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How you can get tickets to the Belk Bowl

Want to cheer your University of Kentucky Wildcats on in the Belk Bowl in Charlotte on New Year’s Eve? Here’s all the ticket information you need.

All Kentucky football season ticket holders and eligible K Fund donors that placed a Belk Bowl request during the priority request period (Nov. 23-Dec. 5) will receive tickets, and confirmation emails will be sent Sunday evening. Tickets ordered during the priority request period will be allocated into the best seat locations in Kentucky’s official allotment and assigned in order of K Fund priority point ranking later this week.

After holding tickets to fulfill all priority requests, remaining tickets in Kentucky’s official allotment will go on sale Monday, Dec. 9 at 9 a.m., online at or by calling (800) 928-2287, option 4. Tickets start at $92 each and will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Fans will be able to select specific seat locations upon purchase. For more information about purchasing Belk Bowl tickets, visit Student ticket information for the Belk Bowl will also be available on Sunday evening online at

If you don’t make the trip, the game will be televised on ESPN. Kickoff is at noon.

Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

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4 Comments for How you can get tickets to the Belk Bowl

  1. tmcclan16
    10:09 pm December 8, 2019 Permalink

    who the hell cares! New years eve in North Carolina no thanks. Pick a better bowl Mitch might as well play Kroger field against Trinity thats about how many are going to show up.

  2. bbn606
    10:42 pm December 8, 2019 Permalink

    Are we really sure it’s the Belk Bowl? I have two good Gator Bowl tickets to trade to a bowl to be named later.

  3. zoupman
    11:57 pm December 8, 2019 Permalink

    Not interested.

  4. BBNinNC
    8:24 am December 10, 2019 Permalink

    Super excited about this, living in Charlotte I finally get to take my son to our first UK football game, so I guess at least 2 people care. BTW Charlotte is a great place to come and watch a game.