March Madness will be played with reduced capacity fan attendance this year. Please check the venue website of the games you are attending to ensure you are following all COVID-19 venue protocols.
You can also check out our guide to reduced capacity event attendance here.
How do I accept and access mobile transfer tickets for NCAA football?
This season, the venues hosting NCAA March Madness will be using mobile transfer tickets for entry to the venue. Mobile transfers are tickets that are delivered via an email or link and need to be presented from your phone. Once you’ve purchased tickets on SeatGeek, you’ll be emailed or text messaged a link to access these tickets and add them to your Apple or Google wallet.
Please note that you must also accept these tickets within 48 hours of receiving the ticket transfer.
I haven’t received my mobile transfer tickets yet.
There's no need to worry if you don't receive your tickets right away. As the game draws closer, venues generate the barcodes for each ticket. The seller will transfer your tickets to you as soon as they receive them from the venue.
Can I use the SeatGeek app to scan or transfer my tickets?
These NCAA mobile tickets can't be transferred to your SeatGeek account and need to be displayed or transferred to other users from the venue or team’s preferred ticketing platform.