For Those with an Extra 65-95k Floating Around....

The WolverineCorrespondent IAugust 27, 2009

ANN ARBOR, MI - SEPTEMBER 27: Steven Threet #10 of the Michigan Wolverines gets ready to throw a fourth quarter pass trailing the Wisconsin Badgers but the Wolverines rallied for a 27-25 win on September 27, 2008 at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

Why not blow it on a one-year subscription to receive a 15-by-28 foot suite at the Big House? After all, you get to bring 15 of your friends, and the windows open if you'd like to hear the crowd noise.

There are 82 suites to choose from, but 58 have been filled to date. They have black granite countertops, two flatscreens, and sleek wood floors and cabinetry. It's a $10,000 reservation deposit, and prices range from $55,000-$85,000 per box. Seems pretty affordable, right?

We did a little math. Assuming you purchase the cheapest suite, there are eight home games in 2009. $65,000/8 = 8125 per game. Let's say you can manage to scrape up 15 friends. (We're doubtful.) 8125/16 = $507.81. That's $507.81 per game per person.

So it's really not THAT bad if you're rich and you can find 15 rich friends. Seriously though, think about it.


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