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2011-2012
Cornell Student Hockey
Ticket Information

Season tickets may still be purchased at the ticket office,
but are no longer for sale online.

*** Tickets cannot be replaced if LOST or STOLEN! ***

What if I have a prior commitment on the day of seat selection.

A designee may select seats for another student(s), but will not be allowed to take tickets for the other student(s).

A designee may select your seat(s). The designee must bring the printed copy of your online ticket purchase confirmation (student IDs are not required). A designee may select ticket for multiple friends (or group). Again, only a printed copy of each purchase confirmation is required to select seats for a friend(s)/group.

Once selected, tickets will be held in the Athletic Ticket Office where the ticket purchaser can pick them up during the following week (M-F, 10-5 p.m.).

If you are unable to find a designee you may select seats from any remaining ticket beginning Monday, Sept. 26 at 10am at the Cornell Athletic Ticket office.

Questions?
-Please direct questions by email to: athletictickets@cornell.edu

*** Tickets cannot be replaced if LOST or STOLEN! ***

2011-12 Ticket Purchase Process

Graduate students and those undergraduates who have purchased tickets in past years will be given priority to purchase tickets in a weighted system. Purchasing tickets early within a weighted group will entitle one to an earlier pick during seat selection. The sale and determination of seat selection order will be conducted online at CornellBigRedTickets.com.

Students may purchase 1-2 season tickets. Only students purchasing tickets will be considered as a ticketholder during future sales. If you want to be included in the one, two or three year ticket holder group during future sales you must purchase tickets in your name!

CHOOSING SEAT LOCATION AND OBTAINING TICKETS – SEPT. 23, 7 PM
Seat selection will take place on Sept. 23, beginning at 7 p.m. in the Ramin Room, Bartels Hall (doors open at 6:30 p.m.). The selection order will be (all times are approximate):

7:00pm Graduate students and students who’ve had tickets in their name three previous years.
7:30pm Students who’ve had tickets in their name two previous years.
8:15pm Students who’ve had tickets in their name one previous year.
9:45pm New ticketholders

To select tickets on Sept. 19 students MUST purchase tickets in advance. The schedule of ticket sales based on the weighted system is:

GRADUATE STUDENTS
Monday, Sept. 19
The graduate and professional student sale will begin at a random time from 6-7:30am and continue until midnight Sept. 21.

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
Monday, Sept. 19
Three-time and two-time former ticket holder sales will begin at a random time from 6-7:30am and continue until midnight Sept. 21. (Three-time former ticket holders will be given priority over two-time ticket holders when selecting seats on Friday Sept. 23).

Tuesday, Sept. 20
One-time former ticket holder sales will begin at a random time from 6-7:30am and continue until midnight Sept. 21.

Wednesday, Sept. 21
All students who have not previously purchased tickets; sale will begin at a random time from 6-7:30am and continue until midnight Sept. 21.

Thursday, Sept. 22
A list of students in selection order will be posted on CornellBigRed.com.
The target post time is 3 p.m.

Those students who attempt to purchase tickets before they are eligible will be moved to the end of the seat selection line. Students will be required to pay for their ticket(s) at the time of purchase on CornellBigRedTickets.com, either by using a credit card or by billing the cost to their bursar account. The cost for 2011-12 season tickets, which includes 18 games, is $234.

All ticket sales are final (NO REFUNDS).

FAQ

How much do student season hockey tickets cost?
-$234

Where do I purchase my tickets?
- CornellBigRedTickets.com

When do I purchase my ticket(s)?
-Sept. 19-22 (more details TBA).

Can I purchase my tickets in person at the Athletic Ticket Office?
- Yes, but online purchase is preferred.

How many tickets can I purchase?
- All students may purchase two tickets.

When will I choose my seat?
- Seat selection will take place at 7 p.m. on Fri., Sept. 23, in the Ramin Room of Bartels Hall. The selection order (sequential list of students) will be posted on CornellBigRed.com beginning Thursday afternoon, Sept. 22. The target post time is 3pm.

Is there a lottery to determine who picks his or her seat first?
- No, returning season ticket holders will be given priority based on the number of years they've held season tickets and the order in which they purchased tickets on-line. Three year returning ticket holders pick first at 7pm, followed by two year and then single year ticket holders (first-purchased, first to pick within each group).

-Grad students will pick from their allotted tickets at 7pm.

What do I need to bring to the seat selection event?
-Students must bring their Cornell ID

How can I sit with my friends?
- As in years past, students may elect to ‘fall back’ in line to join a friend who purchased tickets on a later day and/or time.

Note: students with better line numbers are welcome to move back in line to select seats with friends that have a later line pick, but not vice-versa!

- Students may elect to sit in one of the two General Admission sections (E or F) with friends who choose the same General Admission section.

What if I have a prior commitment on Sept. 23?
-A designee may select your seat(s). Once selected, tickets will be held in the Athletic Ticket Office where you can pick them up during the following week (M-F, 10-5 p.m.).

A student may select seats for another student(s), but will not be allowed to take tickets for the other student.

Questions?
-Please direct questions by email to: athletictickets@cornell.edu

Buy your tickets/line number HERE

Cornell University and the NCAA promote good sportsmanship and prohibit intimidation of athletes, coaches, officials and spectators. Cornell requests your cooperation by supporting the participants and officials in a positive manner. Profanity, racial or sexist comments, written statements, or other intimidating actions (such as the throwing of objects on the ice) directed at officials, student-athletes, coaches, team representatives or spectators are not tolerated.

Violations will result in expulsion from the event and revocation of season tickets.

This statement is official notification of the sportsmanship policy and no second chances for inappropriate behavior will be given. Cornell reserves the right to determine what actions, statements and words constitute unsportsmanlike/intimidating behavior.

Game times subject to change.

 
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