HUSKY TICKET OFFICE POLICIES
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• Ticket Replacements
• Season Ticket Cancellations
• Ticket Refunds
• Student Season Tickets
• UW Faculty/Staff Season Tickets
• Non-Tyee Seat Improvements
• Additional Season Tickets
• Season Ticket Account Transfers
• Football Away Game Tickets
• Change of Address
Lost or stolen tickets to UW Football and Men's Basketball home games may be replaced under the following circumstances:
• The replacement request is made by the primary account holder.
• The replaced tickets are left at Will Call for pick up, replacements will not be mailed. Picture ID will be required for release of the replacement tickets.
• A $5 per ticket replacement fee will be collected at the time of the request.
• After a replacement request has been made, the original tickets are no longer valid for entry and seating.
• The Husky Ticket Office reserves the right to decline any ticket replacement request.
Non-Tyee:If you choose to cancel Non-Tyee season tickets, your account priority, which is earned through consecutive years of season ticket purchase, will be forfeited. If you choose to purchase season tickets in future seasons, your new seats would be assigned to a first year priority location.
Tyee:If you choose to cancel Tyee season tickets, you will forfeit your consecutive years of season ticket purchase points. If you choose to purchase Tyee season tickets in the future, your previous donations would apply to calculate your new season ticket priority points.
All Husky ticket sales are final. There are no refunds, cancellations or exchanges. The University of Washington reserves the right to change game time, date or locations with no refunds.
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Eligible UW Faculty/Staff may purchase up to two (2) season tickets at the Faculty/Staff discounted rate. If additional season tickets (more than two) are desired, they will be subject to the full public season ticket price. In order to receive this discount, the Husky Ticket Office Faculty/Staff verification form must be completed annually. UW Faculty/Staff may also elect to pay for season tickets through payroll deduction if requested by applicable deadlines. Contact the ticket office for details.
Non-Tyee season ticket holder seats are allocated by consecutive years of season ticket purchase. Specific requests (including same seats) must be submitted with each renewal application. Otherwise the Husky Ticket Office will consider general seating improvements within customer priority.
Tyee Reallocation Schedule
Tyee season tickets are reallocated on a regular basis. Reallocation means that Tyee season ticket holders are re-seated in accordance with the Tyee priority point system.
2010 - Alaska Airlines Arena
2011 - North side of Husky Stadium
2012- South side of Husky Stadium
How Tyee Priority Points are Calculated
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Non-Tyee:Season ticket holders may purchase additional season tickets. Additional season tickets are considered a new purchase, and therefore will not be placed with the current season tickets unless the account holder is willing to move to a new location.
Tyee: Tyee season ticket holders may purchase additional season tickets; however it will affect their priority point status and potential seat location.
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All season ticket account transfer requests must be submitted in writing and signed by the current season ticket holder or their legal representative supported by such legal documentation as the Husky Ticket Office may reasonably request. The Husky Ticket Office reserves the right to refuse any account transfer request. Transfer requests will not be processed during the football renewal period, between the months of January and April.
Full Priority Transfer
A public season account holder may transfer, without forfeiture of any account priority, all or any portion of their account priority in the account to:
• A spouse, or former spouse in the event of divorce or death
• An individual if the season ticket account is held by a corporation or legal entity
50% Priority Public Transfer
A public season account holder may transfer their priority to an immediate family member (defined as a parent, sibling, child, or grandchild) which would result in a forfeiture of 50% of the account priority. A 50% loss in priority will often result in a change of seat location
Faculty/Staff accounts fall under the same policy as stated above. If a Faculty/Staff transfer is made to a person who does not qualify as UW Faculty/Staff they must pay the full public reserved season ticket price.
One of many Husky Football Season Ticket benefits is priority to purchase football tickets at away games. Each year, season ticket holders will be notified in late spring on how to order away game tickets. After the priority deadline passes, the Husky Ticket Office will release tickets for sale to UWAA members (and possibly other groups) dependent upon demand for each game. UWAA members will be required to contact the UWAA office to place such orders (typically mid-June). Away game tickets will not be sold to the general public. General public ticket requests should be directed to the host school's ticket office.
Away game ticket locations are most likely in the end zones or less desirable locations in each stadium. Specific seat locations are allocated in customer priority. Each season ticket holder has a priority calculation which is determined by Tyee contributor status and consecutive years of purchase. All other orders are allocated by date of order.
Ticket requests will be confirmed shortly after the priority deadline. Away game tickets are allocated and mailed 16 days prior to each game date. Season ticket holders can order up to 8 away game tickets in their priority. Any order over 8 will be placed outside of their priority. Season ticket holders may forfeit priority in order to place more than 8 tickets together.
Account address changes must be submitted to the Husky Ticket Office in writing. You may submit your address change on the renewal form, click hereto download the address change form, or send a letter that includes your account name, new information, and signature. Email address changes will be accepted if received directly from the account holder's specific email address on the account. The deadline for receipt of address changes to be completed in time for season ticket mailing is typically June 1. Submit your address changes to:
Husky Ticket Office
101 Graves Building
Seattle, WA 98195-4070
(206) 616-1761 fax