University Ticket Office
For all 2011 football ticket information CLICK HERE.
Single game tickets to the general public go on sale on August 15. For more information and to purchase visit the KU Football Ticket Office.
William Fund members have the option to purchase season and single game tickets through the KU Ticket Office. For more information on pricing, availability, and to purchase CLICK HERE.
The All-Sports Combo package for 2010-11 is $150. The purchase of an all-sports combo is good for student admission to regular-season home KU football and men’s basketball games based on the venue capacity for each event. The all-sports combo guarantees admission to football, but does not necessarily guarantee admission to men’s basketball.
Football ticket distribution will begin at 9 a.m. on August 17th, at the Kansas Athletics Ticket Office, located in the southeast corner of Allen Fieldhouse. Students must sign for and pick up their own tickets and show a valid KU ID. Lost tickets will be replaced for a fee. Students are fully responsible for keeping track of their tickets and fraudulent use may result in disciplinary action. Men’s basketball ticket distribution information and procedures will be available beginning October 1st, 2010.
Visit KU Tickets for more student ticket information.
Will Call, Recruits, Players Family
All ticket booths open 3 hours prior to kickoff and remain open until halftime. Following are the will call locations:
- General Public/Suite Will Call: West Side (Street Level)
- KU Player/Guest: Gate 10 (Northwest Corner)
- Recruits, High School Teams and Coaches: Southeast Ticket Booth
- Student-Athletes: Southeast Ticket Booth
- Visiting Team Player/Guest/Will Call: Southeast Ticket Booth
HOW MUCH ARE SEASON TICKETS?
Kansas Athletics offers four season ticket packages. Fans can purchase discounted season tickets from January 18 – March 31. Williams Fund members must order their tickets by April 22 to keep their same seats or participate in Select-a-Seat. Season tickets range between $119 and $450 depending on level of tickets.
*Williams Educational Fund Members ordering by April 22 have the option to participate in Select-a-Seat or keep their 2010 location.
**Family Plan includes two adult and two youth general admission season tickets.
HOW MUCH ARE SINGLE-GAME TICKETS?
Single game tickets range between $30-$85 depending on the level of ticket, which game, and when you purchase them. Fans ordering in advance can save $5/single-game ticket ordered.
WHEN ARE TICKETS ON SALE?
Season tickets, including the Family Plan are on sale NOW! Mini-plans go on sale June 1. Single-game on sale dates for the following groups are listed below:
- Season ticket holders – All games at any time.
- Williams Fund Members without season tickets – August 1
- K Club members without season tickets – August 8
- General Public – August 15
We are now accepting group ticket orders for all six home games.
The best value to see the Jayhawks in 2011 remains a season ticket, with a price per game as low as $25. In addition, the best seat locations are reserved for season ticket holders. Single-game ticket locations will be based on availability; those seat locations will be assigned after all season, half-season and group orders are seated.
ARE PAYMENT PLANS AVAILABLE?
Yes! Kansas Athletics is offering payment plan options for 2011 season tickets. When placing your order online you will have the option to select FULL PAY or BILL PLAN. The BILL PLAN option allows you to pay 10 % at the time of your order and have the remaining balance spread out in equal payments the 15th of each month through July 15, 2011.
You may also select a paper payment plan option and pay by check. The paper payment plan allows you to pay 25% at the time of your order. Remaining invoices will be due May 15, June 15 and July 15 to complete your transaction.
I WAS A 2010 KANSAS FOOTBALL SEASON TICKET HOLDER. CAN I KEEP MY SEATS FOR 2011 AND NOT PARTICIPATE IN THE 2011 SELECT-A-SEAT PROCESS?
Yes! To keep your same seats you must be a member of the Williams Educational Fund and maintain your pledge level. When ordering online, please select MSALY (mail tickets, same seats as last year) or WSALY (will call, same seats as last year).
I WANT TO CHANGE SEAT LOCATIONS. HOW CAN I?
