Michigan’s athletic department issued a warning last week that fans should be on the lookout for counterfeit tickets for Saturday’s game against Michigan State, and now we have our first sighting of the fake tickets.
These tickets are more than a bit off, and the difference isn’t hard to spot.
— Matthew Altruda (@TreeTownSound) October 3, 2017
“MICHIGAN FOOTBALL vs. Micgigan” just isn’t right. Among other red flags should be the fact that these tickets don’t actually say “Michigan State” anywhere on them.
The Athletic Ticket Office has already seen instances of counterfeit tickets for the game. Fans presenting counterfeit tickets will not be admitted and with no inventory available for the game, the ticket office will not be able to assist fans that attempt to enter with invalid tickets.
Here’s another helpful reminder. Game times often aren’t announced before tickets are printed, so if you see tickets with game times on them, you should be suspicious:
Reminder: if you come across tickets with a kickoff time listed, they're probably fake. https://t.co/CG48tMRerF
— Aaron McMann (@AaronMcMann) October 3, 2017
Michigan and Michigan State kick off at 7:30 p.m. on ABC. If you’re still looking for tickets, stay vigilant.
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