Ticket FAQs

Wrangler NFR Dates: December 3 - 12, 2020

NFR Package Ticket Sales: TBA


Q: What is the cost of NFR Tickets?

A: 2020 Wrangler NFR ticket prices are as follow:

New Ticket Prices
INCLUDING LET:

   Individual  Season 4pk 6pk
Balcony $76 $760 $304 $456
Plaza $105 $1,050    
Gold Buckle $300 $3,000    









*Note: The above prices reflect the face value of tickets.

Q: How can I purchase tickets?
A: General Public tickets for the NFR may be purchased through www.UNLVTickets.com, the StubHub – The Official Fan to Fan Marketplace, or the Official NFR On-site Ticket Exchange located at Cowboy Christmas.

Q: What is a Mad Dash Ticket?
A: The Mad Dash ticket program offers rodeo fans an opportunity to purchase a balcony ticket for a sold out performance. These can be purchased directly from the Thomas and Mack Center Box Office, by calling UNLV Tickets or visiting their website at www.UNLVTickets.com. These tickets allow the bearer entrance onto the concourse. The bearer may then locate an open seat in the BALCONY AREA ONLY or watch the live action on large video screens in the Cowboy Corral (Cox Pavilion) or The ‘Shoe. The bearer may sit in any open balcony seat unless the original ticket holder claims that seat. If within 30 minutes after the rodeo starts, you are unable to find an open balcony seat, you may continue to view the rodeo from the Cowboy Corral or The ‘Shoe or your money will be refunded at the Thomas and Mack Center Box Office, less processing fees. Refunds end promptly at 7:15pm PT every performance.

Q: At what age does a child require a ticket?
A: Children of the age three (3) and younger do not require a ticket provided the child is capable of sitting on the parent or guardian’s lap.

Q: I've already purchased my tickets. Where are my seats?
A: Please see the NFR Seating Chart

Q: What if my NFR Tickets Were Lost or Destroyed, am I still able to attend the event?

A: In the event something has happened to your NFR Tickets, Las Vegas Events may reprint your ticket(s) if you purchased through Las Vegas Events, UNLV Tickets or StubHub and have not transferred your tickets.. In order for a ticket to be reprinted, the Account Holder must contact the Las Vegas Events Ticket Office and fill out the NFR Ticket Reprint Form below. There is a charge for the reprint of NFR Tickets.
Download the NFR Ticket Reprint Form

Q: How can I avoid ticket fraud?
A: The best way to avoid ticket fraud is to purchase through an approved distributor: Las Vegas Events, UNLV Tickets or StubHub. Assistance can only be provided to those who purchase directly through these outlets. Do not buy through a scalper.


Season Ticket Holder Information

Q: When is the Season Ticket Renewal Period?
A: The ticket renewal period is held between February and April of every year. Invoices are mailed out the end of February with an April due date. If you do not receive your NFR Ticket Invoice by the middle of March please contact the Las Vegas Events Ticket Office. Season Tickets are NOT an automatic renewal; it is the ticket holders’ responsibility to contact the LVE ticket office should they not receive their invoice.

Q: When do tickets get mailed out?
A: Tickets are mailed out in the beginning of October every year. If you do not receive your tickets by October 14th please contact the Las Vegas Events Ticket Office immediately.

Q: How are Season Tickets mailed?

A: Season Tickets are mailed out via FedEx. However, if your current address on file with the Las Vegas Events Ticket Office is a P.O. Box, tickets will be mailed via the United States Postal Service. Canadian accounts will be mailed via USPS. When tickets are shipped there is no signature required. Once your shipment is prepared, you will receive an email with your tracking number.

Q: What is the NFR Ticket Policy?

A: The NFR Ticket Policy is a detailed explanation of all NFR Ticketing policies and procedures. The Ticket Policy also includes both the “Change of Information Form” and “Transfer & Will Form.” If you have any questions regarding the NFR Ticket Policy, please contact the Las Vegas Events Ticket Office.
Download the NFR Ticket Policy

Q: How do I update my season ticket account address and contact information?
A: In order to update a season ticket account, the account holder(s) of record must complete and sign the Change of Information (COI) Form. All listed account holders of record must complete and sign a COI Form in order for it to be accepted by Las Vegas Events. A maximum of two (2) account holders of record is permitted per season ticket account. If there is only one account holder of record and you wish to add an immediate family member, defined as a living spouse or child per the NFR Ticket Policy, you may do so by completing the specified portion of the COI form. Las Vegas Events’ preferred method of communication is via email. Please make sure to have the most current email listed on the account so you don’t miss important notifications. The deadline to update your address in time for the ticket shipment is August 1st.
Download the NFR Change of Information Form

Q: Who may I Transfer or Will my NFR Season Tickets to?
A: NFR tickets may only be transferred or willed to immediate family members. This policy also applies to adding a second name as an account holder of record. An immediate family member is defined as a living spouse or child per the NFR Ticket Policy. There is a maximum of two (2) people who may be listed as account holders of record at any one time.
Download the Transfer and Will Form


Q: What is the difference between Transferring and Willing my NFR Season Tickets?
A: When NFR season tickets are being transferred, the Account Holder(s) of record release all rights to their tickets effective immediately upon the LVE ticket office receiving the proper documentation. When NFR season tickets are being Willed, the Account Holder(s) of record are designating who shall take over the account should something happen to the Account Holder(s) of record. A Will/Living Will is not required in order to Will your NFR tickets through the LVE ticket office. In both transferring and willing NFR season tickets, the person taking control of the account must be an immediate family member (spouse or child). All listed account holders of record must complete and sign the Transfer & Will Form in order for it to be accepted by Las Vegas Events.

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