Big Ten Championship Tickets for Donors & Season Ticket Holders
The exclusive period for donors to Wisconsin Athletics and football season ticket holders to request Big Ten Championship Game tickets has been extended to Tuesday, November 20 at 4:30 pm. Requests will be accepted here or by calling the Wisconsin Athletic Ticket Office at 1.800.GO.BADGERS.
When requesting Big Ten Championship Game tickets, a credit card (Master Card, Visa, American Express or Discover) is required. Individuals will be charged once a request is filled. No refunds or exchanges will be granted once a request is filled.
Donors and football season ticket holders who do not take advantage of the exclusive request period may order their Big Ten Championship tickets, subject to availability, during the potential general public sale of tickets on Monday, November 26 beginning at 8:30 am. It is important to note the general public sale of Big Ten Championship game tickets is not guaranteed, and will only occur if tickets remain after all donor requests made during the exclusive request period are filled. There is no donor priority when ordering during the general public sale as tickets are sold on a first come, first serve basis.
Update as of November 19: The Big Ten Championship general public sale has been changed and will now take place on Wednesday, November 21 at 8:30 am. There will be a limit of 8 tickets sold to each account. Tickets sold during the general public sale will be in the least desirable seat locations from Wisconsin’s allotment. Requests from donors and football season ticket holders will still be reviewed and seats allocated first by annual giving level and then priority points within each giving level as of October 31, 2012.
REQUEST BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIP GAME TICKETS
Ticket Allocation Process
In order to receive priority consideration, the deadline for donors and season ticket holders to request tickets has been extended to Tuesday, November 20 at 4:30 pm. Requests will be reviewed first by annual giving level and then priority points within each giving level as of October 31, 2012.
Requests from non-donor football season ticket holders will be selected in the best judgment of the Athletic Department after all donor accounts have been filled.
The Athletic Department reserves the right to implement ticket limits if necessary to service as many donors and season ticket holders as possible. All patrons who receive tickets will be seated first based on annual giving level and then priority points within giving levels.
Non-donor football season ticket holders and the general public who receive tickets will be seated in the best judgment of the UW Athletic Department.
Notification of accepted or denied ticket requests will be sent via e-mail no later than the evening of Friday, November 23. Patrons receiving tickets will have credit cards charged once Wisconsin clinches a berth in the Big Ten Championship Game.
The Wisconsin Athletic Ticket Office will deliver your print-at-home Big Ten Championship tickets to your e-mail address on file with the Athletic Ticket Office. Big Ten Championship tickets requested and allocated during the exclusive request period will still be e-mailed on Monday, November 26. Big Ten Championship tickets purchased during the general public sale starting Nov 21 will be delivered electronically shortly after purchase.
Please note that print-at-home tickets will only be e-mailed to the donor, season ticket-holder or buyer of record. The Athletic Ticket Office will not honor requests for print-at-home tickets to be delivered to alternate e-mail addresses. Your print-at-home tickets will be used for admission into the game.
The Athletic Ticket Office will mail commemorative game tickets to patrons in late January.