Ohio State football spring game: What you need to know about buying tickets

Bill Rabinowitz

Ohio State football's spring game is this Saturday and if you are looking to buy tickets, here's what you need to know.

General admission will be $5. A limited number of reserved club seats are available for $15.

The spring game, which will start at noon, will be the first chance for Buckeye fans to watch quarterback Justin Fields. The former five-star prospect transferred from Georgia and is the front-runner to replace Dwayne Haskins Jr. It will also be the first action for redshirt freshman quarterback Matthew Baldwin, who didn’t play last year as he recovered from knee surgery.

Fans are encouraged to buy tickets early. Because of construction at the north end of C Deck, seating capacity will be reduced.

The link to purchase tickets is They can also be purchased in person at the OSU Athletics Ticket Office or by calling 1-800-GOBUCKS (select option 3). Group tickets for $4 apiece (minimum of 50) are available by calling the same number (select option 2).

Children under 6 are admitted free in general admission areas. OSU students also are admitted free with a valid OSU ID.

If you want to watch it from home, you can catch it on the Big Ten Network. And you listen to it on 97.1 The Fan.


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