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Normal Box Office Hours
- Monday–Friday: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
- Saturday and Sunday: Closed
- Wright State University Men's Basketball: 10 a.m.–Halftime
- Wright State University Women's Basketball: Open two hours prior to game time until Halftime
- Entertainment/Family Events: 10 a.m. until halfway through the event, unless directed otherwise by the show
*All hours are subject to change to meet event requirements.
There are three ways to purchase tickets:
Tickets may be purchased in person at the Wright State Nutter Center Box Office, located on the west side of the facility. The box office offers an accessible window inside the door at Gate 4. For general Nutter Center ticketing questions, you may reach the box office at (937) 775-4789. However, tickets aren't available to purchase at this phone number.
Tickets may be charged by phone through Ticketmaster's National Toll-Free Sales Number: (800) 745-3000, TDD: (800) 943-4327.
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Warning: Tickets should always be purchased from an authorized ticket agent, i.e. the Wright State Nutter Center Box Office or Ticketmaster. Tickets purchased from any other source could be counterfeit or stolen and therefore will not be honored. Ticket brokers are not recognized ticketing agents of Wright State's Nutter Center. If you purchase lost or stolen tickets from a non-authorized agent, you risk being removed from the seats you are in upon the presentation of a replacement ticket by the legal ticket holder.
For Wright State Basketball, tickets are required for children who have reached their third birthday. For other events, tickets are required for children who have reached their second birthday. This policy may vary depending on the event. Please check the event page or call the Box Office at (937) 775-4789.
For Wright State Basketball games, public will call tickets may be picked up prior to the game at the Box Office. Tickets left by players or team staff will be available for pick up one hour prior to game time.
For other events, will call tickets may be picked up prior to the event from the Box Office. Tickets left by performers or touring personnel usually arrive in the Box Office approximately one hour prior to the scheduled start time.
ALL guests are required to show photo ID to pick up will call tickets.
No one will be given tickets designated for another person.
A signature from the person authorized to pick up the tickets will be obtained at the time of the pickup.
Additional will call policies for tickets purchased through Ticketmaster: Tickets are released only to the person whose name appears on the Ticketmaster account header card or will call envelope.
Proper photo identification, preferably a valid driver's license, confirmation number, and purchasing credit card are required at pick up.
Why can't I find information on an event coming to Wright State University's Nutter Center?
Wright State's Nutter Center cannot release any information until the promoter grants permission. Many times the artist will announce the information on their website before Wright State's Nutter Center has the right to make it public. Once we have the approval, information will be listed on the Events and Tickets page.
How are ticket prices and ticket quantity limits decided?
Ticket prices and limits are typically set by the artist and finalized through contract negotiations between the artist and the promoter.
What is the difference between purchasing a ticket from Ticketmaster as opposed to purchasing from the Wright State Nutter Center box office?
The primary difference between purchasing a ticket at the Wright State Nutter Center box office as opposed to Ticketmaster relates to service charges. There is no service charge on tickets purchased in person at the ticket office. Tickets purchased from Ticketmaster are subject to a per-ticket service charge which varies by event and the method of ordering. Available seat inventory is identical.
Why do some of the best tickets sell so quickly?
When an event goes on sale, there can be hundreds and often thousands of customers simultaneously attempting to purchase tickets across all distribution channels. Like any limited commodity, tickets are sold as long as seats are available, and sometimes they go quickly. If 500 fans are simultaneously buying four tickets each, 2,000 tickets can be sold in a matter of seconds. At the beginning of an on-sale, many seats are pulled by customers until they decide to commit to their purchase. If their purchase time limit runs out or they decide that they don't want to purchase those seats, they are then released back into the pool of seats.
Why are "better" tickets sometimes available days after the event goes on sale?
Tickets may be released for sale as the event date approaches. This can happen for a couple of reasons: 1) The artist or team may no longer need the tickets that were held when the event originally went on sale, or 2) Once the stage or event area is set up, the venue has a better idea about which seats are obstructed. There are times that great seats are released the day of the show.
Why do I need to keep my ticket stub?
The ticket stub is proof that you purchased the right to sit in a specific seat. Wright State's Nutter Center staff may ask to see a ticket stub when you are moving around the facility or returning to your seat. A ticket stub is also needed whenever a cancellation or rescheduled performance situation occurs.