MAPS to use Ticket Spicket for Bluejay sporting events
Order your tickets online or use the app on your phone
John Miller, Activities Director for Merrill Area Public Schools (MAPS), said the school will use the Ticket Spicket platform for all Bluejay sporting events. The Wisconsin Valley Conference (WVC) selected this online ticketing service in an effort to reduce cash handling and ticket lines. The program also enables the schools to “restrict access when necessary and to trace events if the need were to arise,” Miller said.
The WVC charges general admission and requires tickets for the following events: Varsity Football, Varsity & JV Soccer, as well as all levels of Volleyball, Basketball, Hockey, and Wrestling. Additionally, WVC schools charge admission for invitationals, all WVC Championships, and may include additional sports as directed by school administration or boards.
The change to Ticket Spicket provides the ability to sell a variety of passes each school offers, such as Family Passes, Season Passes, and the new On The Road Pass, which is good at all WVC away events with the exception of Hockey.
To purchase tickets, go to www.ticketspicket.com or download Ticket Spicket from the app store on your phone and set up a FREE account. It takes about 20 seconds and requires an email, name, and password.
Go to spicket.events/wvc which is the WVC home online ticketing page, and select the event or click on the specific school’s homepage icon at the top of the page to find the event, and then follow the prompts to purchase the tickets. Your personal account will store all purchased tickets and allow you to transfer tickets to other family members or friends attending events after they have been purchased.
On game day, please remember to have your tickets on your personal device or print them out for scanning.
Note: If you have a pass (purchased online or otherwise), present this pass at the applicable event for free admission per the parameters of the specific pass. There is no need to purchase individual event tickets online as a pass holder.
“We look forward to this athletic season and we thank our kids, coaches, and parents for helping make this happen,” Miller said. “Go Bluejays!”