Parking & Points
To show our appreciation, we are pleased to offer donors the opportunity to park and tailgate in the Athletic Department parking lots surrounding Michigan Stadium, Crisler Center, and Yost Ice Arena.
One of the exclusive experiences offered to our donors is the opportunity to park in the Athletic Department parking lots surrounding Michigan Stadium for home games. Due to your loyal support, we have over 24,000 season ticket holders but unfortunately, we only have 1,700 parking spots available. Since 2005, we have utilized our Priority Point system to equitably allocate our limited inventory of parking passes.
We will utilize point totals as of February 1, 2017 to allocate parking. All donations made by this date will be included in point totals prior to the assignment of parking lots. Below you will find our estimated point totals to be offered parking in each lot for the 2017 football season.
|Lot Name||Estimated Points||Cost|
|Champions Lot||$25,000 Athletic annual giving / Suite Holders||$360 ($60/game)|
|Blue Lot (car)||875||$300 ($50/game)|
|Grey Lot||640||$240 ($40/game)|
|Brown Lot (car)||200||$120 ($20/game)|
|Blue Lot (RV)||775||
Accessible Parking: As in previous years, we will have a limited number of accessible season parking passes for persons with disabilities available for purchase by our season ticket holders in the Champions and Blue Lots. Additional accessible parking will continue to be available on a game day cash basis. All parking for persons with disabilities requires a State-issued Disability Parking Placard.
There are a limited number of season parking passes available to our donors for Men’s Basketball home games. For our premium seat holders, we offer parking in the Maize Lot. For all other season ticket holders, Blue Lot parking is offered based on priority points. For the 2016-17 season, the minimum point total to be offered Blue Lot parking was 215 points.
We do have a limited number of accessible season parking passes for persons with disabilities available for purchase by our season ticket holders in the Blue and Stadium Convenience lots. Once our allotment of season accessible passes has been exhausted, additional accessible parking will continue to be available on a game day cash basis in the Stadium Convenience Lot. All parking for person with disabilities requires a State-issued Disability Placard.
Donors with premium seating for Michigan Ice Hockey will be offered the opportunity to purchase a season parking pass in a reserved section of the Grey Lot, based on availability and priority points. All other season ticket holders can purchase game day parking on a first come, first serve basis.