2021 MCWS Season Ticket Holder Update
UPDATE as of May 21
Good news! Based on recent recommendations from the NCAA COVID-19 Medical Advisory Group, new health and safety guidance for the 2021 Men’s College World Series has been announced. The Series now will be at full capacity, while masks and physical distancing will not be required.
Previous communication regarding your season tickets has changed.
If you previously selected one of the two reduced ticket options, you will now be able to renew all of your season tickets for all games. No additional response is needed.
If you chose to opt-out for 2021, you can still do so and renew in 2022. However, if you would like to change your choice and opt-in for 2021, please contact College World Series of Omaha, Inc., by Wednesday, May 26, at 12 p.m. CT.
If you chose to cancel your season tickets, your request will be honored. If you would like to change your response, please contact College World Series of Omaha, Inc., by Wednesday, May 26, at 12 p.m. CT.
Please note the following details about the 2021 MCWS:
- All 2021 tickets will be digital.
- Concessions will be cashless and reverse ATMs will be available.
- Masks will be optional while in TD Ameritrade Park Omaha.
- Tailgating will be allowed during the 2021 CWS. Go to tdamertradeparkomaha.com for details.
- A clear bag policy will be enforced.
- Every person two years of age and older must have a digital ticket to enter the stadium.
Many of you have successfully logged into your season ticket account through NCAA Account Manager. If so, there is nothing more you need to do at this time.
If you have not tried to log into your account yet, please go to am.ticketmaster.com/NCAA. Enter your email address on the log-in page and select “Forgot Password” to set up a password for your account. Please note that no tickets or parking will be showing on your account until your invoice is ready.
If you have any questions or need assistance with logging in to NCAA Account Manager, please contact College World Series of Omaha, Inc.