Beavs move to Digital Ticket System

OREGON STATE HAS launched a new digital ticketing system by scanning bar-coded tickets at most of its athletic events. The new system will make its debut at OSU's season-opening football game against Sacramento State, Sept. 3. Fans will be able to take advantage of new digital ticketing services, including Print-at-Home tickets.

Fans will be able to print single game tickets from their office or home computers using the new Print-at-Home feature. Print-at Home tickets should be printed on white paper using either black or color ink. Each ticket should be printed on 8.5x11-inch paper and treated like any other ticket. For fans' security, Print-at-Home tickets are individually bar-coded. The bar-code allows one scan per entry so any attempts to duplicate, alter or sell any copies of the Print-at-Home ticket may result in admittance being refused to the event.

Oregon State Athletics will begin scanning all tickets at the gates of Reser Stadium, Gill Coliseum and Goss Stadium using a barcode on each ticket. This digital ticketing system will provide fans with a variety of convenient benefits as well as heightened security by identifying counterfeit and stolen tickets.

Print-At-Home-Tickets: Beginning July 11 when customers order single-game tickets online at they can choose to print their tickets at home. The customer will receive an email enabling them to print their tickets at home instead of receiving in the mail or picking up at will call.

Effective July 11, 2011, ticket fees for Oregon State Athletic events will be as follows:
Per Ticket Fees (based on price of ticket)
$1-$10: $1
$11 - $30: $2
$31 - $59: $3
$60+: $4

Order Charge will be decreased from $10 per order to $5 per order. Fans will also have options for delivery of their tickets. The fees for delivery are as follows: Print-at-Home: $2
Mail: $5
Will Call: $5

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