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Basketball Tickets

smart.cookiesmart.cookie Registered User Posts: 1,468 Senior Member
edited February 2010 in Villanova University
I know this is rather far off, but how do freshmen go about entering the tickets lottery? What steps does one need to take to try purchasing some awesome Wildcats tickets?

Thanks in advance!
Post edited by smart.cookie on

Replies to: Basketball Tickets

  • smart.cookiesmart.cookie Registered User Posts: 1,468 Senior Member
    Bump. Someone must know :)
  • jckundjckund Registered User Posts: 680 Member
    It's a lottery system... everyone is equal to start the year, and you will gain points for attending the games you win. So basically, it's luck but definitely go to the games you get. And you can usually buy tickets (or get them for free) off students... theres a group on facebook.
  • dbeardbear Registered User Posts: 490 Member
    yup, it's as easy as clicking which game you wanna go to and you get an email once the lottery is over whether you won or not. you get them FREE through this system, by the way. unless of course you don't get ticketed and need to buy it off another student.
  • fallintouchxfallintouchx Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
    yeah, you can buy/trade with other students (buying/selling is prohibited but people do it anyways [annoying])

    but the wachovia games (bigger games) you can buy right through the stadium .. pavilion games might be a little harder
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