Reseating/Priority Points

Blue & Gold Fund Goals

The primary goal of the Blue & Gold Fund is to fully fund all athletic scholarships at Marquette University.

B&G Online Auction

Participate here in the Blue & Gold Fund online auction, where all funds raised go directly to student-athlete scholarship support.

Preferred Seating

The Blue & Gold Fund offers over 400 preferred seats for Marquette men’s basketball home games at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. Preferred seats are located courtside in sections 103 & 104, in the first four rows of sections 200, 201 & 227, the first six rows of sections 213, 214 & 215 and newly added seats on the end court in front of sections 102 & 105. Preferred seating is available to EVERYONE (subject to availability).

Preferred season ticket holders have the option to renew seats in the preferred section each year as long as the recommended per seat donation is contributed to the Blue & Gold Fund each season. Preferred ticket holders receive special benefits commensurate with their level of giving to the Blue & Gold Fund.

For more information on securing your preferred seats, contact Brian Morgan, assistant athletic director - ticket sales & strategy, at 414.288.4104 or brian.morgan@marquette.edu.

2017-18 Benefits for all Preferred Season Ticket Holders:

  • One complimentary season parking pass at the BMO Harris Bradley Center per account*
  • Access to the Courtside Club at the BMO Harris Bradley Center for all regular season home games
  • Access to the Marquette Room at the BMO Harris Bradley Center for all regular season home games (Circle of Excellence donors only, $12,000 and up)
  • Priority to purchase BIG EAST Tournament tickets
  • Priority to purchase Postseason Tournament tickets
  • Complimentary game program - provided to each seat holder in the courtside & end court sections (102, 103, 104, 105)

Preferred Seating Notes:

The tax law was changed effective January 1, 2018. Now, donations that result in benefits related to the purchase or priority of athletic seats may no longer be deductible. For this reason, donations that result in priority points for athletic seats may not be deductible. Note that if you choose to forego priority points, your contribution may be fully deductible. If you elect this option, you must decline to receive points in writing. Again, please consult with your tax advisor for guidance.