Mobile Ticketing

All tickets for Razorback Athletics events are mobile tickets.   Mobile tickets, which exist digitally on smartphones and are scanned when entering an athletic venue, promote health and safety via contactless entry while also enhancing convenience and efficiency by easing flow through venue entry points.

New in 2023

All-In-1 Pass
Now, just download ONE season ticket to your mobile wallet and it will automatically update on a per game basis.
•  For example, if you have 2 season tickets you will now just have 2 tickets in your mobile wallet instead of 2 for every home game.
•  The ALL-IN-1 pass will update if tickets are transferred, and you can still transfer and manage tickets from My Account.

New Scan Technology
No more QR codes on tickets.
•  Simply tap your phone against the scanner when entering.
•  Mobile tickets must be downloaded into your mobile wallet and pulled up on the screen of your mobile device for the tap entry to work.
•  Screenshots of tickets will no longer work.

•  Can’t make a game? You can now sell your tickets on SeatGeek from right within your account. SeatGeek is the new official resell marketplace of the Razorbacks.
•  How does it work? SeatGeek will help you price your tickets, let you know when they have sold, transfer them to the buyer, and send your payout within 48 hours of the event. All tickets listed on SeatGeek are fully verified and delivered seamlessly. To sell your tickets, log in to your account and tap the “Sell Tickets on SeatGeek” icon.

Why Mobile Only Tickets?

•  Digital tickets allow for paperless entry and eliminates contact between fans and gate entry staff
•  Provide heightened security against counterfeit and stolen tickets

• This will also allow fans to easily transfer tickets digitally to friends or family without the need for shipping or swapping physical tickets in-person

Ease of Use & Peace of Mind
• Your tickets are always with you (you can’t lose them!)
• Mobile tickets helps eliminate fraud
• Transfer your tickets any time via your online account

How to Access Your Tickets?

Your mobile tickets need to be accessed through your mobile device. You can access your mobile tickets by logging in to your ticketing account on your phone or by accessing your mobile ticketing account through the Razorbacks app. To download the app, click here.




How to Transfer Your Tickets

There are just a few easy steps to be able to transfer your mobile tickets.
First, log into your account from a mobile device.


Frequently Asked Questions

Can I still use the “Print at Home” PDF ticket option?
PDF “print at home” tickets will no longer be available. The only way to gain entry to the venue will be through the mobile ticket.

How can I manage the tickets that I have on my account?
Tickets can be managed through your online Razorback Ticket Center account by logging in on or by clicking here or by accessing your mobile tickets account through the Razorbacks app.

How can I transfer my tickets?
The easiest way to transfer your tickets is to log in to your account on your mobile device. Once you’re there and you click on an event, you will see the option to “Transfer” tickets.

Is transferring tickets free?
Yes, transferring and accepting tickets is free of any costs. The recipient of a ticket transfer is required to have a Razorback Ticket Center account and will need to create one if they don’t.

When will tickets be available on my account?
Tickets will not be viewable on your account until closer to the start of the fall season. A formal announcement will be sent to season ticket holders with the exact date and time their tickets will be available online.

Can I have multiple tickets on the same mobile device?
Yes, you can access all of the tickets on your account via your smartphone. If you choose, you can also individually transfer tickets to others who will need them on their device.

Will someone be available to assist me if I have issues?
along with several educational tutorials and step-by-step instructions, our staff will be able to assist with any technical difficulties.

Video Tutorial