Fans can have access to all nine BIG EAST home games and Stetson on Jan. 27.
Nov. 30, 2015
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MILWAUKEE - Marquette University and Experience (expapp.com), the award-winning fan experience technology company, today introduced the Win Every Day Pass for the current Men's Basketball Season.
Beginning with the game on December 30 versus Seton Hall, the Win Every Day Pass includes all nine BIG EAST Conference home games and Stetson on January 27. Passes go on sale Cyber Monday, November 30, with special $77 pricing for each Pass, commemorative of the 1977 Marquette National Championship team. Only 77 passes will be available for purchase.
The Win Every Day Pass leverages the all-new Experience Pass technology, and is a 100-percent mobile subscription ticket that gives Marquette fans guaranteed access to the available unsold seats in the arena for all nine Big East Conference home games and Stetson.
Pass provides the unique benefit of separating the barcode for venue access from the actual seat location guaranteeing a seat for fans and delivering the seat locations closer to game time allowing Marquette to maximize seat inventory on game day. Golden Eagle fans will receive their seat location via text to their mobile device prior to the game.
"We are always looking for creative and unique opportunities to attract new fans to Marquette Basketball games," Marquette Assistant Athletics Director for Ticket Sales Brian Morgan said. "The ability to provide an affordable mobile ticketing exclusive opportunity for our fans, that ties in our storied history and today's current team, will be exciting for the BIG EAST conference season."
Experience President Ben Ackerman noted, "Experience's Pass technology gives teams the flexibility to craft special subscription packages, like the Win Every Day Pass, that provide fans with a unique way to attend the season with this mobile subscription ticket. With the ease of access and affordability, the Win Every Day Pass is a great way to get all-new fans to the arena."