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*Youth season tickets include a Pup Club Membership. *Senior tickets are for ages 65 and over.
*Children 2 and under are Free.
*Group tickets require 20 ticket minimum.
*Pricing subject to change without notice. Additional fees may apply.
*No refunds, no exchanges.

SEASON TICKET DISCOUNTS (Call 775-348-PACK to order)

University of Nevada Staff Discount: Up to $20 off each full price season ticket for a max of two tickets per account. Valid for the University of Nevada Staff only with proof of current employment. Please call 775-348-PACK (7225) for more information.

Employee Pack Pass: Four season tickets for ONLY $596. Seat locations are available in Plaza Center, Plaza Corner, and Plaza Basket. Available to all Washoe County School District, Nevada System of Higher Education Employees and Nevada State Employees. More info here here.

Pup Club: Each youth season ticket (just $55) comes as a Pup Club Membership and includes a T-shirt, membership lanyard as well as free admission to football, volleyball, soccer, softball, baseball and discounted admission for men's basketball. For more information on the Pup Club, click here.

Mini Plans

  • 9-Game Pack (choose any nine home games from the schedule)
    • Center Concourse: $225
    • Plaza Center: $144
    • Plaza Corner: $126
    • Plaza Basket: $117
  • Conference Pack (includes all nine home Mountain West Conference home games)
    • Center Concourse: $225
    • Plaza Center: $144
    • Plaza Corner: $126
    • Plaza Basket: $117
  • 5-Game Pack (choose any five home games from the schedule)
    • Center Concourse: $125
    • Plaza Center: $80
    • Plaza Corner: $70
    • Plaza Basket: $65


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