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Spring Game Tickets On Sale March 1
Prices are $18, $12 and $5; OSU students are free; all seats are reserved
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Tickets for Ohio State’s 2013 LIFESports Spring Game, presented by Nationwide and set for April 13 at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, will go on sale March 1. Prices for the 1 p.m. game will be $18 for club seats, $12 for general reserved seats and $5 for ages 2-6 with children under the age of 2 admitted free.
All seats are reserved seats. Fans interested in purchasing tickets can do so starting March 1 online at OhioStateBuckeyes.com, charge by phone at 1-800-745-3000, in person at the Athletics Ticket Office in the Schottenstein Center, or at any Ticketmaster location.
Ohio State students will receive free admission in designated student sections. Specific details will be communicated directly to students by March 1.
Ohio Stadium is under renovation, prompting the change of venue for the spring game. Paul Brown Stadium opened in 2000 and has a seating capacity of 66,319, including 7,600 club seats.
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Boy Steve I really have the urge to shoot the messenger here on these Bullshit Paul Brown Prices but I know you didn't set them Die u greedy bastards Die I said!!!!
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"I simply can not have Degeneration X (Rant participants) roaming the hallways and going upper tank in my office"..Cdiddy
Are these prices because of it being held at Paul Brown or can we as fans expect for the spring game prices to continue to go up.
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Yes and probably!!!
Can't make it this year...I really hope there will be TV coverage.
Doubt if they draw 40,000 this year. Won't be the same atmosphere.
Possibly, weather could play a major role. There is a ton of excitement for this upcoming year, nice weather, fill the damn thing up. We are "buckNUTS!"
You might be surprised!
When does spring ball start?
Paul Brown isn't free or cheap and will have concessions ran by Paul brown and crew. No parking, concession or attendees money is why ticket prices will be there.
They should invite every single Cincinnati kid with a pulse who plays football so they can get more osu love in cincy. They are brainwashed into think what happens at nippert stadium is real cfb and they need to see the light.
I mean I enjoy football as much as the next guy and I've had some fun at a wittenberg game but it's not the same as osu.
We can all remember when it was free, then it went to $5 and so on. Yeah, they are charging $18, but there are some logistics.
They can't use Ohio Stadium without stopping the work and fixing it so they can use the stadium during that project. That's a waste of money/energy/time.
It does cost money to get an alternative facility as well as to travel all the people and equipment down to Cincinnati.
A family of 4 can get to this game for under $100 -- what it costs 1 person roughly to go to a regular season game at OSU. My guess and hope is they priced this game to cover their costs and not to gouge fans. It's football in April. That's priceless, right?
Have not heard what BTN's coverage plans will be that weekend. My guess is it's on live TV, like it has been last couple of years.
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