Since Vince Tyra has become the Athletic Director of UofL, he has worked on making sports more fan friendly and affordable. Today, he just helped make Louisville Football a more affordable season ticket for fans.
The University announced a new season ticket option called CardsPass. For $199, fans can get access to all seven home contests. There is no set seats meaning where a CardsPass holder sits will change game-to-game. However, that also allows a fan to see the game from many different vantage points.
Tickets will be digital and accessible via CardsMobile app. CardsPass will go on sale Wednesday July 7th at 9 am. If you have been looking for a more affordable season ticket option, here’s your chance. The availability is limited so jump on them quickly.
For more details on how to get the CardsPass and what it allows you to do, check out UofL’s press release below:
PRESS RELEASE FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT:
Louisville Football to Offer CardsPass Ticket Option for 2021 Season
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The CardsPass, a season ticket created as a flexible option for University of Louisville football fans, will debut in 2021, going on sale Tuesday, July 7 at 9 a.m.
The CardsPass delivers tickets to all seven home games in 2021 digitally and are available for $199 while supplies last.
Ticket locations for CardsPass holders vary from game to game based on availability, meaning fans will be able to enjoy games at Cardinal Stadium from different vantage points and have the ability to link up with family and friends who purchase the pass.
CardsPass tickets are mobile only and accessible through theCardsMobile app on game day. CardsPass members will be able to upgrade seats and buy guest passes during the 2021 season at am.ticketmaster.com/uofl/cardspass
Returning season ticket holders are also still able to renew their season tickets through their My Cardinal Account at https://am.ticketmaster.com/uofl/invoice.
The Cardinals return 16 starters from last season’s team, including second team All-Atlantic Coast Conference cornerback Kei’Trel Clark and starting quarterback Malik Cunningham. Louisville opens the 2021 home schedule on Sept. 11 versus Eastern Kentucky.