Ohio State announces football ticket prices for home schedule for six games in 2023

If you plan to attend Ohio State football games during the 2023 season, you can now decide how much to pay.

Ohio State announced ticket prices for all six home football games for next season on Thursday, as well as prices for its season ticket packages. Season ticket prices for the general public range from $398 in the cheapest seating zone to $944 in the most expensive seating zone, as Ohio State will continue to sell tickets for each game as six different price points based on seating.

As for individual games, Ohio State’s Oct. 21 game against Penn State will be the most expensive ticket, with single-game ticket prices ranging from $119 to $308. The cheapest games to attend will be the two non-conference home games against Youngstown State and Western Kentucky, which have identical ticket prices ranging from $39 to $101.

Ticket prices for all six games at Ohio Stadium:

Football ticket prices – season 2023

Opponent

Zone 1

Zone 2

Zone 3

Zone 4

Zone 5

Zone 6

Youngstown State (SEPT. 9)

101 USD

90 USD

80 USD

$69

59 USD

39 USD

Western Kentucky (SEPT. 16)

101 USD

90 USD

80 USD

$69

59 USD

39 USD

Maryland (OCT 7)

$153

$137

$121

105 USD

90 USD

59 USD

Penn State (OCT 21)

$308

$276

$244

$212

$181

$119

Michigan State (NOV. 11)

$230

$206

$182

$158

$135

89 USD

Minnesota (NOV 18)

$177

$159

$141

$122

$104

$69

Season Ticket (Public)

$944

$846

$750

$650

$555

$398

Season ticket (faculty/staff)

$774

$693

$615

$533

$456

$325

Season ticket (student)

204 USD

204 USD

In addition to the prices listed above, a contribution per seat for Buckeye Club season tickets in zones 1-5. These contributions will remain the same for 2023 as they were in 2022: $1,500 in Zone 1, $1,000 in Zone 2, $500 in Zone 3, $250 in Zone 4, and $100 in Zone 5.

Ohio State will also charge a conservation fee of $2 per ticket per game in 2023. That fee will be used to fund “ongoing deferred maintenance projects necessary to extend the life of the stadium,” according to Ohio State’s news release. These projects include restroom upgrades, ongoing concrete repair and sealing, field level surface repair and replacement, and painting and new directional signage.

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