Targeting Recent Grads

June 29, 2018

The Oakland University Athletics Ticket Office will be implementing the department's first ever subscription-based season ticket model for the 2018-19 athletic year. For as low as $15 a month, alumni who have graduated with an Oakland degree between 2009 and 2018 are eligible to participate in this exclusive season ticket offer that admits the buyer into the general admission section of every Oakland University home athletic event at a discounted monthly price.

"Here at Oakland University, we pride ourselves on innovation and creativity," said Director of Ticket Sales and Operations, Alex Mason. "We are thrilled to be the first Horizon League institution to implement a subscription style season ticket model for our young alumni and are excited to see how this new plan will be received by our recent alumni now living and working in Metro Detroit."

The athletic department expects to have approximately 60-70 ticketed events on campus this athletic season (August - May) valued at approximately $600 for full admission price, while the full investment of the Young Alumni Pass is $180. Monthly payment will be processed on the first business day of each month throughout the agreement until the $180 investment is fulfilled. Four payment plan options will be available:

• $15/month for 12 months
• $20/month for 9 months
• $30/month for 6 months
• $180 the day of purchase

The Young Alumni Pass will get the purchaser into every event with a simple show of the card at the main entrance.


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