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Here's how much Ohio State football tickets will cost next year

bizjournals Tuesday, 19 November 2019
Ohio State football ticket prices will remain unchanged from this year during the 2020 season, pending a vote by the university’s board of trustees later this week. The cost of season tickets for the 2020 season would remain $702 for reserved seats and $851 for box or club seats, according to a proposal on the trustees' agenda. Faculty and staff rates would remain $659, and student rates would remain $238. The university would keep “variable ticket pricing” in effect, which it says “provides…
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