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General Ticket and Account Information
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General Ticket and Account Information

What is the age limit for my child to get in free?
Children two and under are admitted free of charge, provided they sit on your lap and do not interfere with other fans' game experience. Children three years of age and over require a ticket to all Husky sports events.

What are accessibility options for guests with disabilities?
In accordance with federal ADA requirements, easy access and wheelchair seating options are available on both a season and single game basis. Please contact the Husky Ticket Office at (206) 543-2200 for specific seating options and availability. 

When do doors/gates open for Husky sports?
Football: 2 hours before kickoff
Basketball: 1 hour before tipoff
Volleyball: 1 hour before first game
Soccer: 1 hour before game
Gymnastics: 1 hour before meet
Softball: 1 hour before first pitch
Baseball: 1 hour before first pitch

I can't find my tickets, what do I do?
Customers who have purchased single game or mini-plan tickets through the Husky Ticket Office may call 206-543-2200 to request a reprint of their tickets for $5 per ticket.  Only the primary account holder may request their tickets be reprinted; however, they may leave the tickets at Will Call for anyone to pick up.

The Husky Ticket Office reserves the right to decline any ticket replacement or reprint request.

What kinds of payment do you accept?

The Husky Ticket Office accepts cash, check, Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express.

May I return tickets purchased from the Husky Ticket Office?
All Husky ticket sales are final. There are no refunds, cancellations or exchanges. The University of Washington reserves the right to change game times, dates or locations with no refunds. 

How do I request ticket information for future Husky events?
Sign up for the Husky mailing list below. As a rule of thumb, the next season's ticket information is released and posted once available at GoHuskies.com

Click here to sign up for the mailing list.

What can I do with unused tickets?

If season ticket holders wish to donate their tickets, the local Ronald McDonald House is always grateful for your donation:

5130 40th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98105
(206) 838-0600
Website: www.rmhcseattle.org

Unused tickets are not accepted by the Husky Ticket Office for resale or refund.

I am UW Faculty/Staff, do I get a discount?
Eligible UW Faculty/Staff may purchase up to two (2) Football and Basketball season tickets at the Faculty/Staff discount of 20%. If additional season tickets (more than two) are desired, they will be subject to the full public season ticket price. In order to verify your status, the Husky Ticket Office will annually audit those Faculty/Staff receiving the discount.  

Qualifications for the Faculty/Staff discount are:

  • Employed through the UW (Seattle, Bothell, and Tacoma campuses) and working 50% or more of a FTE or
  • Retired through the UW system or
  • Be the surviving spouse of a UW employee or retiree as per the qualifications above 

How do I change the contact information on my account?
Address changes may only be done with a written request to the Husky Ticket Office by the primary account holder. An address change must include:

Account Name
Account #
Old Address
New Address
Account Holder Signature

Changes may be mailed, faxed, or hand delivered to the Husky Ticket Office. Address or other account updates may also be sent via email ONLY from the primary account holder to tickets@uw.edu

Address changes will not be accepted over the phone.

Click here to view the Address Change form.

Can I add a name or change the name on my ticket account?
Only spouses may be added onto an existing account at the request of the primary account holder. Any other name changes are done only in the event of a Priority Transfer. 

How do I transfer my season ticket account?
All account transfers 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.

Please contact us at 206-543-2200 or tickets@uw.edu to get Priority Transfer paperwork sent to you.

What are the transfer policies?

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 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 Transfer
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.

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 at 206-543-2200. 

What is the Tyee Club?
In 1976, the "Tyee Club" was established to create greater interest and financial support for all of Washington's athletic programs.  The continued support and growth of the Tyee Program is vital to the current and future success of UW student-athletes. Providing meaningful scholarship support and first class facilities to our current and prospective student-athletes are critical to remain competitive on a national level.

The best season tickets are purchased through the Tyee Club and require a per-seat annual contribution to Husky Athletics. Tyee seats are allocated in accordance with the priority point system. 

Click here  for more information on the Tyee Club and Tyee Priority Point System.

What happens if I cancel my season tickets?

Non-Tyee: If you choose not to renew 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 based on first year priority status. 

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 toward calculating your new season ticket priority.

I have a question that is not answered here. How can I get an answer?
The best way to get your question answered is to email us at tickets@uw.edu or to call the Husky Ticket Office at (206) 543-2200.

Will Call

As a service to our customers, the Husky Ticket Office offers a Will Call window for guests to pick up tickets purchased within seven (7) days of the event, or to leave tickets for third party pick up.

The Husky Ticket Office is not responsible for any misplaced or unused third party will call tickets.

Valid picture identification is required for any ticket pick up. Will Call tickets will only be released to the name on the Will Call envelope.

When is Will Call Open?
The Husky Ticket Office operates Will Call at the Graves Building (3910 Montlake Blvd) during regular office hours, M - F 8:30 - 5:00. Will Call is transferred to the appropriate venue's ticket office for every event.

