Ticket Programs

On and off the court Orlando Magic players strive to be involved in the Central Florida Community. One way to continue their commitment of making a difference in the lives of youth is by donating tickets through the following ticket programs:

  • Bob Vander Weide with Bob’s Buddies
  • Stan Van Gundy with Coach's Bench Players
  • Rashard Lewis with Rashard's Sharp Shooters
  • Jameer Nelson with Jameer’s Jammers
  • Dwight Howard with Dwight’s Superman Friends
  • Harris Corporation with Carter's Kids
  • J.J. Redick with Redick’s Rookies
  • Mickael Pietrus with Air France
  • Adonal Foyle with Adonal’s KLF Kids

    During the 2008-09 season, the Player Ticket Program allowed over 14,000 kids the opportunity to get into games free. Organizations that benefited included Beta Center for Pregnant Teens, Boy and Girls Club of Central Florida, Give Kids the World, Orlando Rescue Mission, After School All-Stars and many more. For more information on Player Ticket Programs, contact us via e-mail at community@orlandomagic.com

    Season ticket holders can donate their unused game tickets to charitable youth organizations. By contacting the Magic Community Relations department, season ticket holders can make a difference in the lives of many underprivileged youth in the Central Florida area. Ticket donations can be accepted until 2:00 p.m. the day of the game and are tax-deductible.

    Should you make your donation by telephone, please call (407) 89-MAGIC and we will re-print your ticket(s) for the seats donated. A new barcode will then be enabled for the donated seats. The barcode on the original tickets for the game(s) donated will no longer be valid for entry into the Amway Arena.

    You can also mail the tickets prior to the game to the Orlando Magic Season Ticket Office c/o "Share-the-Magic" 8701 Maitland Summit Blvd., Orlando, Florida 32810. For your convenience, we will mail you a receipt for tax purposes at the end of the month. For more information, please call (407) 89-MAGIC or e-mail us at community@orlandomagic.com.

    The Magic donates over 20,000 tickets per year to non-profit organizations to allow unfortunate children in the Central Florida area the opportunity to experience a Magic home game. Last season, organizations like Orlando Urban League, Dover Shores Elementary, Hope for the Future Mentoring Center and many more were invited to participate in this magical experience. To request complimentary tickets for your 501c3 organization or public school in Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Volusia, Polk, Brevard or Hillsborough counties, download this form and follow the instructions. (Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to download form.)