Student Tickets

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Texas A&M Student Sports Pass

First and foremost, we hope you and your loved ones are staying safe and healthy during the current coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis. Maximizing student attendance at Kyle Field this fall remains a top priority as Texas A&M Athletics and the 12th Man Foundation are committed to honoring the unrivaled tradition of the 12th Man and college football’s best student section.

The Southeastern Conference has announced a 10-game, league-only football schedule to kick off on Sept. 26.

In preparation for the return of Aggie Football, Texas A&M has established a reduced capacity, distanced seating plan designed to host fans at Kyle Field as safely as possible while focusing on the recommended health protocols and risk mitigation tactics for the well-being of student-athletes, fans and staff. To review Kyle Field Safety Protocols prior to arriving on gameday, click here.

Student sports pass holders who have registered for the 2020-21 season will receive information via email regarding payment, ticket pull and safety protocols. Due to current capacity limitations at Texas A&M Athletics venues, registration is now closed for any new 2020-21 student sports pass requests.

If you need a new or replacement sports card, our ticket windows will be open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the north side of Kyle Field near entry 6. Your student ID is required for pick up.

Student Sports Pass

This pass includes all five home football games for the 2020 season as well as home events for all ticketed sports in both the fall and spring semesters (Soccer, Volleyball, Track, Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, Baseball, and Softball).

Due to current capacity restrictions for sporting events, spectator attendance including students could be limited at Texas A&M venues.

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Ticket Pull Schedule

Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Sept. 21 - Sept. 25 (Vanderbilt)

Oct. 5 – Oct. 9 (Florida)

Oct. 26 - Oct. 30 (Arkansas)

Nov. 16 - Nov. 20 (Ole Miss & LSU)

*Due to the Thanksgiving break, students will pull tickets for the Ole Miss and LSU games at the same time.

If you are unable to attend ticket pull in person, please contact us by email at or by phone at 888-992-4443.

Recommended health protocols and university rules for employees and students pulling tickets, including face covering requirements and socially distanced line queuing, will be observed during ticket pull and additional ticket windows will be open all around the stadium. As indicated on the 2020 ticket pull operations map, multiple windows will be open for ticket pull on the north, east and west sides of the stadium.

Note: all three window locations will open at 8 a.m. each day of ticket pull to accommodate distanced line queuing. Operation of the additional windows (west & east) will be contingent on line demand throughout the day. The north side will remain open regardless from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Frequently Asked Questions

Has the sports pass price been reduced following the changes to the football schedule?

Yes. Due to schedule modifications set in place by the SEC, the revalued cost of the 2020-21 student sports pass is $295. All students who register for a sports pass for the 2020-21 season will have this amount charged to their student tuition fee statement.

Do I need a new sports card each year?

No, you use the same sports card your entire stay at Texas A&M like your student ID. There is a $20.00 replacement fee for lost sports cards.

What is Football Ticket Pull?

Ticket Pull begins the Monday morning of each home game week. Texas A&M Students with a valid sports option will pull tickets according to academic classification. Classification is based on number of hours/years completed at Texas A&M, whichever gives the highest priority.

Students with sports options may pull tickets until the conclusion of Freshman Day during a home game pull.

If ticket inventory is available, students without sports passes (walk-up) may purchase a ticket on Friday by presenting their student ID at the ticket window. Walk-up tickets, when available, cost approximately half the face value of student guest tickets.

What is the Football Ticket Pull Schedule?

Grad Students & Seniors - 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. - Monday
Juniors - 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. - Tuesday
Sophomores - 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. - Wednesday
Freshmen - 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. - Thursday
All classes (if available) - 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. - Friday
Walk-up (if available) - 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. - Friday

Am I able to pick the seats I want?

No. You are able to pick the deck where you want to sit, but the seats are pulled randomly from the best seats available at the time you pull.

Where can I get non-student tickets?

When you pull your student ticket, you are able to purchase 1 ticket for a guest to stand beside you in the student section, if available.

Am I able to exchange tickets for different or seats together?

No. Once tickets are pulled, there are no refunds or exchanges.

What if I am pulling for more than 10 tickets?

Groups of 11 or more will not be allowed under the reduced capacity guidelines.

What if I need special need seating?

Seats are available to those students who are not able to stand during games. Special needs seats are limited and will be filled starting Monday the week of student pull, regardless of classification, at the designated Special Needs window.

When picking up student tickets do I need each student's ID?

No. When picking up student tickets, the person picking up the tickets only needs their ID. We identify this ID as the person that received the tickets. It is against university policy to be in possession of another students ID. Each student will need their ID along with their ticket to gain admission at the game.

What do I need to enter each event?

At football games, you will need your ticket and student ID only. For all other events, you only need your student ID to enter at the designated student entries.

Under current guidelines, face coverings will be required for entry into all Texas A&M Athletics venues. For additional gameday safety protocols, click here.

Can I use someone else's sport pass?

No. Students use their valid Texas A&M ID to enter events. If you do not have a sports pass you will need to purchase a student walkup ticket at the box office for admittance.

What if I do not have my student ID?

You will not be able to enter events without your current student ID.

What payments do you accept for tickets?

The 12th Man Foundation Ticket Office accepts Cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express for ticket purchases. We DO NOT accept Checks.

How can I replace lost or stolen tickets?

Please safeguard your tickets because they are not replaceable.

What do I need to do to get a refund for a sports option?

Click here for refund policies.

How can I replace my sports card?

Replacement sports cards are available at the North end of Kyle Field ticket windows near entry 6. Current hours of operation are Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm. Your student ID is required for pickup and there is a $20.00 replacement fee.

Which day do I pull tickets for a group of students with different academic classifications?

At least half of the total tickets needed must be represented by sports passes of that day’s academic classification or higher. The remaining half may be of a lower classification. For example, a group with two senior sports passes and 2 freshman sports passes may pull all four tickets on the seniors’ ticket pull day (Monday). Note: A sports pass is needed for each student ticket, and the student pulling must have a valid Texas A&M student ID.

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