UConn Basketball 2020-21 Season Tickets

Starting at just $70 / $88

Make Them Your Forever Seats

New last season, season ticket holders can pick their seats and keep them year after year when they renew. Get in now, pick your seats later and keep them forever!

No more mandatory annual reseating

This season’s seats can be yours moving forward by simply paying the associated costs each year.

Voluntary option to upgrade

Choose to utilize an online seat selection process to upgrade, relocate or add new seats based on availability and priority points ranking.

Men’s Season Tickets

Scholarship Seating Program

  • To acquire Men’s Basketball season tickets, a per-seat donation is required. This per-seat donation goes directly to help fund student-athlete scholarships.
  • Prices vary by seat location and are consistent for both Gampel Pavilion and the XL Center. Seating charts and donation costs can be found below for your reference.

Women’s Season Tickets

  • Although a per-seat donation is not required for Women’s Basketball season tickets, lower-level sections in both Gampel Pavilion and the XL Center require patrons to be current members of the Husky Athletic Fund by making a $100 minimum donation.
  • Become a Husky Athletic Fund member by making a minimum $100 donation to any athletic cause, including per-seat donations for Men’s Basketball and Football season tickets which directly support student-athlete scholarships.

What About Points?

The Husky Athletic Fund uses a priority point system to fairly allocate donor benefits. Priority points are allocated based upon percentages of donations made to the Husky Athletic Fund, as well as consecutive years given. This process seeks to reward both longevity and gift amount when establishing priorities. During the conversion to the new season ticket programs—starting with the 2019–20 donor year—you will maintain your current point totals, and your point-earning potential has increased.

Earning points and how it works
Contact the Husky Athletic Fund
Earning points and how it works
  • Unrestricted/Restricted Giving to Athletics (Husky Excellence and Husky Annual Scholarship, Sport-Specific, Capital Projects, Endowments, etc.): 10 points per $100.
  • Seat Donations (Football & Men’s Basketball): 5 points per $100
  • Consecutive Years of Giving: 10 points per year*
  • Season Ticket Purchases (Football, Men’s/Women’s Basketball, Men’s Ice Hockey): 2 points per ticket purchased
  • UConn Graduate: 50 points (one-time)
  • UConn Former Student-Athlete: 100 points (one-time)

Example 1: Donor pledged $2,000 to the Husky Athletic Village and Performance Complex (restricted fund) and has a per-seat donation of $800. They will receive 240 priority points (200 for unrestricted, 40 for per-seat donation).

Example 2: Donor pledged $600 to the Husky Excellence Fund (unrestricted fund) and has a per-seat donation of $400. They will receive 80 priority points (60 for unrestricted, 20 for per-seat donation).

Example 3: Donor pledged $10,000 to an athletic scholarship (restricted fund) and has a per-seat donation of $800. They will receive 1040 priority points (1000 for restricted, 40 for per-seat donation).

Example 4: Donor pledged $100 to the UConn Golf team (restricted fund) and has a per-seat donation of $100. They will receive 15 priority points (10 for restricted, 5 for per-seat donation).

*Husky Athletic Fund counting from the current year back to 2018–19. A minimum gift of $100 each year is necessary to qualify. Earned points may decrease if a donor does not donate to the Husky Athletic Fund (minimum of $100) in consecutive years. In this scenario, the donor will lose consecutive years of giving priority points previously accumulated.

If a commitment is not fulfilled, the donor will lose points associated with the commitment. Priority points for matching gifts will be awarded once the matching gift is received.

Priority Points will not be awarded for special event donations such as registration fees, auction items, event ticket purchases, sponsorships, etc.

Aside from the one-time priority points and ticket transfer allowed prior to the 2019–20 season, points and/or season tickets may not be transferred from one person to another or from one account to another. Also, the University does not transfer priority points or tickets by the virtue of wills. In the event of the death of an account holder or season ticket holder, the surviving spouse (the definition of spouse is consistent with the applicable federal law) retains the priority points, providing the surviving spouse is on the account at the time of death. No other immediate family members, friends or other entities will qualify for the transfer of priority points or tickets.

Priority point policies and procedures are subject to change.

Contact the Husky Athletic Fund

Have a question about your points or donations?

