As a member of Cavmanís Crew, you receive 7 complimentary vouchers for most Virginia Athletics events. These vouchers can be redeemed in advance at the Virginia Athletics Ticket Office, Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. You can also show the voucher on game-day to receive admission. However, vouchers that have not be claimed in advance will not be valid once an event has sold out.
The following athletic events allow Cavmanís Crew members to use their complimentary admission vouchers:
- ANY Menís Soccer and Womenís Soccer
- ANY Volleyball
- ANY Womenís Basketball
- ANY Menís Lacrosse and Womenís Lacrosse
- Baseball (ANY non-ACC game. First 100 fans only for ACC games.)
- Special $5 Ticket offer available for ANY Non-ACC Menís Basketball Game (Only with included Menís Basketball voucher.)
***For fans redeeming their voucher on game-day, please plan to arrive early to ensure your admission. Vouchers will not be accepted once an event has sold out.
Want to enjoy a Virginia Athletics event without using a voucher? The following regular season events are always free to the public!
- Swimming & Diving
- Tennis (Womenís)
- Track and Field
- Cross Country
- Golf (Womenís)
- Field Hockey
Parents, do you need tickets to an event where your child can redeem their voucher?
Click HERE to buy tickets.
Click HERE to learn more about the locations and venues of Virginia Athletics events.
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