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Priority Points

Sun Devil Club Priority Point System

The Sun Devil Club priority point system was developed in 1999 and is designed to reward longtime supporters of Sun Devil Athletics while allowing new donors and season ticket holders to acquire appropriate benefits in recognition of their support of student-athletes.

Benefits such as parking, away game and postseason game seat locations are allocated in a fair, equitable and consistent manner using the SDC priority point system.

The formula for earning priority points is based off of four simple, definable annual commitments and one, one-time allocation. Priority points are non-transferable. 

Annual points earned as follows:

  • Cumulative Contributions: 1 pt. awarded for every $100 donated (cash, gift-in-kind, endowment, capital giving and matching gifts)
  • Consecutive Years: 5 pts. awarded for each year of consecutive active membership of at least $100 per year. If a year is skipped, consecutive year points will re-set to zero. For example 4 consecutive years x 5 = 20 points
  • Season Tickets:1 pt. awarded per year for each sport season tickets are held since 1999 and beyond.
  • Misc. Point Adjustment: adjustment or bonus points provided in 2003 and 2004 for returning Sun Devil Club renewal. A one-time 5 point bonus was awarded for both the 2016 and 2017 football seasons for account holders who paid in-full by the renewal deadline. A one-time 5 point bonus was awarded for the 2016-17 men's basketball season for account holders who paid in-full by the renewal deadline. 

One-time points earned as follows

  • Letterwinner: 25 points awarded to ASU varsity letterwinners

Ranking of Sun Devil Club Members

Ticketing and parking allocation is managed by placing donors in priority point order within each annual giving level.


To maintain a fair and equitable system for individual donors, Sun Devil Club priority points are non-transferrable across generations. Allowing priority points to transfer or to be passed down through generations could lock out other members from moving.

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