What kinds of payment do you accept?
The Beaver Ticket Office accepts cash, check, Visa, Mastercard, and Discover.
May I return tickets purchased from the Beaver Ticket Office?
All ticket sales are final. There are no refunds, cancellations or exchanges.
What can I do with unused tickets?
You can forward tickets electronically to friends, or sell them online.
How do I change the contact information on my account?
Address changes for Season Ticket holders for any sport may only be done with a written request by the primary account holder or via the account holder’s online account. If an address change is requested via email or mail, please include the following information:
Account holder signature or sent via the email address on the account holder’s account to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Address changes will not be accepted over the phone.
Can I add a name or change the name on my ticket account?
Only spouses or partners may be added onto an existing account at the request of the primary account holder with proper documentation. Please contact the Beaver Ticket Office 1-800-462-3287 or email email@example.com.
How do I transfer my season ticket account?
Transferring of tickets is possible from spouse/partner to spouse/partner and parent to child through the Beaver Ticket Office with notarized written consent from the primary account holder. Ticketing history and Beaver Points are non-transferrable. Please contact us at 1-800-462-3287 or firstname.lastname@example.org to get more information and have the transfer documentation sent to you.
I misplaced/lost my tickets – what can I do?
Customers that have purchased football season, mini plan or single game tickets through the Beaver Ticket Office may call 1-800-462-3287 to request a reprint of their ticket(s). There is a $5 per ticket fee to reprint. Only the primary account holder may request their tickets be reprinted; however they may leave the tickets in Will Call under another name. Tickets for sports other than football can have tickets reprinted at no charge, with the primary account holder being the only one to request the reprint.
When are tickets mailed?
All single game tickets ordered at least 7 business days prior to an event will be mailed. Season tickets are mailed at least 4 weeks prior to the first home event.
Can tickets be sent electronically?
Yes, you have the option to have tickets sent via email to print at home or mobile tickets can be sent as attachments and scanned directly on your phone.
How much are tickets?
Season tickets range from $150-$390, in addition to a required per seat contribution to Our Beaver Nation (for most sections). Buying season tickets represent over a 60% savings from buying individual game tickets.
What is an Our Beaver Nation gift?
Our Beaver Nation is the fundraising arm of Beaver Athletics. Contributions raised from seat donations generate funds necessary to pay for student-athletes education and the costs of operating the athletic department.
Do I get parking with season tickets?
Parking is limited, so buying season tickets is the only way to access parking. Spots are assigned by donation level and the Beaver Points System. The minimum donation to qualify for a spot is $1,000.
What is the Beaver Points System?
The Beaver Point System is designed to reward longtime supporters of Oregon State Athletics while allowing new donors and season ticket holders to acquire appropriate benefits in recognition of their support. Beaver Points will be utilized to determine season ticket placement and the distribution of tickets to high-demand events such as the Pac 12 Championship Football game, the Pac 12 Basketball Tournaments and NCAA Tournaments. Additionally, priority points can be used for parking assignments, seat upgrades and invitations/placements at special events.
How are priority points calculated?
- Our Beaver Nation Annual Donation – 3 points per $100 donated for the current giving year to Our Beaver Nation.
- Current Year Giving to Capital Campaign – 1 point per $100 donated for the current giving year to Capital/Facility projects.
- Program Specific Giving – 1 point per $100 donated for the current giving year to individual giving programs/sports.
- Lifetime Giving – 1 point per $100 donated for lifetime giving to OBN and sport specific giving programs dating back to 1980.
- Season Ticket Purchases – 1 point awarded per season ticket held for all sports where season tickets are sold (Max 10 per sport/season) dating back to 2003. For example: 2 Football Tickets + 14 Women’s Basketball Tickets = 12 Points
- Consecutive Years of Membership – 5 points are accrued each year for consecutive membership to OBN at a minimum $100 level. OBN membership points are cumulative, but if a year of membership is skipped or donation falls below $100 level, this category resets to zero (0).
- University Giving – 1 point is awarded for every $1,000 in lifetime giving to OSU for donations outside of the Athletics Department.
When will I get my tickets that I ordered?
Season tickets will be mailed out the first week of August. Away games are mailed 3 weeks prior to the game. All other tickets ordered at least 7 days prior to an event will be mailed. Orders placed less than 7 business days of the event will be in Will Call for pick up at the event. Photo ID must be presented for Will Call pick up.
I don’t have time to make 6 games, why would I buy season tickets?
Not only are season tickets less expensive and in better locations than single game tickets, they make great gifts if you are unable to use them yourself. Use the tickets as holiday gifts, rewards for employees, giveaways for customers, to treat potential clients, forward them electronically to friends, or even sell them online.
