If you want to watch an elite Big Ten team as a student, you’ll have to pay up.
Scout.com put together a list of student season ticket prices for each Big Ten school, with Ohio State the most expensive at $252. The top seven teams in the Big Ten have costs of at least $20 per game, with the Buckeyes and Penn State topping $30.
Not all ticket package prices are created equal, after all. Most Big Ten teams have seven home games in 2016, but a few, like Michigan and Nebraska, have eight, giving students more value for their cost.
Scout compiled student ticket prices for the rest of the Power 5 conference schools, as well. The top of the Big Ten has the most expensive tickets of any league.
Big Ten student season ticket prices
Ohio State, $252 for seven games, $36 per game
Penn State, $214 for seven games, $30.5 per game
Michigan, $200 for eight games, $25 per game
Michigan State, $180 for seven games, $25.7 per game
Iowa, $175 for seven games, $25 per game
Nebraska, $166 for eight games, $20.75 per game
Wisconsin, $144 for six games, $24 per game
Purdue, $99 (includes basketball) for seven football games, $14 per game
Rutgers, $99 for seven games, $14 per game
Minnesota, $90 for seven games, $13 per game
Indiana, $70 for seven games, $10 per game
Illinois, $60 for eight games, $7.50 per game
Maryland, $0 (included in tuition)
Northwestern, $0 (included in tuition)