Ohio State announced this morning it has lowered ticket prices for Saturday’s spring football game to $5.
The game is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. at Ohio Stadium. Parking is free.
“We want everybody who wants to attend the game to be able to come to Ohio Stadium,” Martin Jarmond, executive associate director of athletics, said in a release. “We are encouraged by the weather forecast and we want our fans to come to the ’Shoe and enjoy watching the Buckeyes.”
Proceeds from all ticket sales support both the LiFE Sports program and the Boys and Girls Club. Fans who purchased general admission tickets in advance can donate the price difference to the LiFE Sports program and the Boys and Girls Club, or can get a refund by returning their tickets to the point of purchase beginning Monday.
A ticket to the spring game is good for admission to the Ohio State-Michigan men’s lacrosse match, which starts at 11 a.m. at Ohio Stadium.