Commonwealth Re-Seating Process For 2015 Season

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Updated: 6/17 7:07 pm
As the 2015 opening of The New CWS approaches, there are two important things for all fans to know.
  1. There will be a reseating and new seat selection process for EVERYONE in Commonwealth Stadium for 2015 beginning this fall.
  2. Your K Fund priority ranking as of June 30, 2014 matters in this process.

By now, you should have renewed your season tickets for the 2014 season. If you have not, make sure to buy your season tickets as soon as possible. This is important because, when your turn comes to select your 2015 season tickets this fall, you will initially be able to select the same number of seats for 2015 as you have in 2014. Requests for additional seats will be handled after the priority seat selection process is completed, based on availability.

The order in which fans will select their 2015 seats will be based on K Fund priority ranking as of June 30, 2014. The more priority points you have, the sooner you will be able to select the seats that best fit your needs. With that in mind, we encourage you to raise your priority ranking by donating to the K Fund before June 30. Visit this page to see a snapshot of current priority rankings.

For more details, visit our Timeline and FAQ page. However, we also know you all have unique needs. For that reason, we encourage you to contact the K Fund Office at (859) 257-6300 or the Ticket Office at (800) 928-CATS (2287) or email us at TheNewCWS@uky.edu with any additional questions.

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