Season Ticket Options

Gampel Pavilion
  Men's Basketball Women's Basketball
Section Seat Donation per seat Season Ticket Season Ticket
Lower Sideline $800 $376 $208
Lower Corner $600 $376 $208
Lower End Zone $400 $312 $192
Lower Baseline/Upper Sideline Chair $200 $312 $192
Upper Sideline Chair $75 $240 $176
Upper Baseline Corner Chair $50 $240 $176
Upper Reserved $25 $240 $176
Husky Value $25 $88 $80*

*For women's basketball, sections 213-217 are included

XL Center
  Men's Basketball Women's Basketball
Section Seat Donation per seat Season Ticket Season Ticket
Lower Sideline $800 $423 $182
Lower Corner $400 $423 $182
Lower Baseline Riser $100 $351 $168
Lower End Zone $100 $351 $168*
Upper Sideline $50 $270 $154
Husky Value $25 $99 $70

*For women's basketball, sections 120-123 are included

Payment Plan Options

During the season ticket renewal process, patrons have the option to select a 5 month, a 7 month or a 9 month plan. The Ticket Office will charge the first payment of the plan on July 31 with the credit card that is supplied during checkout of the application process. The same credit card will be used in subsequent payments processed on the following dates:

5 Month 7 Month 9 Month
July 31
Aug. 31
Sep. 30
Oct. 30
Nov. 30
Dec. 30
Jan. 29
Feb. 26
Mar. 31

Payment plans do not incur any finance or interest charges. There are also no fees associated with a payment plan. Payment plans also do not affect your seat location or your priority points.

Payment Plan Example
Payment Plan Example

The following is an example of the breakdown of payments for a men’s basketball Lower Sideline season ticket ($376 total ticket cost).

5 Month 7 Month 9 Month
July 31 $75.20 $53.72 $41.78
Aug. 31 $75.20 $53.72 $41.78
Sep. 30 $75.20 $53.72 $41.78
Oct. 30 $75.20 $53.72 $41.78
Nov. 30 $75.20 $53.72 $41.78
Dec. 30 $53.72 $41.78
Jan. 29 $53.72 $41.78
Feb. 26 $41.78
Mar. 31 $41.78

FAQ

As part of a recent survey related to basketball ticket sales, we received a number of questions from UConn fans. We have included them in this section and hope it is helpful as you consider your season ticket purchase for the upcoming season. In these uncertain times, please be patient with us as we learn more information about the resumption and structure of events in the coming academic year. We will exercise appropriate sensitivity and flexibility with our dedicated fans related to their ticket purchases.

Health & Safety

What will UConn do to ensure the health and safety of all patrons at games?
Will UConn cut capacities at the venues?
What will UConn do to ensure the health and safety of all patrons at games?

UConn Athletics places the highest priority on the health and safety of all patrons attending games including fans, student-athletes, coaches, event staff, students, spirit squads, pep band members, etc.  With the impact of COVID-19 still evolving, we simply can’t identify today what changes may need to be made. We will modify or implement measures recommended or required by government and public health officials in order to ensure the safety and comfort of all event participants and attendees.

Will UConn cut capacities at the venues?

UConn Athletics will adhere to guidelines and recommendations released in the future regarding social distancing or public gatherings. This specific issue has not yet been addressed by government and public health officials, but we will adhere to recommendations as related to sports and entertainment events and venues.

General

Will ticket prices increase or change this year?
Will seat donation requirements increase or change this year?
When are seat donations due?
When are ticket costs due?
Will there be a season or will fans be permitted at games this year?
Do we have the schedules for the 2020-21 seasons?
Will ticket prices increase or change this year?

Men’s Basketball – With one additional game at XL Center this year, season ticket prices will increase modestly. Gampel Pavilion prices will not increase.

Women’s Basketball – With one less game at XL Center this year, season ticket prices will decrease. Gampel Pavilion prices will remain the same.

When are seat donations due?

Seat donation requirements may either be paid in full or pledged by June 30.

When are ticket costs due?

Purchasers have a variety of options to pay for their season tickets.  Tickets can be paid in full on the day they are purchased or purchasers can utilize a variety of flexible payment plan options that best suits their needs including a 5-month, 7-month or 9-month option. With a payment plan, your first payment will not be due until July 31.

Will there be a season or will fans be permitted at games this year?

We are hopeful that the basketball season will take place, with Husky fans in attendance to create a great home atmosphere. We will monitor conditions as they evolve, in conjunction with recommendations from government and public health officials, to make determinations related to the upcoming season.

Do we have the schedules for the 2020-21 seasons?

The 2020-21 men’s and women’s basketball schedules are not finalized. Non-conference schedules are anticipated to be released in the summer. Conference schedules are anticipated to be released in September. The men will have 17 home games, and we are planning for 9 games at XL Center and 8 at Gampel Pavilion. The women will have 15 home games, and we are planning for 8 games in Gampel and 7 at XL.

Payment

Will there be payment plans offered for ticket costs?
Will there be payment plans offered for seat donation requirements?
How will ticket payment plans work?
Are there finance charges or interest charges on payment plans?
Will my seat location/priority points be affected if I opt in to a payment plan?
Why do you need to have a June 30 deadline?
How much do I have to pay for my season tickets today?
Will there be payment plans offered for ticket costs?

