Print at Home
 
Print-at-Home is an electronic delivery method by which your tickets or items are emailed directly to you immediately after your purchase. You will receive two emails after your purchase -- one will be your order confirmation email and the other will be your Print-at-Home email with your tickets attached. Your confirmation e-mail will NOT include your tickets.
 
Feature Instructions: How to Print Your Tickets at Home (PDF)
 
Print-at-Home Instructions
 
Step 1
Order home game tickets online. Complete all billing information.
 
Step 2
Choose to print your tickets at home.
 
Step 3
You will receive an email to print your tickets at home instead of receiving in the mail or picking up at will call. You will receive a purchase confirmation email and then a separate second email will have the tickets attached.
 
Step 4
Print your tickets in color or black & white on standard 8.5x11-inch plain white paper on your home printer. Each ticket should be treated like any other valid ticket.
 
Step 5
Bring your tickets to the game. All tickets to Auburn events are verified by scanning the barcode on each ticket. Print-at-Home tickets are individually barcoded allowing one scan per entry, so any attempts to duplicate, alter or sell any copies of the Print-at-Home ticket may result in admittance being refused to the event. This provides heightened security by identifying counterfeit and stolen tickets.
 
Questions?
Be sure to view Ticket Printing Instructions (PDF). Still need assistance? Please call the Ticket Office at (855) 282-2010 with questions or email.
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Why use Print-at-Home tickets?

1) Avoid waiting in Will Call lines to pick up your tickets. 2) Prevent your tickets from getting lost in the mail. 3) You can print or reprint your tickets anytime prior to an event if they are misplaced.
 
How do Print-At- Home tickets work?
Print-at-Home is an electronic delivery method. The ticket that is emailed to you is a valid ticket. Make sure you protect it like you would any other ticket. Each ticket contains a unique barcode that is scanned at the event. If any copies are made of the ticket, only the first scan of the barcode will be allowed entry. If a unique barcode has already been scanned, the attendant will be alerted and entry will not be permitted.
 
What software/ hardware do I need?
1) You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader version 5 or higher. A free copy of the software can be downloaded at Adobe.com. 2) Any ink-jet or laser printer (black & white or color) with a resolution of 300 dpi or greater. Note: Please print your tickets on 8.5" x 11" size plain white paper.
 
Why haven't I received my Print-at-Home tickets?
1) Make sure you have used the correct email address. 2) Check your junk mail folder. 3) Make sure that your spam guard and junk mail settings allow you to receive emails with attachments. 4) Be sure to add our email address, tickets@auburn.edu, to your list of trusted email addresses. 5) Please allow at least one hour for your emails to arrive.
 
What if my tickets did not print correctly?
1) Open the attachment that came with your email. 2) Save the attachment to your computer. 3) Print your tickets again.
 
 
 
 
Auburn Ticket Office   Location
Auburn Arena - Scholarship Entrance | Map
  
Office Hours
Monday-Friday, 7:45 a.m. to 5 p.m. CT

Phone
(855) 282-2010
(334) 844-0340 (Fax)
 
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tickets@auburn.edu | @AUTicketOffice
  Mailing Address
Auburn Athletics Ticket Office
P.O. Box 351
Auburn, AL 36831-0351
 
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Auburn Athletics Ticket Office, Auburn Arena
250 Beard-Eaves Court
Auburn, AL 36849
 
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