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General Information
Improving Your Seat Location
The Tigers Unlimited ticket priority program is based on cumulative giving and loyalty. In other words, the program is based on your overall contribution level to athletics and how many years you have been in the program consecutively. Donors' seat location(s) are not improved automatically. Should you desire to improve your ticket location you must submit your request in the comment section when completing your on-line ticket order form in April. The Auburn Athletics Ticket Office will do its best to meet your request.
 
Breaking Up Your Tickets
It may be possible for you to receive better ticket location(s) if you give the Auburn Athletics Ticket Office some flexibility in filling your season ticket order form. For example, if you join the Football TUF, you will have the option to order up to 10 season tickets. Your seat location may be better if you allow for your 10 tickets to be "broken up" in groups of 6 and 4. If you are willing to offer the ticket office this flexibility, please submit your request in the comment section when completing your on-line ticket order form in April.
 
Adding Seats
The Auburn Athletics Ticket Office cannot guarantee that additional seats can be placed together with your previous year's seats. Extra seats ordered within priority will be placed as close as possible to the established priority seats. If you request that all seats must be together, your established seats may have to be forfeited to accommodate adding the extra seats.
 
Accessibility
If you need disability accommodations, please contact the Auburn Athletics Ticket Office to make your request. Call (334) 844-4040 or 1 (855) AUB-2010.
 
Hearing Impaired
A telecommunications device for the hearing impaired has been provided for your assistance. Please contact the Auburn Athletics Ticket Office to make your request. TDD 1 (800) 446-0378 or locally at 844-0340.
 
Lost, Stolen or Destroyed Tickets
Tickets obtained from sources other than the Auburn Athletics Ticket Office could be lost, stolen, or counterfeit tickets and, if so, may be seized and canceled without compensation. The Auburn Athletics Department reserves the unrestricted right to revoke tickets by refund of purchase price.
 
Refund Policy
The Auburn Athletics Department reserves the unrestricted right to refund any portion of the order due to lack of availability of tickets. Deposit of your payment is NOT a guarantee that tickets are available to fill your order.
 
Promotional Tickets
Auburn athletics tickets may not be used for advertising, promotions (including contests and sweepstakes), or other trade purposes without the express written consent of the Auburn Athletics Department.
 
Tax Information
Section 170(1) of the Internal Revenue Code sets values for university ticket priority payments. 20% is allocated to the ticket priority and 80% is a charitable deduction.
 
Ticket Office
The Auburn Athletics Ticket Office is located at the Scholarship Entrance of Auburn Arena (map). The office is open Monday-Friday, 7:45 a.m. - 5 p.m CT. Please contact us for more information.
 

 
Donor Agreement
Donors agree to adhere to and abide by rules and regulations concerning intercollegiate athletics determined by the NCAA, SEC, and Auburn University.
 
Should questions arise concerning the various rules and regulations, donors acknowledge that they should contact the athletics department compliance office.
 
Donors agree that should they be found by the NCAA or the University to have violated, knowingly or without regard for the same, rules or regulations they may be dissociated from the University, athletic program, and its activities. Donors can be expelled as a member of Tigers Unlimited and will forfeit all benefits and privileges thereunto (including the right to receive priority season tickets and parking at specified athletic events) until the end of the period of dissociation and subsequent reinstatement by Tigers Unlimted.
 
Visit Auburn Athletics NCAA Compliance for more information.
 

 
Tax Information
Section 170(1) of the Internal Revenue Code sets values for university ticket priority payments. Twenty percent is allocated to the ticket priority and 80% is a charitable deduction. If other benefits ("amenities") are covered by the payments, such as tickets, concessions, programs, parking passes, or donor events, the value of these must first be deducted from the payment, and the balance is 80% tax deductible. Based on the number of home games and other factors, the amenities value can vary each year.
 
Many corporations participate in matching the gifts of their employees. Some double or triple each dollar contributed. Your company's Human Resource Department can provide details and the matching gift form to include with your check. To discover if your employer matches gifts, go to www.matchinggifts.com/auburn.
 
*Please note that if you do intend to use your company's matching gift program to match your athletic priority contribution, only the tax deductible portion of your gift is available for matching, per IRS regulations.
 
Tigers Unlimited operates within the Auburn University Foundation, tax ID 63-6022422, which is a public charity listed in IRS Pub. 78, Cumulative List of Organizations. An official tax receipt will be issued by the Foundation. Major gifts or contributions not associated with ticket priority are 100% deductible.
 
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Ticket Transfer Policy
Tigers Unlimited Fund contributors' tickets and priority can only be transferred to their spouse at the time of death. The tickets and priority cannot be passed down to future generations.
 
Auburn Executive Suiteholders' seats and priority can only be transferred to their spouse at the time of death. If there is no surviving spouse, the suite seats may be transferred to surviving children of the deceased donor. The priority of the deceased suiteholder will not transfer to the surviving children.
 
Scholarship seats and priority of Tigers Unlimited Scholarship Donors can be transferred to their spouse at the time of death. If there is no surviving spouse, the scholarship seats may be transferred to surviving children of the deceased donor. The priority of the deceased Scholarship Donor will not transfer to the surviving children.
 
Executive Suiteholders and Scholarship Donors with TUF seats can transfer their TUF seats to a surviving spouse ONLY. TUF seats cannot be passed down to future generations.
 
 
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If you'd like to learn more about how to become a member of Tigers Unlimited or have questions about your membership, please contact us:
 
Call: (855) 282-2010
Email: tuf@auburn.edu
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Twitter: @TigersUnlimited
 
 
 
 
 
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Phone (855) 282-2010 | Fax (334) 844-1156
 
Mailing Address
Tigers Unlimited, PO Box 351, Auburn, AL 36831
 
Physical Address
392 S Donahue Dr, Auburn, AL 36849