Yes, three different payment plans will be offered including a 5-month, 7-month or 9-month option.

Will there be payment plans offered for seat donation requirements?

Those looking to make payments over time are encouraged to pledge the gift by June 30 and make payments by the due date of December 30, 2020.  If you wish to set up a formal payment schedule, please contact us at 877-AT-UCONN (288-2666), and select option 3 for the Husky Athletic Fund office.

How will ticket payment plans work?

Purchasers can choose a payment plan option to best suit their needs, including a 5-month, 7-month or 9-month option. If something different is desired, just call us and we will do our best to assist. The payment plan chosen, along with the price level of season tickets chosen, will dictate the monthly payment due.

Why do you need to have a June 30 deadline?

The June 30 deadline allows us to assess which patrons plan to renew their seats for the coming season, and which patrons plan to give up their seats. We can then provide season ticket holders participating in the online seat relocation process in July with the most accurate view of available inventory when they upgrade, relocate or add additional season tickets.

How much do I have to pay for my season tickets today?

The cost of tickets and any associated seat donation can either be paid in full on the day they are purchased, or you can opt into one of the payment plan options. The installment cost for tickets will depend on which option you choose, but for added flexibility, your first payment will not be due until late July.  Seat donations can be pledged by June 30 and paid by December 30, 2020.

Refunds

Will you issue ticket refunds if the season is canceled?
Will you issue seat donation refunds if the season is canceled?
If the season is canceled, will there by an option to apply the amount of my ticket refund to the cost of tickets for next year?
If the season is canceled, will there be an option to allow UConn Athletics to retain the seat donation as a philanthropic gift in order for me to earn a fully allowable tax deduction?
Will there be a cancellation policy, in the event that I simply change my mind due to health and safety concerns?

Special Accommodations – Holding My Seat Location

As a reminder, with the scholarship seating program introduced last year, your seat location is available for renewal each year (and not subject to an annual reseating process). The following section pertains to an accommodation available to hold your seat location, if you don’t feel that you can attend games this coming season.

If I don’t feel comfortable attending games during the upcoming 2020-21 season, may I do anything to hold my season ticket location until the 2021-22 season?
How will this process work?
What are the details of this contribution?
Can this contribution be applied to my seat donation or ticket costs for the 2021-22 season?
Would the contribution to hold my seats be tax deductible?
When do I need to inform you if I wish to do this?
Is there another option if I’m not sure whether I want to give up my seats for the entire season?
How will this process work?

You can hold your seat location by contacting us between September 1 and September 18, 2020 and making a separate contribution to the Husky Athletic Fund prior to the start of the basketball season. By doing so, your seat locations will be protected and available to you for the 2021-22 season.

What are the details of this contribution?

For men’s basketball, 50% of your total seat donation cost (per venue) will serve as the contribution to hold your seats. For women’s basketball, a one-time $100 contribution will be required. As with any UConn Athletics contribution, this will be utilized to support our student-athletes.

Can this contribution be applied to my seat donation or ticket costs for the 2021-22 season?

No. Since we would allow you to skip a year and retain your seat location for the following season, we view the contribution as a reasonable requirement for this special accommodation.

Would the contribution to hold my seats be tax deductible?

We encourage you to consult with your tax advisor to determine deductibility.

When do I need to inform you if I wish to do this?

We ask that you contact us between September 1 and September 18, 2020. If you need to arrange a payment schedule for the required contribution, we will gladly assist. (Please note that you must still place your season ticket order by June 30. By doing so, we will know of your intention to renew and we will not release your seats. Any monies paid toward your 2020-21 renewal will not be forfeited.)

Is there another option if I’m not sure whether I want to give up my seats for the entire season?

Reselling your tickets is another option. Visit the UConn Ticket Marketplace at UConnTickets.com for a safe and secure site on which to resell tickets for any games that you are not comfortable attending.

Contact Us

UConn Division of Athletics is operating under the Executive Order issued by the state for non-essential staff to work from home.  During the UConn Basketball season ticket sales campaign, the Ticket Operations, Sales and Service and Husky Athletic Fund offices will be providing customer service and support remotely. If you have any questions about basketball season tickets or need any assistance, please email athtickets@uconn.edu, chat online at UConnHuskies.com/chat or call 1-877-288-2666 Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Press option #1 for Sales and Service, option #2 for Ticket Operations and option #3 for the Husky Athletic Fund. Representatives from each of the respective offices are available for email inquiries, online chats or phone calls. If you need to leave a message your call with be returned by the end of the next business day.  We appreciate your patience during this time.

Customer Service Representatives

Alisa Magowan
Service & Retention Consultant
alisa.magowan@uconn.edu
860-486-8184

Chelsea Shelander
Service & Retention Consultant
chelsea.shelander@uconn.edu
860-486-8185

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