Ticketing Procedures

  • With restricted capacity to allow for social distancing at all school functions, including sporting events, the district needs to closely monitor admission to control the number of spectators and fans allowed to enter.
    As a result, ALL TICKETS WILL BE SOLD ONLINE for middle school and high school games.
    The link to purchase tickets will be on the main Princeton ISD website under the tickets tab and on the athletics page. Tickets can be purchased one week prior to the event. Tickets will be available to purchase at the game (NO CASH), however availability is not guaranteed. Gyms and stadiums will be sold at 35 percent capacity.
    PISD will not accept any passes this year because of limited capacity rules required by UIL.
    (This includes employee passes, student passes, district passes, THSCA, TGCA, etc.)
    Senior citizens will need to come to the administration office to obtain their complimentary ticket.
    Every person above the age of 3 must obtain a ticket from the online service.
    Because of COVID-19, there will not be assigned seats in the reserved section. However, the reserved section seating will be available on a first-come, first-served basis for those who have purchased season tickets. You must purchase a reserved ticket to sit in this section. Fans will be asked to maintain social distancing and wear a face covering.
    There are still a limited amount of season tickets available to the public for $40 per seat for all five games. These can be purchased at the Princeton ISD Administration Building, 321 Panther Parkway, between the hours of 8 a.m.–4 p.m. Monday – Friday. For more information, contact Carolina Garcia at 469-952-5400, ext. 3502, or email cgarcia@princetonisd.net.
    Fans and parents will need to go to the opponent’s school website and purchase tickets. Most opposing schools will not be selling tickets at the gate, so be sure to pre-purchase tickets in advance.
    PISD will adhere to ALL COVID-19 guidelines including reduced capacity, self-screening for symptoms as outlined by TEA/UIL before arriving at the event, a mask or face covering for ages 10 and older and social distancing.