LEXINGTON, Ky. – Single-game tickets for Kentucky men’s basketball’s final 11 home games, including all Southeastern Conference games and matchups with Louisville and Kansas, will go on sale Wednesday, Nov. 30 at 5:00 p.m. ET , exclusively online at Ticketmaster.com or through the Ticketmaster app.
Fans are reminded that single-game inventory for Kentucky basketball games, especially the highly sought-after last 11 home games, is extremely limited. The majority of tickets are sold as season packages or held as part of a student allotment. Additional ticket inventory from the student allotment may be released to the public at a later date.
The games will go on sale on November 30:
Dec. 31: vs. Louisville
Jan. 3: vs. LSU
Jan. 10: vs. South Carolina
January 17: vs. Georgia
Jan. 21: vs. Texas A&M
Jan. 28: vs. Kansas
Feb. 4: vs. Florida
Feb. 7: vs. Arkansas
Feb. 18: vs. Tennessee
Feb. 25: vs. Auburn
March 1 vs. Vanderbilt
Fans interested in acquiring new season tickets are encouraged to enter the Men’s Basketball Season Ticket Lottery online or contact the UK sales office directly at (800) 928-2287, option 1. They will be an extremely limited number of season tickets available. The season ticket lottery will run briefly this regular season while supplies last. For more information on K Fund lower bowl seat availability, please call 859-257-6300. Full season ticket information, including prices, can be found online at www.UKathletics.com/tickets.
Groups interested in attending the games together are eligible for specially priced tickets for select games. Group tickets are a great way to provide entertainment for clients and businesses, team building activities, employee appreciation outings, birthday parties, youth teams, school groups and civic organizations. Interested groups can email [email protected] for more information.
A limited number of premium floor ticket options and single-game courtside tickets are available through the K Fund. For more information, contact the K Fund at (859) 257-6300.
Student ticket information for regular season games is also now available on UKStudentTix.com, including how and when season pass holders can request tickets for each game, and how and when students can purchase single match tickets. The student application and purchase process is currently underway for the games until December 10th.
Limited inventory for the remaining home games leading up to the Dec. 31 game in Louisville — games against South Carolina State, North Florida, Bellarmine, Yale and the Unity Series game against Florida A&M that went on sale last month — remains available for purchase. In addition, some exclusive Early Cyber Week promotions are now available through Monday, November 28 for select games.
In addition to public sales, the UK Athletics Ticket Office, along with its partnership with Ticketmaster, activated its official online resale marketplace this week for Kentucky men’s basketball home games.
Ticketmaster’s resale marketplace is fully integrated with the UK Athletics ticketing system and uses barcode verification technology to ensure the authenticity of all tickets. As the official fan marketplace of Big Blue Nation, Ticketmaster provides fans with reliable and convenient access to purchase tickets for games and sections that may otherwise be sold out, as well as posting verified tickets for sale. Please note that tickets posted on the Kentucky resale market may exceed face value.
All tickets purchased directly through the official Kentucky ticket offices — UK Ticket Office, Ticketmaster, FEVO, the away team ticket office and the Rupp Arena box office — are guaranteed to be valid. UK Athletics cautions against purchasing tickets through other outlets who may not be able to provide this guarantee. UK Athletics is committed to providing fans with a convenient, safe and secure ticketing experience.
All tickets will be mobile and season ticket holders and individual game purchasers will use the UK Athletics app to access and manage tickets. New this year for basketball, SafeTix™ will be implemented as an additional feature in mobile tickets. To combat fraud, Ticketmaster launched SafeTix™, which uses an encrypted barcode that automatically refreshes every 15 seconds or a ticket that is stored in a fan’s digital wallet. The process for accessing mobile tickets has not changed; however, with SafeTix™, screenshots or ticket recordings will no longer work for entry. Fans can still transfer tickets through their accounts or the UK Athletics app. For more information, helpful tips and FAQs visit UKathletics.com/MobileTickets.
For fans attending the 2022-23 Kentucky basketball events at Rupp Arena, all items are subject to search for security reasons and the SEC clean bag policy is in effect. Backpacks and large bags are prohibited. Guests may enter Rupp Arena with one clear bag no larger than 12” x 6” x 12” plus a small clutch no larger than 4.5” x 6.5”. The clear bag must be clear from top to bottom and a 2′ trim/frame is usually acceptable. To expedite entry into Rupp Arena, fans are encouraged not to bring a bag to sporting events at Rupp Arena. Additional game day information regarding parking and new fan entry points will be released in the coming days.
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