University Ticket Office
Wisconsin Athletic Ticket Office
Gate 1 of Camp Randall Stadium
1440 Monroe Street
Madison, WI 53711
Phone # (608) 262-1440
Toll Free # 800-GO-BADGERS ((800)-462-2343)
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
Phone Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am to 4:30pm
Generally the majority of tickets allotted by the UW Ticket Office are reserved for season ticket holders and students. To view availability of single game tickets, and to purchase, CLICK HERE. For the official Wisconsin Ticket Marketplace CLICK HERE.
For big games your best bet is to check the marketplace, or use another online ticket source.
- For fans looking to become season ticket holders CLICK HERE for instructions.
- To log on to your season ticket account CLICK HERE.
- For away game, and single game, ticket information CLICK HERE.
- For all donor info CLICK HERE.
Wisconsin Football student season tickets are sold online at UWBadgers.com. Student season tickets for all seven home games in 2011 are $154, plus a $20 processing fee.
To purchase tickets online, all students will need their Student ID number (also referred to as a Campus ID number).
Ticket Sale Dates
- Undergraduate – Monday, June 20, at 7:30 a.m. CDT
- Graduate: Monday, July 11, at 7:30 a.m. CDT
- Unsold Ticket Resale: Wednesday, July 13 at 7:30 a.m. CDT
The student section, which includes 14,000 seats, is situated around the north end zone of Camp Randall Stadium. The student section is comprised of sections P, O, N, M, L, K, and the upper part of section J. Students must enter Camp Randall Stadium, and the student section, through Gate 5, which is located on the north end of the stadium near Breese Terrace and the practice field.
Will Call, Recruits, Players Family
General Public (and anyone else not specifically mentioned below): McGinnis Family Wisconsin Athletic Ticket Office
Invited UW Football Recruits: Between Gates 1 and 2
Non-Football Recruits: Near Gate 2 – the Shell
Wisconsin Players’ Families/Wisconsin Club Tickets: Gate 8 (Wisconsin Pass gate on Breese Terrace)
Media: Gate 4
Visiting Team: Gate 9 (on Breese Terrace)
High School Football Coaches: Gate 9 (on Breese Terrace)
Customers needing to make accessible seating arrangements should contact the Athletic Ticket Office prior to the day of the game, as seats are limited, and may inquire as to availability starting in August 15.
It is the patron’s responsibility to inform the Wisconsin Athletic Ticket Office of any changes in your address by June 24. Please submit all address changes on your application, in a separate letter or online at UWBadgers.com by logging into your online account.
All patrons two years of age and older must have a valid ticket for admission. Children under the age of two may be admitted without a ticket provided they sit on the lap of a parent or guardian.
Current Season Ticket Holders Requesting a Seat Change
Season ticket attrition rates are expected to be extremely low again this season thus granting seating changes (improvements) may be difficult. Please keep the following points in mind if you wish to request a seat change.
- Changes are based on availability, annual giving level and descending priority point order within each annual giving level.
- The number of years requesting seating changes does not factor into the request process and requests are not carried over from the previous year.
- Requests for seating changes should be done online or in writing and placed on or attached to your ticket application.
- In order to be considered for seats that become available, your annual contribution form and ticket application must be received by April 30.
- If you are part of a group, state whether you are willing to split from the group in order to change your seating location. The more seats involved, the harder it becomes to fulfill your request.
Each request is reviewed by the Athletic Department, but the volume of requests may not make personal consultation feasible. Decisions are based on the best judgment of the Athletic Department. The Athletic Department reserves the right to change any seat assignment without prior notice, thus there are no guarantees.
Current Season Ticket Holders Requesting Additional Seats
Current season ticket holders at the Captain’s Club annual giving level (minimum $50 contribution) and higher are eligible to request additional season tickets on their season ticket order form. Requests for additional season tickets, as well as requests for changes, are reviewed first based on annual giving level and then priority points within each annual giving level. The Athletic Department encourages patrons to make the request as broadly as possible to increase the chances of the request being fulfilled. Patrons may request specific seats on the order form, but please realize such requests will be difficult to fulfill. Individuals will receive either an invoice or regret letter from the Wisconsin Athletic Ticket Office starting in early June and running through early July. The invoice will explain the outcome of requests for season tickets. Payment for all items is due upon receipt of invoice. Contributions do not guarantee the purchase of season tickets and if applicable, regret letters will be sent to those whose requests the athletic department were unable to fill. The athletic department may limit quantity of tickets based upon supply and demand and reserves the right to limit patrons to six (6) season tickets per account. Please do not include payment for additional seats with your ticket application.