Under 30 Season Ticket Discount
Must be under 30 years old to qualify, and not turn 30 during the calendar year. The price is $314 per ticket, with a limit of 2 per household. Customers also receive two season tickets while only paying one per seat donation. Seating is available at the $200 and $50 seat contribution levels. If you choose to sit in a different location, the 2-for-1 donation discount is not valid, and you will have to pay the going rate of the per seat contribution in that section. ID is required to verify age.
Senior Citizen Season Ticket Discount
Must be 62 years of age or older to qualify. The price is $314 per ticket, with a limit of 2 per household. Tickets are available in any seating area. ID is required for age verification.
Faculty/Staff Season Ticket Discount
Must be a current member of Oregon State Faculty/Staff and provide OSU Faculty/Staff ID to qualify. The price is $314 per ticket, with a limit of 2 per household. Tickets are available in any seating area.
Varisty OSU Season Ticket Discount
All OSU varsity letter holders in an NCAA sport can become members for an annual contribution of $100 or more. The price is $314 per ticket, with a limit of 2 per household. Customers also receive two season tickets while only paying one per seat donation. Seating is available at the $200 donation level only.
Tickets purchased within 7 days of an event will automatically be in Will Call. Tickets can be picked up in advance of the event by the ticket holder of record. If the ticket holder would like someone else to pick up the tickets, they have to call or email the ticket office to give permission to change the name on the envelope.
Valid picture identification is required for all ticket pick up and tickets will only be released to the name on the Will Call envelope. Tickets can also be left in Will Call for third party pick up.
The Beaver Ticket Office operates Will Call during regular office hours in Gill Coliseum, room 143, Monday-Friday 9AM-5PM. Will Call is transferred to the appropriate venue’s box office for every event.
- Will Call location: South endzone of the stadium (SE booth)
- Ticket Sales location: South endzone of the stadium (SW booth)
- Hours of operation: 3 hours prior to kick off through the end of halftime
- Premium gates (Club, Suite, Loge, Skybox, Terrace) open 2 hours prior
- Non-premium gates open 90-minutes prior
- Will Call location: East entrance on 26th street (doors on the right hand side of the box office)
- Ticket Sales: East entrance box office on 26th street
- Doors open 1 hour prior to game/meet time for all events
- Hours of operation:
- 2 hours prior to game time until the end of halftime (Men’s & Women’s basketball)
- 1 hour prior to game time until the end of the second game (Volleyball)
- 1 hour prior to meet time until the end of the second rotation (Gymnastics)
- 1 hour prior to meet time until the end of the 5th weight class (Wrestling)
GOSS STADIUM AT COLEMAN FIELD
- Will Call/Ticket Sales location: box office to the left of the main gates behind home plate
- Hours of operation: 2 hours prior to first pitch until the end of the 5th inning or 2 hours into the game, whichever happens first
- Gates open 2 hours prior to game time
ADA/EASY ACCESS SEATING:
In accordance with federal ADA requirements, easy access and wheelchair seating options are available on both a season and single game basis. Please contact the Beaver Ticket Office 1-800-462-3287 for specific seating options and availability. Tickets purchased in advance in a non-accessible area can be exchanged for accessible seating on game day at the Will Call booth.
AGE FOR DISCOUNTS:
FOOTBALL, MEN’S BASKETBALL & BASEBALL
Once a child turns 3 years of age, they will need to purchase a reserved ticket for admittance. Children 2 years old & younger are admitted for free, accompanying a ticketed patron.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL, GYMNASTICS, VOLLEYBALL & WRESTLING
Senior citizens ages 62 & older can purchase general admission tickets at a discounted price. Children ages 3-18 can purchase general admission tickets at a discounted price. Children 2 years old & younger are admitted for free, accompanying a ticketed patron.
To receive a group ticket discount, there must be a minimum of 12 tickets purchased in a single transaction. Group tickets are sold in advance only and will not be available for purchase on game day. To purchase group tickets, call 541-737-2050 or visit the ticket office in person (143 Gill Coliseum) Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
LOST & FOUND POLICY:
Any lost item that has been found from an Oregon State University Athletic event will be kept in house until the last day of the month. After said time period, all items with personal information or valuables such as money, wallets, purses, ID cards, cell phones, flash drives and medications will be taken to DPS. Any type of keys will be taken to the on campus key shop. Any other item lost at an event will be taken to Central Lost and Found on Campus. If you believe you have lost an item from a recent OSU Athletic event, please send an email to, WeCare@oregonstate.edu, with a brief description of your lost item and what event you attended. You may also call our We Care hotline (541-737-7365) for more information or call Central Lost and Found (541-737-7240). You may also check the Central Lost and Found website, http://fa.oregonstate.edu/surplus/central-lost-and-found