The University of Louisville Athletics Department has adjusted numerous ticket and donation options for the 2020-21 season if the athletic calendar is affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the pandemic continues to cause uncertainty surrounding the start of UofL athletic calendar, the Cardinal Athletic Fund has announced that if the 2020 fall season or any portion of the home schedule is not played, CAF will provide three options: credit accounts to be used for tickets or donations, forward to the 2021 season, or refund any affected payments.
During this uncertain time, CAF is offering a reward for many UofL donors and season ticket holders. For the first time since establishing the priority point system in 2004, fans have the opportunity to receive double the CAF priority points (2 points per $100) for any seat related or philanthropic donation made during the 2020-21 season. CAF priority points are used primarily to determine NCAA Tournament and Bowl game ticket assignment, as well as many other benefits.
The 2020 football donation and ticket deadline for fans has been extended from May 1 to June 1 and fans looking to spread out football seat donation and ticket payments, in order to assist in making the payment lower during this period, the new 6-month payment plan begins in May and will conclude in October
Fans looking for printed tickets, a four-month payment plan beginning in May and ending in August is also available.
The men’s basketball regular donation deadline has been extended to June 1, while the ticket deadline has also been extended to October 1.
For fans looking to spread out the men’s basketball seat donation and ticket payments, a new nine-month payment plan begins in May and ends in January A six-month payment plan for men’s basketball donation and ticket payments is also available. Under this plan, you will have full access to all games by October 1.
Sign up on a payment plan today at gocards.com/account. If you need assistance, contact the Athletic Ticket Office via email at email@example.com, by text or by phone at (502) 852-5151. We want to hear from you! If you’d like to discuss different payment options, we’d like to review those with you. Send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we’ll have a staff member get in touch with you.
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