2014-15 Purdue Student Season Ticket Information
Updated Feb. 3, 2014
To order your student tickets, click here.
To learn about the benefits of the VIP Card, click here.
VIP "ALL SPORTS" CARD: The VIP Card is the best value for Purdue students who want to be a part of Boilermaker athletics. Purdue Intercollegiate Athletics offers a limited number (approximately 4,800) of student VIP Card packages for each athletic year. They are now available for the 2014-15 seasons. The VIP Card includes season tickets to football and men's basketball as well as the opportunity to receive free admission to all other Purdue regular-season home athletic events as long as tickets are available. Students just need to show their VIP Card at the ticket office to receive a ticket to those events if the event is not sold out. Each student can only purchase one VIP Card. A $25 processing and handling fee will be added to a phone or window order or a $10 processing and handling fee will be added to an online order.
ORDERING: VIP Cards can be ordered online through Purdue's official athletics website -
purduesports.com. Click on Buy Tickets in the Tickets drop down menu and then click Student Tickets. Sign in with your 10 digit student ID and password. If you have not purchased tickets online or are a new student, click on "Activate Purdue Student Account" and follow the prompts to set up your account and purchase your VIP Card. If your 10-digit student ID number is not accepted, please call the ticket office for assistance at 800-49-SPORT.
MAILING: VIP Cards will be mailed to the address on your account. However, VIP Cards will not be mailed to 47907 zip codes, campus buildings, fraternity/sorority houses, co-op houses, unverified duplicate addresses or addresses outside the United States and will automatically be placed in Will Call. Will Call is located at the Purdue Athletic Ticket Office, inside Mackey Arena. All VIP Cards must be picked up, in person, by the purchasing student with his or her student ID.
STUDENT SEASON TICKETS: Season tickets are $119 and include all seven regular-season home games. To be eligible for a student football season ticket, you must plan to be registered at Purdue for the fall 2014 semester. A $25 processing and handling fee will be added to a phone or window order or a $10 processing and handling fee will be added to an online order.
STUDENT GUEST SEASON TICKET: Each eligible Purdue student can buy one additional season ticket for a guest at the student rate of $119. Seating for these tickets is general admission in the student sections, but a student ID is not required for entry into Ross-Ade Stadium. Student guest tickets can only be ordered by eligible Purdue students.
ORDERING: Student season tickets and student guest season tickets can be ordered online through Purdue's official athletics website - purduesports.com. Click on Buy Tickets in the Tickets drop down menu and then click Student Tickets. Sign in with your 10 digit student ID and password. If you have not purchased tickets online or are a new student, click on "Activate Purdue Student Account" and follow the prompts to set up your account and purchase your student season ticket. If your 10-digit student ID number is not accepted, please call the ticket office for assistance at 800-49-SPORT.
PURDUE STUDENT SECTION: The student section will be GENERAL ADMISSION (open seating). The general admission area ranges from Section 106H and 107L (rows 1 -39) and Section 107H to Section 112L (rows 1 -73). The following locations are designated for student general admission seating:
|Section 106H: Rows1-39||Section 110L: Rows 1-73|
|Section 107L: Rows 1-39||Section 110H: Rows 1-73|
|Section 107H: Rows 1-73||Section 111L: Rows 1-73|
|Section 108L: Rows 1-73||Section 111H: Rows 1-73|
|Section 108H: Rows 1-73||Section 112L: Rows 1-73|
|Section 109L: Rows 1-73|| |
|Section 109H: Rows 1-73|| |
The band is located in sections 110H and 111L
STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES: Purdue Intercollegiate Athletics encourages students with disabilities to order season tickets. Please contact the Athletic Ticket Office by calling 800-49-SPORT to place your order.
STUDENT FOOTBALL SEASON TICKET DELIVERY: This year's student football tickets will be delivered electronically for use as a mobile ticket on your smartphone or a print-at-home ticket should you not own a smartphone. Your tickets will be emailed to you the week of the first home game, and you will be sent both an Apple Passbook version and a mobile .pdf version. Both versions can be displayed on your mobile device to be scanned for entry. For those students without a smart phone, simply print the .pdf version on an 8 1/2 by 11 inch sheet of paper.
STUDENT ENTRANCE: Valid Purdue student ID's must be presented along with your student season ticket for entry into Ross-Ade Stadium. An individual entering with a student guest ticket is not required to show a student ID. The student entry gates are D, E and F. Student ID's are not requried for those entering with a student guest ticket.
NON-STUDENT USE: Student guest tickets for the student seating area are available on a season and individual game basis. These tickets can only be purchased by Purdue students but can be given to anyone to sit in the student area. Student football tickets can only be used by students with a valid student ID. Student tickets cannot be upgraded to a public ticket.
REFUNDS: If you cancel your enrollment, you may apply for a refund in writing no later than Aug. 15, 2013. No phone or email requests will be accepted. This request must be made by Aug. 15 to be credited with a full refund. The processing fee is non-refundable.
MISCELLANEOUS: Only tickets purchased directly from the Athletic Ticket Office are guaranteed to be valid. Individuals admitted with invalid tickets will be ejected. Everyone must have a ticket, regardless of age. The Athletic Ticket Office assumes no responsibility for lost, stolen or destroyed tickets, or tickets mailed from locations other than the Athletic Ticket Office.
Click here for the 2014 home schedule.
Information for other sports will is forthcoming.