Ohio State football ticket prices will be on the rise again.
Ohio State's Board of Trustees voted earlier today to raise ticket prices for the 2019 season. The price hike will impact both season tickets for the general public, as well as total overall ticket prices.
From the release:
The schedule for the 2019 season offers Florida Atlantic and Miami (Ohio) games in the lowest pricing tier, for $60 and $65, respectively; and Penn State and Wisconsin in the highest pricing tier, at $198 and $170, respectively, per ticket.
Overall, season tickets for members of the public will cost $63 more than they did for the current season, and $58 more in total season ticket prices. The current student ticket price of $34 per game will continue at least through the 2020 season.
Ohio State does feature some marquee Big Ten matchups next season, getting Michigan State, Wisconsin, and Penn State in Columbus. The Buckeyes will also take on Lane Kiffin and FAU, as well as Luke Fickell and Cincinnati, in the non-conference portion of the schedule.
This new hike is in response to last season, when the university lowered season ticket prices by $50.
The student ticket prices will remain the same, at $34 per game.