Wristband distribution for the Sun Devils game against Arizona will begin at 7:00 a.m.
ASU Student Football Ticket FAQ
Q: How do I get my student ticket to home football games?
Your “ticket” is a student wristband you will receive prior to each game. Your wristband allows you entrance to the The Inferno — Sun Devil Stadium’s student section, which is divided between the north and south end zones. Wristbands will be distributed inside the west entrance of Wells Fargo Arena six (6) hours prior to kick-off. Wristband distribution is first-come, first-serve and are available while supplies last. Students wishing to sit together should plan to pick up wristbands together in line.
Q: How do I get into the stadium and find my seat?
Starting 90 minutes prior to kick off, students can enter Sun Devil Stadium from both the North and South ends of the stadium.
When entering from the South, students are asked to use either the Southeast or the Southwest endzone entrances. Once inside, students can access lower bowl seating by using the temporary staircase, which connects to the new main concourse level, or from the field-level access points.
When entering from the North, students can access the lower bowl from the field-level access points. Students can also use the field-level walkways to travel between the North and South Inferno sections and to utilize the new concession areas and bathrooms in the South Inferno section.
Please note, students cannot use their wristbands to gain access to their seats from the new College Avenue access point at the corner of College and Veteran’s Way.
Q: What should I wear to the game?
Many Sun Devil Football games have a specified theme and color. Here are the themes and colors for all home games in 2015:
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, CAL POLY
Theme: SUN DEVILS SERVE
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, NEW MEXICO
Theme: WHITE OUT
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, USC
Theme: MAROON MONSOON
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, COLORADO
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, OREGON
Theme: SALUTE TO SERVICE
Wear: Gold or Camo
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, WASHINGTON
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, ARIZONA
Theme: SENIOR NIGHT
Q: Who is eligible for a student ticket?
Currently enrolled ASU students (taking one (1) or more credits) & affiliated students who pay the Athletic Fee are eligible for student tickets at all Sun Devil sporting events. Paying the student Athletic Fee does not guarantee you a ticket.
Q: Do Maricopa Community College Students have the ability to purchase student section tickets?
Yes, Maricopa Community College students are eligible to purchase student tickets on a single game basis only. A valid Maricopa Community College ID must be presented when purchasing and picking up a wristband. Tickets prices vary by event. One (1) ticket per student. Tickets must be purchased the week of each game in person at the Sun Devil Ticket Office.
Q: What if I misplace my student ID or it is broken or can't be read? Will I still be able to get in?
ASU students must have their student ID swiped in order to gain admittance into Sun Devil Athletic Events. If you misplace your student ID, you will need to get a new ID through the Sun Card Office. If your Sun Card is broken or can’t be read, you will need to see the student customer service table located at the wristband distribution area in Wells Fargo Arena. No other photo ID will be accepted for admission, NO EXCEPTIONS.
Q: Can I transfer my ticket to another student?
No. Student tickets are non-transferable.
Q: What happens if I give someone my student ID?
Students can only use their own student ID. Students who violate this or any other provision of the Student Code of Conduct will be referred to the Office of the Dean of Students and when necessary the ASU police department.
Q. How do I sit in the graduate student or students with families section?
Section 16 has been designated the graduate student and students with families section. Proceed to the line dedicated to the graduate student and students with families section at student wristband distribution at Wells Fargo Arena. It will be the line located on the far left.
Q. How can I take a guest with me to the game?
Guest passes are available at the Sun Devil Athletics ticket office during the week of the game. The guest must be accompanied by a student with valid ID to receive a wristband.
Q. Where is ADA seating in the South Inferno?
ADA seating is available at the top of sections 39-43 which can be accessed from the elevators at the southeast and southwest gates. ADA restrooms are available on the ground level of the South Inferno and can be accessed using those same elevators.
Q: What are my rights and responsibilities as an ASU student season ticket holder?
All students are held to the Student Code of Conduct. Those who violate these codes will be subject to ejection and could face further sanctions.
Q: How do I get to the games?
The Gameday Shuttle service is free for students on the Polytechnic, West and Thunderbird campus locations. The game day shuttle on your respective campus will leave three hours before game tim and will leave Tempe (Sixth and Alpha Drive ) 30 minutes after the game ends. In order to get your shuttle seat, wristband and ticket into the Double Inferno, you must reserve your seat online. All details regarding shuttle pick-up locations and times are available on your campus reservation webpage below.
The Polytechnic game day shuttle will depart from Century Hall. Reserve your seat and view up to date shuttle times here.
West and Thunderbird
The West game day Shuttle will depart from the University Way North Shuttle stop. The Thunderbird game day shuttle will depart from the Herberger Administration Building. Reserve your seat and view up to date shuttle times here.
Downtown Phoenix students are encouraged to ride the Metro Light Rail to pick up your wristband and attend the games at Sun Devil Stadium.
Q: How may I submit comments, suggestions, concerns or questions regarding student ticket distribution?
Students are welcome to send any comments, suggestions, concerns or questions regarding the system to email@example.com, please put Student Tickets in the subject line.