Baylor Athletics Announces Ticket Return and Standby Program
Update 1/6/21, 4:30p.m.
We apologize for any confusion caused by this communication. Capacity in Baylor’s Ferrell Center is limited to 25%, and all athletics events follow strict COVID-19 safety protocols. Standby Program tickets will be limited to those that maintain 25% capacity.
While traditional Faculty/Staff ticketing policies for Baylor home basketball games have been suspended to account for limited 25% capacity requirements, Baylor Athletics has launched the Ticket Return and Standby Program to help ensure every available seat (up to 25% capacity) is used throughout the remainder of the Men's and Women's Basketball seasons.
Baylor Faculty and Staff are welcome and encouraged to sign up at no cost for a chance to claim returned tickets for future games. Here’s how it works:
- Activate a free Baylor Ticket Account, if you don’t already have one. All subscribers to the Standby Program must have an active Baylor Ticket Account.
- Complete the Standby Subscription Form indicating your interest in tickets to men's, women's or both home games.
- Watch your email 24-48 hours prior to each upcoming home game to receive notifications of seat availability and a promo code that may be used to claim free tickets online while inventory lasts. Tickets are claimed on a first come, first served basis.
For more information about the Ticket Return & Standby Program, visit BaylorBears.com/TicketReturn.
Subscribers may use the Ticket Standby Program as early as today to cheer on the Bears who will host OU for the first Conference home game of the season at 8 p.m. tonight (Jan. 6). The Lady Bears are expected to return home to face Iowa State on Jan. 16.
Please note: Student ticketing for Men's and Women's Basketball is managed through the Gameday for Students online process.