Current Season Ticket Holders and Contributions
Total annual contributions provide priority for the opportunity to order season tickets. Annual contributions must be received by April 30 or patrons may be subject to loss of season tickets. Recommended minimum annual contributions for the opportunity to order seats in certain sections are as follows:
- Sections E, T and FF – $400 each
- Sections D, F, S, U, EE and GG – $300 each
- Sections C, G, R, V, DD and HH – $200 each
- Sections B, H, Q, W, CC and II – $100 each
Deadline for Requests/Orders
Football season ticket orders and parking requests are due April 30, 2011. Orders/requests not received by this date will be considered late and may be subject to loss of season tickets and parking.
Mailing of Tickets & Parking
Season tickets & parking will be mailed in early August via USPS priority mail service. Single-game tickets will be mailed no later than seven days prior to the game via first class mail.
Online Order Information
Season ticket holders are encouraged to purchase season tickets and request parking online at UWBadgers.com. It’s quick, easy and eliminates additional paperwork and mailing for you. Complete instructions are available online.
Patrons Requesting New Season Tickets
Patrons at the Captain’s Club annual giving level (minimum $50 contribution) or higher have the opportunity to request season tickets. Qualifying donors should complete the ticket application form, but should not include payment. Requests will be reviewed first based on annual giving level and then priority points within each annual giving level. Patrons will be notified of the outcome of their request(s) from June through early July. In order to be considered for new season tickets, your annual contribution and ticket application must be received by April 30. The athletic department may limit quantity of tickets based upon supply and demand and reserves the right to limit patrons to six (6) season tickets per account.
Price & Payment
The price for each 2011 Football season ticket is $294. Individually, non-conference home games cost $42, Big Ten Conference games $49. The preferred way to purchase season tickets and REQUEST single game tickets and season parking is online at UWBadgers.com. Season ticket orders and requests for single game tickets and season parking will also be accepted by phone during regular business hours (8:30am-4:30pm, Mon.-Fri.). Or, patrons may mail the WHITE copy of the order form with the appropriate season ticket payment and single game ticket requests as necessary. Please note that requests for season parking cannot be made on the season ticket order form and must be submitted online or over the phone. Please do not order season tickets or request single game tickets or season parking by fax. Payment can be made by check, cash, MasterCard, Visa, Discover or American Express Card.
Ticket & parking refunds or exchanges are only granted if an order is not filled. Acceptance of payment does not constitute final acceptance of your order. Refunds will not be made due to a game time or date change. The Athletic Department is pleased to recognize supporters who make contributions to its program in part by offering donors priority for various ticket, parking and special event benefits. Since such opportunities can vary each year, contributions are non-refundable.
Single Game Tickets
Requests for home and away single game tickets are available to all donors and season ticket holders and should be submitted on your ticket application form. Donors to Wisconsin Athletics will have priority for all single game tickets. Requests are reviewed first based on annual giving level and then priority points within each annual giving level. Due to limited quantities, all games will be accepted as requests only. Once all requests have been processed, notification (invoices) will be sent to all requesting patrons. There is no limit to the number of tickets that can be requested by patrons, however, ticket limits may be implemented during the allocation process based on supply and demand. On or about June 1, 2011, one invoice will be sent to all patrons who submit home or away single game requests. Payment for any orders filled is due to the Wisconsin Athletic Ticket Office by June 24, 2011. Requests not filled will be listed on the invoice as not filled. Home game ticket prices are $42 for non-conference and $49 for Big Ten games. Away game ticket prices vary by University. Away game ticket prices are as follows: NIU – $60, $75, $90; Michigan St. – TBD; Ohio St. – $70; Minnesota – $70 and Illinois – $65. Any remaining non-conference home and all away single game tickets will go on sale to the general public on July 18, 2011 (subject to availability). Tickets for Big Ten Conference home games will go on sale to the general public August 8, 2011 (subject to availability). The preferred way to order general public single game tickets is online at UWBadgers.com. Orders will also be accepted in person at the Wisconsin Athletic Ticket Office or by calling 1.800.GO BADGERS.
Ticket Forwarding, a convenient way for season ticket holders to electronically send their game tickets they are unable to use to someone else. Ticket Forwarding is available for all season ticket holders through UWBadgers.com.
References: University of Wisconsin, UWAthletics.com