Frequently Asked Questions
Many of our fans ask similar questions or have the same concerns about ticketing, parking, seating and accessibility. Below we’ve tried to address many of these frequently asked questions. If you have additional questions or comments, please feel free to call our Stampede front office at 208-388-4667.
The Idaho Stampede ownership is a group of investors led by Managing Investor Bill Ilett. The remaining members are Kip Bedard, Alan Bermensolo, Kenny Bolton, Gary Hunter, Brian King, Gary Michael, Scott Peyron, Mike Shannahan, Skip Smyser, Steve Stout, Jim Tomlinson, Kim Trout and Randy Welborn. All of the owners of the Idaho Stampede live, work and play here in the Treasure Valley, care deeply about our community and want to give something back to the place that they cherish and love. They have worked very hard to bring professional basketball and sports entertainment to the Treasure Valley since 1996, and even brought the team out of bankruptcy when the CBA folded under Isiah Thomas in 2001.
CenturyLink Arena has quickly become the mecca of professional sports in the Treasure Valley. The Stampede have a great relationship with the arena and are a tenant. There is no ownership stake in the arena from the Stampede.
Due to the bar coding technology on tickets, we are able to provide a replacement ticket to the season ticket holder of record, or to an account share partner who has been designated to receive that benefit by the season ticket holder. Please call your Stampede front office for assistance in re-printing your tickets. In the case of stolen tickets, it is highly recommended that you file a police report with the police agency where your tickets were stolen.
You may purchase additional season tickets by calling the Stampede front office at 208-388-4667 and speaking to a ticket representative.
Season tickets under a family name or corporation can be transferred to another account holder. Please call the Stampede front office at 208-388-4667 to transfer seat holder names.
The chances are the seats are held by season ticket holders. Many season tickets are held by companies who use the tickets for employee recognition, client entertainment or other business purposes. Many individual season ticket holders share their tickets with family, friends or co-workers.
The Stampede do not have reserved parking areas for fans during games. However, there are many convenient parking lots and garages in the downtown Boise area, and all provide free parking for the first hour. Contact the Downtown Boise Association for more information.
If your child has not yet reached his or her second birthday, a specific ticket is not needed for him or her to access CenturyLink Arena. Your child can sit on your lap to watch the game, provided he or she does not interfere with other ticket holders’ enjoyment of the game. If your child has reached his or her second birthday, you must buy your child a ticket to access the arena.
Most contestants are selected by Stampede staff from people on the concourses within the first 45-60 minutes after doors open. Some are promotions by our sponsors through retail locations or radio stations.
Call our Stampede front office at 208-388-4667 or stop by the Fan Information Booth on the concourse of CenturyLink Arena during a game. We will try to answer any questions you may have.