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Here’s how and when to buy single-game Ohio State football tickets

Ohio State fans (or anyone else) looking to purchase single-game tickets for football games this fall can do so beginning at 10 a.m. Friday.

They may be purchased from Ticketmaster by phone (800-745-3000) or online (www.ticketmaster.com). 

The Ohio State University Athletics Ticket Office at the Schottenstein Center will also have them available. 

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Prices vary for each of the seven home games with the cheapest being a B-deck or top four rows of C-deck ticket for the Tulane game ($54) and the most expensive being $222 for a box seat for the Michigan game. 

(Service charges also apply.) 

Here’s look at the prices for each level for each game, via Ohio State’s official team website

The Buckeyes are the defending Big Ten champions and figure to be among the favorites to make the College Football Playoff this fall

They open the season at home against Oregon State on Sept. 1 at Ohio Stadium. 

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