Members of the Williams Educational Fund have first priority in seating options. Donors wishing to participate in Select-a-Seat (those who have elected not to keep their same seats) will be given a specific date and time, based on their priority point total in which they or a representative can come “select-their-seats.” Tickets must be ordered by April 22 to participate in Select-a-Seat. When ordering online please select MSAS (mail tickets, select-a-seat) or WSAS (will call, select-a-seat). Seating for non-donor accounts will be allocated after select-a-seat.
WHAT IS THE WILLIAMS EDUCATIONAL FUND?
Long regarded as one of the finest athletic fund-raising programs in the country, the Williams Educational Fund is made up of alumni, friends and fans of Kansas Athletics. Comprised of more than 4,200 members who contribute more than $8 million annually, the Williams Educational Fund provides the necessary funding to compete athletically at the national level and also helps attract and retain the finest coaches and student-athletes to the University of Kansas. Kansas Athletics relies on private support to fund all scholarship costs, so your involvement is paramount to our success.
WHAT BENEFITS WILL WILLIAMS EDUCATIONAL FUND MEMBERS RECIEVE FOR THE 2011 FOOTBALL SEASON?
- Keep your same seats – You have the option to keep your same seats when you order your 2011 season tickets.
- Priority seating options – You can still choose to change seat locations and pick your seats prior to the general public.
- Single-game ticket priority – You can purchase single-game tickets prior to the general public (WEF members with season tickets can buy at any time).
- Purchase single-game tickets to Oklahoma and Kansas State games―all members can purchase single-game tickets to Oklahoma and Kansas State beginning August 1. The general public can not purchase these games on a single-game basis.
- Priority Points―five points per ticket (up to four tickets, one point for every ticket thereafter).
- Buy and sell tickets on Jayhawk Ticket Marketplace.
- Complimentary admission to The Jayhawk Village for one home football game.
- Invitations to special events with coaches.
- Invitation to Spring Game tailgate.
- Invitation to Spring Game tailgate.
- Parking Priority
- Away-game ticket priority
- Bowl game ticket priority
- For a complete list of Membership benefits Click HERE.
HOW DO I JOIN THE WILLIAMS EDUCATIONAL FUND?
A minimum donation of $100 is required to join the Williams Educational Fund. Contact the Williams Educational Fund office at 785-864-3946 for more information.
DO I HAVE TO JOIN THE WILLIAMS EDUCATIONAL FUND TO PURCHASE SEASON TICKETS?
No. Fans can purchase football season tickets at any time. Williams Educational Fund members will have first-priority in seating.
DO I HAVE TO JOIN THE WILLIAMS EDUCATIONAL FUND TO PURCHASE SINGLE-GAME TICKETS?
No. Single-game tickets are available to the general public August 15 for all home games. However, WEF members can purchase single-game tickets beginning August 1. Season ticket holders can purchase single-game tickets at any time.
HOW DO I REQUEST CHAIRBACKS?
Chairbacks are $40 for the 2011 season. Fans can order their chairbacks with their season tickets.Fans can always order their chairbacks at www.jayhawkseatback.com.
ARE THERE LIMITED MOBILITY AND HANDICAP SERVICES AVAILABLE ON FOOTBALL GAME-DAYS?
Yes. Kansas Athletics has reserved seats in Memorial Stadium to comply with all ADA regulations. Please contact 800-34-HAWKS for more information. In addition, limited mobility shuttle bus services are available at the Burge Student Union, Lot 72, and at the north side of Lot 90, South of Robinson Center. Shuttle service runs from two hours prior to game time until kickoff and restarts at the end of the third quarter until 30 minutes after the game. Shuttle buses drop off on the southeast corner of Memorial Stadium or on the west side by the ticket booth. To drop-off a limited-mobility or handicapped individual, the driver may enter at 11th and Maine to drop off the person by the main ticket booth and exit via the entrance.
References: Kansas University, KUAthletics.com