Kids Go Blue App Available for Wolverine Kids Club

The University of Michigan is offering a new app to supplement the Kids Club program for Wolverine fans in sixth grade or under (Per NCAA Compliance regulations, kids in 6th grade and younger are eligible to join the Kids Club. As members complete the 6th grade, they will automatically graduate from the Kids Club.)

The program has two options. 

The Blue Membership is a free option that allows kids to have access to the app and loyalty program, free tickets to certain University of Michigan athletic events, personalized messages from the athletics department, and a discount offer at M Den. 

The Maize membership costs $35 (per child registered for the program, paid annually via manual or automatic renewal.) and includes everything from the Blue Membership plus a T-shirt, pennant, water bottle, VIP pass, lanyard and mini foam football.. 

Tickets to the events will still need to be purchased online through mgoblue.com/tickets prior to the event to receive access to the Wolverine Kids Club ticket offers; the Kids Club offers are not available on-site or at box offices.

The mobile application allows for Kids Club members, especially those who do not live in Washtenaw County or surrounding areas, to still be a part of the Kids Club community. 

Within the app, members can participate in trivia and polls, exclusive content and contests, receive digital birthday cards, and more. 

“We love the Kids Club app,” mom of two Kids Club members Sarah P. said in a Kids Club flyer. “We live in Syracuse, New York, and could only get to three to four games a year, so it was really hard for my kids to do a lot with the Kids Club before the app.”  

Join the Kids Club HERE and learn more about the program HERE.

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