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Cornell student season hockey ticket information




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Ticket Information

Cornell student men's season hockey tickets

On Sale Here Now!

Interested in attending a Big Red sporting event?

Admission to some of Cornell's intercollegiate contests are free of charge,
but you will need to purchase a ticket for those sports listed below.

General admission tickets for home games are available for purchase on-line at:

Cornell students must purchase single game hockey tickets in person and display their student ID to receive discount tickets. Limit two student discount tickets/game.


When purchasing tickets online to sports other than men's ice hockey, away games and parking permits, you must print an E-ticket(s) from your printer. These E-tickets are unique and will be scanned upon entrance to the game.

Online ticket sales end a two to three hours prior to a game's scheduled start time.

In order to print your tickets you must have Adobe Reader installed on your computer.
If you don't have Adobe Reader click on the image below to download a free version.

Click HERE or the image above to purchase tickets on-line.

Note: on-line ticket sales are for General Admission seating only.
Reserved seats may only be purchased by phone or in person.

Phone Orders

607-254-BEAR (2327)

Tickets may be purchased by phone by calling 607-254-BEAR.
Cornell accepts Visa, MasterCard and Discover.


Window Sales/Will Call

Tickets may be purchased at the ticket office, which is located in Bartels Hall on Campus Road. The ticket office is open Monday-Friday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. August 15-May 31. The ticket office is also open 1.5 hours prior to football, men's basketball, men's ice hockey and men's lacrosse games. There are no ticket returns or exchanges unless a game is cancelled.

In addition to window sales, tickets for all ticketed sports may be purchased at event gates one hour before a game is to begin. Please note, however, that the purchase of advance tickets is advised for men's basketball, hockey games and wrestling matches as these sports commonly SELL OUT!

Email inquiries can be sent to:


Group Sales

Cornell offers discounts on tickets for groups of 20 or more. The discount rate is $2 off the established ticket price or $3, whichever is greater. Group sales are not offered for tickets to men's ice hockey games or the Homecoming football game.

Group sales are not available on-line. For more information call 607-255-4247.



Tickets to men's ice hockey are a hot commodity and most home games sell out. The majority of tickets are sold as season tickets. A limited number of individual home game tickets are sold for men's ice hockey games. When available, tickets for a weekend's home games are sold Thursday morning the week of the games. Sales begin at 10 a.m. from the ticket office window. On these days customers at the ticket office window will be given priority over phone orders.

Away Tickets

A limited number of tickets for away basketball, football, wrestling and men's ice hockey games are also available for Cornell students and Alumni. The ticket office reserves the right to limit the number of tickets purchased per person.

NCAA Tickets

A limited number of tickets to NCAA championship events will be made available to Cornell fans if and when a Cornell team qualifies for its respective NCAA championship. In recent years Cornell has sold tickets to the NCAA championships in men & women's basketball, men's & women's lacrosse, and men's ice hockey when those teams qualified.

Cornell purchases a block of tickets to the NCAA wrestling championship each year. The ticket office will receive NCAA wrestling tickets in February and mail later that month. To place orders for NCAA championship tickets click HERE.

Ticketed sports at Cornell

Football Basketball
Basketball Ice Hockey
Ice Hockey Indoor Track
Indoor Track  

Ticket Prices

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