Milwaukee Bucks Charitable Ticket Program Terms and Conditions

Every effort is made to provide four weeks advance notice of available tickets for select games, however in some cases tickets are donated within a small timeframe prior to a game. Registered organizations are eligible to receive up to 100 tickets for a Bucks home game selected by the Community Relations department. Organizations are asked to only request the amount of tickets they feel will be utilized. Under any circumstance, organizations with unused tickets or attendance below 60% will be contacted and removed from the program for the remainder of the 2013-14 season. It is the organization’s responsibility to ensure the attendance standard is met. 

Tickets are non-refundable, non-exchangeable and may not be resold. The Milwaukee Bucks hold the right to permanently remove from the program and prosecute to the fullest extent of the law any organization or individual who participates in the re-selling or further mishandling of charitable tickets.

When tickets are made available for a given home game, we will contact and offer you a game date. Tickets are distributed based on availability as determined by the Bucks organization. Please do not contact the Bucks office soliciting for tickets. Organizations in Milwaukee County and in close proximity are required to pick up tickets at the Bucks Ticket Office located in the BMO Harris Bradley Center (enter at Potawatomi Gate). Tickets not picked up at least 24 hours prior to the assigned game will be passed on to another organization in the program. A representative from your organization will be required to fill out a Federal Income Tax Form 8283 (charitable donation) for each game attended. We will provide this form to you when you receive your tickets. Organizations who fail to fill out or mail in their tax form for a given game will be removed from the program. The Milwaukee Bucks require students/youth under 18 years of age be chaperoned by an adult.

The Bucks Community Relations Department is always eager to learn more about the communities we serve. Along with submission of both Charitable Ticket Program forms, please include a letter or flyer summarizing your organization. The letter or flyer should include a description of the services your organization provides, a mission statement and how your organization will benefit from participation in the program.


  • Groups are attending games as Bucks fans and encourage that groups exercise the option to wear Bucks apparel
  • Groups with unused tickets or attendance below 60% will be removed from the program
  • Groups caught selling or scalping tickets are subject to legal action and will be removed from the program