In an effort to meet our financial obligations in the years ahead and remain competitive within the Big Ten Conference and nationally, the UI Department of Intercollegiate Athletics in 2006 instituted a change in the method by which season ticket holders to home games of the UI football program are assigned their seat locations - the Priority Points System. With the renovations of Carver-Hawkeye Arena, the Priority Points System was put in place for men's and women's basketball and wrestling beginning with the 2011-2012 season.
In keeping with the spirit of Hawkeye loyalty and in recognition of the generosity of those who are helping the Hawkeyes each year, the UI Department of Intercollegiate Athletics developed a priority points system that is fair, orderly and include Hawkeye fans in the process of selecting their football, men's and women's basketball, and wrestling season ticket locations.
The Priority Points System quantifies every I-Club member's and season ticket holder's relationship with UI Athletics by considering a number of different criteria, including giving to athletics, years of season ticket purchase, and alumni/letterwinner status. Your priority points help the Athletic Ticket Office determine seating upgrades for season tickets, away game ticket allocations, post season ticket allocations, bowl game ticket allocations, and other athletic considerations.
If you have this many points:
|You will be approximately among the top:|
Beginning with the 2006 college football season, designated sections of historic Kinnick Stadium required a minimum annual per-seat contribution. These per-seat contributions count toward a fan’s annual I-Club recognition. The Kinnick Stadium map below, details the minimum annual contribution for designated sections. Ticket availability per section is based on priority.
Beginning with the 2011-2012 basketball season, designated sections of Carver-Hawkeye Arena require a minimum annual per-seat contribution. These per-seat contributions count toward a fan’s annual I-Club recognition. The arena map below details the minimum annual contribution for designated sections. Ticket availability per section is based on priority.
Note: Individuals who have season tickets in Kinnick Stadium and Carver-Hawkeye Arena that require per-seat contributions will be required to pay only the per-seat minimum that is greater.
Women's basketball and wrestling season tickets do not require per-seat contributions, but seat selection and upgrade requests are still based on the Priority Points System.
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