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Do UW students get discounts on football tickets?

As an added benefit, Dawg Pack season ticket holders will have the first opportunity to purchase student tickets for the select away games and postseason games. Current UW students can present their Husky Card for free admission to all Washington sporting events excluding football and men’s basketball.

Do UW students get into football games free?

Stuff to do Dawg Pack season tickets grant full-time UW students access to all home football and men’s basketball games on a first-come, first-served basis based on availability. Learn more about game schedules and tickets at

How much are UW tickets?

SAVE MONEY WITH SEASON TICKETS Tickets are priced at $378 each for all seven home games, up to $297 less than the cost of buying single-game tickets. As in past years the general public sale will allow fans to search an online seating chart and select their specific seats from available locations. Pick your seats now!

What channel is the UW football game on?

CBS. Watch Washington Football games live on CBS.

Do Dawg Pack tickets sell out?

Since Dawg Pack tickets are sold out for this year, the only way to avoid the underground market is to buy a Husky Ticket Office single game, student section ticket.

Where is the student section at UW?

The Student Section at Husky Stadium is located on the West side of the field in Sections 114-122.

What are husky heritage seats?

Located in the lower bowl between the 30-yard lines, Husky Heritage seats are wide, theatre-style chairback seats with arm rests, cup holders and more leg room with the best sight lines in the Greatest Setting in College Football.

Where is the University of Washington football stadium?

Husky Stadium
Washington Huskies football/Arenas/Stadiums

Is the Washington Husky football game on TV today?

The Huskies game today will be broadcast on ABC at 4:30 p.m. PST/7:30 p.m. EST..

What channel is Pac 12 on Dish?

Channel 406/
PAC 12 Network on DISH Network – Channel 406/409.

How do I get UW student football tickets?

To purchase a ticket, first create a HUB Tix account.

  1. UW Students, Staff, and Faculty should log in using their UW NetID to access UW pricing on tickets.
  2. Tickets will be emailed to the email address used in the HUBTix account.
  3. The HUB Ticket Office offers a variety of ticketing services including:

Where should I sit at Husky Stadium?

Unfortunately, the entrance to seating is at the top row. So if you go to the restroom frequently or are bringing the kids, choose a row greater than 25 to lighten the walk. The Huskies sit on the north side, in front of Sections 128-130, while the visitors sit in front of Sections 105-107.

Where does the University of Washington play football?

Washington plays at Alaska Airlines Field at Husky Stadium, which opened in 1920 and seats 70,083. They are coached by Chris Petersen, who has led the Huskies to at least a share of three consecutive Pac-12 titles, from 2016 to 2018, including an appearance in the 2016 College Football Playoff.

Where can I watch University of Washington games?

The Official Athletics Site for the University of Washington. Watch game highlights of Washington Huskies games online, get tickets to Huskies athletic events, and shop for official Washington Huskies gear in the team store.

Who was the University of Washington football coach in 1991?

In 1991, coach Don James, along with quarterback Billie Joe Hobert, offensive tackle Lincoln Kennedy and defensive tackle Steve Emtman, led the Huskies to an undefeated season, culminating in a Rose Bowl victory over the Michigan Wolverines, and a share of the national title with Miami.

Who are the rivals of the University of Washington Huskies?

While the Huskies have many rivals in the Pac-12 Conference, none are more important than the Washington State Cougars, who they face annually in the Apple Cup. With roots dating back to 1900, the Apple Cup is the traditional final regular-season game for both teams, and in recent years had conference championship implications.