{shortcode-e990ea10557dae00bdbabe9b09cd03edd9d1b5bf} T-minus five days to the best event of the year, Harvard-Yale. For the uninitiated, Harvard-Yale is the biggest football game of the year, and likely the only one that will actually motivate Harvard students to leave their dorms/cave-niches in the libraries and get out to a sporting event.

Over the next couple of days, Flyby is turning into Harvard-Yale HQ. Check back each day for new information about the best way to celebrate Harvard-Yale, and if there are any last-minute changes to the day’s schedule you need to be aware of. Because, if you are anything like us, you likely ignore the Office of Student Life’s weekly rundown of campus events on principle.

Unfortunately, last weekend’s email was kind of important.

Harvard-Yale is a ticketed event, meaning you’ll need to secure your spot in the stadium before Saturday or your eager Yale counterparts might buy you out. To grab a spot in the student section, head to the following dining halls:

Monday, Nov. 14: Eliot and Pfoho (5-7 p.m.)

Tuesday, Nov. 15: Annenberg (from noon-2 p.m.) and the Winn (5-7 p.m.)

Wednesday, Nov. 16: Annenberg (5-7 p.m.)

Thursday, Nov. 17: Quincy (5 p.m.- 7 p.m.)

Or you can pick up tickets at the Murr Center ticket office until Nov. 17, during regular business hours.

And yes, the tickets are free for Harvard students since we’re hosting this year. But, if for some reason you’d like to purchase an extra ticket (let’s say you’re inviting your bae from BC to the big game), we recommend you scour Harvard’s Free and For Sale Facebook group before heading over to the game’s official website. Tickets are $50 a pop, but you can likely find a discount from your peers.