwise, print out the Change of Address Form, fill it out, and either fax or mail the completed form along with a legible copy of your current driver's license or state ID that includes a signature, to the ticket office. Please note that tickets cannot be forwarded and will be returned to the Ticket Office. The deadline for change of address forms for football season ticket holders is the June 1 prior to the upcoming season. If you have any questions call the Ticket Office at 866-296-6849.
Other: Tickets not purchased through the Michigan Ticket Office, StubHub or through the University's authorized agents are not considered valid and the holder may be denied admission or ejected. StubHub is the only authorized site through which a resale of tickets may be conducted. Tickets cannot be used for third party contests or sweepstakes without approval by the University of Michigan Athletic Department.
Attempting to sell or solicit the sale of a ticket(s) (even at face value) on campus without a permit violates University policy.
Still have a question? E-mail the Ticket Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. (ET),
Monday through Friday
1000 South State Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109