Husky Stadium
Ticket Office/Will Call is located near the NW corner of the stadium.
The Box Office opens 3.5 hours prior to game time and closes middle of the 3rd Quarter.

Gates open 2 hours prior to game time 

Alaska Airlines Arena
Southwest entrance (windows on right hand side of the doors)
Will Call is open:

1.5 hours prior to game time until the end of halftime (basketball)
1.5 hours prior to game time until the end of second game (volleyball)
1 hour prior to meet time until the second rotation (gymnastics)

Doors open 1 hour prior to game/meet time for all events

Husky Soccer Field
Northwest Entrance
Will Call is open 1 hour prior to game time until the end of halftime

Gates open 1 hour prior to game time 

Husky Baseball Field
West Entrance
Will Call is open 1 hour prior to game time until the end of the 5th inning

Gates open 1 hour prior to game time

Husky Softball Field
Homeplate Entrance
Will call is open 1 hour prior to game time until the end of the 4th inning

Gates open 1 hour prior to game time

UW Student Tickets

Why doesn't my student number work online to purchase student season tickets?
New students are required to activate their account with the Husky Ticket Office. They must call or come into the Husky Ticket Office before purchasing online. Returning students should already be in the Ticket Office computer system and can order tickets online by clicking "Log-In" under the students menu on the main ticket homepage at GoHuskies.com/Tickets. Students should then follow the directions on the screen to find their account ID and password.

Students who have graduated or who are no longer matriculating students at the UW are no longer eligible to purchase student season tickets. 

How many tickets can students purchase?
Students can purchase one student-priced ticket per each charged event. This also includes away game purchases if there is a student rate.

Exception:  If the student is married or has a domestic partner, they may then purchase an additional student ticket. Students may not order the additional ticket online, but instead they must mail, fax or deliver the "Student Season Ticket" order form to the Husky Ticket Office. A copy of the marriage/partner certificate is required ANNUALLY before the tickets are released. Marriage/domestic partner certificates are not kept on file at the Husky Ticket Office. 

Which events can students attend for free?
UW students may enter for free with their student ID (Husky Card) to any regular season game for soccer, volleyball, gymnastics, women's basketball, softball, and baseball.  Post-season, NCAA, and special events are not free to students.

How do I receive my student season tickets?
Football and Men's Basketball Dawg Pack tickets are now "ticketless." Current registration for UW classes and a Husky Card are required to purchase season tickets, as well as to enter all UW events.

Student away game tickets must be purchased in-person at the Husky Ticket Office with presentation of a valid Husky Card.

What are accessibility options for students with disabilities?
In accordance with ADA requirements, easy access and wheelchair seating options are available on both a season and single game basis. Please contact the Husky Ticket Office at (206) 543-2200 for specific seating options and availability.

How do I enter the student sections at events?
Students are required to show or swipe their valid student Husky Cards at the student gate for entry. 

How do I get student single game tickets?

Students who do not have student season tickets may purchase single game student tickets to Husky Football and Men's basketball games beginning two Mondays in advance of each home game.  Tickets must be purchased in person at the Husky Ticket Office by showing their Husky Card. Each student with a valid Husky card is limited to purchasing one student ticket per person. Students may not purchase tickets at the student rate for any other student.

Where do I get my Student ID/Husky Card?
Husky Cards can be picked up at the Husky Card Account & ID Center located on the ground floor of Odegaard Undergraduate Library between the hours of 8am-5pm, Monday-Friday. State or Federally issued identification and student identification number will be required for pick up. Please note that high school ID's will NOT be accepted. More information can be found here.

Where can I find the student season ticket policies?
Click Here for student season ticket policies.  Students purchasing student season tickets must agree to these policies BEFORE purchasing their tickets.

Football Tickets

How do I pay for my season tickets?
Football Season Ticket Holders are sent renewal invoices annually for ticket payment. Ticket renewals are typically mailed in late January with season ticket payment due in early March. Tyee members are invoiced separately for their annual seat related donation. Tyee renewals are typically mailed in December.

Tyee and Ticket payments must be made separately if paying by check.

What can I bring into the game?
Click here to see our stadium game-day policies 

When will you know kickoff times?
Known kickoff times are listed in advance of the season.  All other times can be announced as late as 6-12 days in advance of the game due to television rights as negotiated by the Pac-12 Conference.  Please visit www.gohuskies.com to see all game time updates.

Are ticket totals included in the Tyee payment?
No. Tyee payments and ticket payments must be made separately due to university donation requirements. Tyee payments should be submitted to the Tyee Office and ticket payments should be submitted to the Husky Ticket Office. If you choose to pay by check, two separate checks must be written, one for the season ticket cost and one for the Tyee seat-related gift. 

I lost my season tickets, what do I do?

If you are a Football Season Ticket Holder you may log into your online Husky Account Manager, and reprint or forward your tickets to a friend for a small convenience charge.

