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STUDENT TICKET INFORMATION CENTER

 

University of Colorado students who are enrolled on a full-time basis for the fall 2015 semester are eligible to buy their Multi -Year CU Sports Pass for the upcoming year beginning in mid-April!
 


MULTI-YEAR SPORTS PASS NEW FOR 2015-16

Students, you can buy your tickets for Colorado Athletics for the rest of your collegiate career today! Simply login to your account using your student number and select your class year.

You’ll be given your options which will include:

CU Multi-Year Sports Pass – Save $25 annually by purchasing now.
Freshmen, that’s $100 in total savings! Plus you buy just ONE TIME and you never have to worry about it again. You’re set for the next four years! Sophomores and juniors, you too can get in on the action and save $25 per year.

CU Sports Pass - $175 – All seven football games, plus access to claim men’s basketball game tickets. Women’s basketball, volleyball, soccer and lacrosse free!

Football Only - $140 – All seven football games.

Colorado footballl season tickets include games against UMass, CSU, Nicholls State, Oregon, Arizona, Stanford and USC.

The men's basketball schedule will not be announced until the summertime.

Football tickets are good for general admission seating in sections 110 through 117. Students will not have to pick up a ticket to games as it is inscribed on their Buff OneCard at Folsom Field.

For men's basketball games, the student tickets are good for general admission seating in sections 13-17. Basketball tickets are not guaranteed based on space limitations. Online ticket pickup will be required for some games.

 

 

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