- University of Iowa women's basketball game or men's wrestling match for two
- Where: Carver-Hawkeye Arena
- Seating: Best available at the time of redemption
- Door time: 90 minutes before event time
Events and Dates
- $10 for two tickets to see the Hawkeyes women's basketball team against Nebraska on Saturday, February 1, at 2 p.m. (up to a $20 value)
- $12 for two tickets to see the Hawkeyes men's wrestling team against Michigan on Sunday, February 9, at 2 p.m. (up to a $24 value)
The value of this deal is based on regular ticket prices and doesn't reflect student, senior, or military discounts. Children 18 and under are admitted for $6 and students with a valid ID are admitted for free.
The Scouting Report
To start the season, the Iowa's women's basketball team won 10 of its first 11 games—and it hasn't cooled off. Through the first two months of the 2013-14 campaign, the Hawkeyes boast a 14-4 record, including a stellar 9-1 mark at Carver-Hawkeye Arena. Freshman guard Ally Disterhoft has led the way thus far, most recently in an 82-65 win over Wisconsin on January 12, when she scored 20 points. During the game on February 1, fans can cheer on Disterhoft and her teammates while scarfing down $1 hotdogs, which make for much better game-day fuel than foam fingers filled with chili and snuck into the arena.
When it comes to University of Iowa wrestling, meanwhile, the numbers speak for themselves. Since 1974, the Hawkeyes have grappled their way to 23 NCAA team titles, crowned 67 individual NCAA champions, and earned 246 All-American honors. Under current head coach Tom Brands—a 1996 Olympic Gold medalist who took over coaching duties in 2006—the team has dominated the mat on their way to three team NCAA titles. With a 10-1 record through their first 11 matches, the Hawkeyes’ current roster of collegiate gladiators is currently ranked third in the country as they continue to build upon their school's unprecedented championship traditions.
University of Iowa Athletics
The University of Iowa Athletics program spans more than a century of tradition, including a venerated football team founded in 1889 as well as prodigiously successful wrestling and basketball programs. Consistently ranked among the top 25 college stadiums in the nation for attendance, Kinnick Stadium regularly houses more than 70,000 spectators in its stands during home football games. The venue takes its name from Iowa football legend Nile Kinnick, who in 1939 commemorated his Heisman Trophy win by painting himself bronze and dashing across the field.
Since the inauguration of Carver-Hawkeye Arena in 1983, the men's and women's basketball teams have posted .777 winning percentages. One of the largest university-owned facilities in the nation, Carver-Hawkeye packs in more than 15,000 fans for events that have included Big Ten and NCAA Championships as well as an exhibition match featuring the 1984 Olympic men's basketball team. The stadium also hosts the wrestling team, which boasts 18 undefeated seasons and a trophy case of retired mouth guards in its storied history.