Other customers who have purchased their tickets through the Husky Ticket Office may call 206-543-2200 to request that their tickets be reprinted for $5 each.  Only the primary account holder may request that their tickets be reprinted. They may leave their tickets for anyone to pick up at Will Call.

The Husky Ticket Office reserves the right to decline any ticket replacemen/reprint request. 

What are accessibility options for guests with disabilities?
In accordance with ADA requirements, easy access and wheelchair seating options are available on both a season and single game basis. Please contact the Husky Ticket Office at (206) 543-2200 for specific seating options and availability. 

How do I get to a Husky Football game? And what are the parking prices?
Click here for all Game Day Parking and Transportation information.

How can I improve my football seats?
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 based on customer priority. For information on Tyee Club seat improvements, click HERE.

Can I purchase additional football season tickets?

Season ticket holders may purchase additional season tickets. Additional season tickets are considered a new purchase, and therefore may not be placed with the current season tickets unless the account holder is willing to move to a new location.

When are football season tickets mailed?
Husky Football season tickets are typically mailed in mid-August.

When will Husky Football single game tickets be mailed?
Single game tickets ordered prior to the season are mailed in mid-August separately from your season tickets. Single game ticket orders placed after the season begins are mailed within 3 business days of the order. Orders placed within one week of the game are only available for pick-up at Will Call.

How do I purchase football away game tickets?
The ONLY way to purchase away game tickets from the University of Washington is to be a season ticket holder, a mini-plan holder, or a standing member of the Big "W" Club. If there is remaining availability, UW Alumni Association members will have access to purchase away game tickets through the UWAA office.

When will football away game tickets be mailed?
Away game tickets are mailed approximately 16 days prior to each game. Away game tickets also become available at Will Call at the Husky Ticket Office at this same time. 

Basketball Tickets

How do I pay for my season tickets?
Men's Basketball Season Ticket Holders are generally invoiced in early June with payment due in mid-July.  Tyee members are invoiced separately for their annual seat related donation in May.

Tyee Club  seat-related gifts and Ticket payments must be made separately if paying by check. 

Are ticket totals included in the Tyee payment?
No. Tyee payments and ticket payments must be made separately due to university donation requirements. Tyee payments should be submitted to the Tyee Office and ticket payments should be submitted to the Husky Ticket Office. If you choose to pay by check, two separate checks must be written, one for the season ticket cost and one for the Tyee donations. 

I can't find my season tickets, what do I do?

If you are a Men's Basketball Season Ticket Holder you may log into your online Husky Account Manager, and reprint or forward your tickets to a friend for a small convenience charge. 

Other customers who have purchased their tickets through the Husky Ticket Office may call 206-543-2200 to request that their tickets be reprinted for $5 each.  Only the primary account holder may request that their tickets be reprinted. Tickets may be left at Will Call for pick-up.

The Husky Ticket Office reserves the right to decline any ticket replacemen/reprint request.

What are accessibility options for guests with disabilities?
In accordance with ADA requirements, easy access and wheelchair seating options are available on both a season and single game basis. Please contact the Husky Ticket Office at (206) 543-2200 for specific seating options and availability.

When are Husky Basketball season tickets mailed?
Husky Basketball season tickets are typically mailed mid-October.

When are Husky Basketball single game tickets mailed?
Depending on the date of the game, single game tickets ordered prior to the season are mailed in early-November. Single game ticket orders made after the season begins are mailed within 3 business days of the order. 

Can I purchase additional basketball season tickets?
Yes, season ticket holders may purchase additional season tickets. Additional season tickets are considered a new purchase and therefore may not be placed with the current season tickets unless the account holder is willing to move to a new location.

How can I improve my basketball seats?
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 based on customer priority. For information on Tyee Club seat improvements, click HERE.

How do I purchase a seat with a back?
Depending on demand and availability, chairback and bleacher with back seats are available as season tickets as well as single game tickets for non-conference and Pac-12 conference games.  Contact the Husky Ticket Office for specific seat information at (206) 543-2200. 

For more information on becoming a Basketball Tyee Club member please call the Tyee Club at (206) 543-2234 or visit The Tyee Club online.

How do I purchase basketball away game tickets?
A limited number of tickets are made available to visiting teams. If you are a Tyee season ticket holder, please contact the Tyee Office at (206) 543-2234 to check availability. Non-Tyee members should contact the host school.

How do I purchase Pac-12 Tournament tickets?
Pac-12 Tournament tickets are sold as all-session passes through the Husky Ticket Office to all fans.  All-session passes are allocated in accordance with the Pac-12 and UW Post-Season Ticket Distribution Policy. Single game/session tickets are sold at the venue on the day of event based on availability. 

How do I purchase NCAA Tournament tickets?
The University of Washington only receives NCAA Tournament tickets to the games in which the Huskies are participating. Ticket information will be sent to season ticket holders in early March, if applicable. NCAA Tournament tickets are allocated in accordance with the NCAA and UW Post-Season Ticket Distribution Policy. 

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