Men's Basketball Season Parking Selection

For 2022–23, the Athletic Department will continue to review and allocate season parking requests based on lot availability, annual giving level and priority points within each giving level via online selection software, called Badger Select. The Badger Select process allows for the Athletic Department to annually evaluate parking inventory while accommodating donors with a unique appointment time to choose parking based on their individual needs.

More details regarding the online parking selection process will be distributed by physical mail and email to all men's basketball season ticket holders/active donors in August.

All patrons have an overall permit limit of three, but a maximum of two of those three permits may come from zone A parking lots.

To view a parking map for Wisconsin Men's Basketball games here.

Qualifying donations for the opportunity to order men's basketball season parking permits are as follows:

Zone Qualifying Donation
Zone A (2 permit limit) $5,000+ or higher : Lot 91, Depot & UHaul
Zone B $1,000+ or higher : Lots 29, 44, & Group Health Coop
Zone C $50+ or higher : Lots 7, 46, 51, & UW Health

Donors ordering multiple men's basketball parking permits must qualify for each permit based on their annual giving level (Example: Ordering the maximum of two (2) Zone A men's basketball parking permits would require a minimum annual giving level of $10,000 ($5,000 per permit)). Ambassador's Circle, Hall of Fame, MVP, Champion's, and All-American Club level donors qualify for every parking lot available, from Zone A to Zone C. Director's and Coach's Club level donors qualify for only Zone B and Zone C parking lots. Captain's, Red & White, and Walk–On Club level donors qualify for only Zone C parking lots. Season ticket holders/active donors will be limited to purchase up to three (3) season parking permits for men's basketball, per account, based on annual giving level qualification, donor requests, and lot availability. A maximum of two (2) can come from our Zone A parking lots.

Parking lot availability fluctuates on an annual basis. It is not possible to forecast the annual contribution level and priority points necessary to receive a season permit in a specific parking lot and/or zone. For reference to donors interested in securing men's basketball season parking permits, below is a summary of the minimum annual giving levels and priority points for each respective parking lot from donors that purchased 2021–22 men's basketball season parking. 2022–23 results will be based on lot availability, donor requests, annual giving levels, and Badger Select priority points.

LOT GIVING LEVEL BADGER SELECT POINTS ZONE
91 Hall of Fame 3,561 A
UHAUL MVP 24,993 A
DEPOT All–American 2,790 A
ALEXANDER* Director's Club 4,834 B
GHC Director's Club 4,741 B
44 Coach's Club 3,860 B
29 Coach's Club 4,941 B
51 Coach's Club 2,950 C
7 All qualifying donors had access to purchase   C
UW HEALTH All qualifying donors had access to purchase   C
46 All qualifying donors had access to purchase   C

Additional Parking Information

*Construction Updates

The Alexander Lot, which is privately owned, will not be available for season parking for the 2022–23 and 2023–24 Men’s Basketball Seasons due to the construction of an apartment complex and parking ramp. Wisconsin Athletics was made aware of this in March of 2022.

Accessible Parking

Advanced sale of accessible parking for men's basketball is only available on a season basis. Accessible parking for men’s basketball is sold on a season basis in Lot 87 (701 W. Dayton St; Nicholas Recreation Center). Accessible parking for men’s basketball in Lot 87 sold out for the 2021-22 season. Therefore, there will need to be attrition in the lot in order for new season parking passes to be available for purchase for the 2022-23 season.

Patrons who had season accessible parking the previous year have the opportunity to purchase a season permit the following year, provided they continue to provide appropriate documentation each year. Patrons are asked to maintain a copy of their current accessible placard or accessible license plate, along with a copy of the accompanying accessible permit certificate of registration, with the Wisconsin Athletic Ticket Office. If the copy of the accessible placard or accessible license plate that the Wisconsin Athletic Ticket Office has on file is outdated, patrons are asked to please provide a current copy during the season ticket order period.

Active donors to Wisconsin Athletics (minimum $50 contribution) receive priority when requesting accessible parking. Requests for new accessible parking permits for men’s basketball will reviewed first based on availability, second by annual giving level and priority points. Please note that availability for new accessible parking permits for men’s basketball has been extremely limited in previous seasons.

On the day of the event, patrons should display their individual event permit along with their accessible placard or accessible license plates to the lot attendant prior to entering the lot.

Subject to availability, patrons unable to purchase accessible parking on a season basis for men’s basketball in Lot 87 may look to purchase accessible parking day of game in Lot 48 (120 E. Campus Mall; Ogg Hall) from the lot attendant. Cost is $15. Patrons are highly encouraged to pay via credit card, as opposed to cash. Patrons paying with cash should have exact cash on hand. An accessible placard or accessible license plates is required to purchase accessible parking in Lot 48. All day of game parking sales in Lot 48 are sold on a first come, first serve basis. Therefore, there is no guarantee of space upon arrival. Lot attendants will be on-site beginning 4 hours prior to the game.

Patrons unable to purchase accessible season parking in Lot 87, or accessible parking day of game in Lot 48, are encouraged to use the drop-off on Dayton Street and pursue other day of game parking options.

Patrons needing assistance in getting to and from the Kohl Center may work with Guest Services, as needed. If wheelchair assistance is needed, please call Guest Services. Prior to game day, patrons should call (608) 263–7894. On game day, patrons should call (608) 263–5645 approximately 5-10 minutes prior to arrival.

Single Game Parking

Single game parking is available for purchase from lots with availability on a first come, first serve basis on the day of the game only. Patrons will pay the lot attendant as they enter the lot. Cost is $15. Patrons are highly encouraged to pay via credit card, as opposed to cash. Patrons paying with cash should have exact cash on hand. These lots have traditionally included Lot 46 (Lake and Johnson Ramp) and Lot 83 (Fluno Center Garage). Lot 46 and 83 are heavily congested before and after the game. Additional information on single game parking options will be available following the conclusion of season parking sales.