• My Earthquakes Tickets Account - View a list of your tickets, renew your ticket plan, check My Tickets for special purchase offers and update your contact information in one online forum. All transactions are performed electronically, which eliminates the time and effort needed to mail or give your tickets to others. The Earthquakes sanction the password protected service, so you can be certain all transactions are safe. 

  • Transfer Tickets - Share your tickets with friends, family, colleagues or whomever you like with Ticket Transfer.

  • Earthquakes Replay- A Marketplace for Season Ticket Holders to resell their seats

  • Buy Postseason Tickets - Purchase Postseason Tickets, when available

  • Season Ticket Renewals - Renew your season tickets, when available.

Visit My Earthquakes Tickets 


In your My Earthquakes Tickets account you will find the My Tickets tab. My Tickets allows you to view, transfer, sell and track activity associated with your season ticket inventory.

How to Use Your Inventory Manager:

  1. Click the My Tickets tab.
  2. View the list of all upcoming games for which you currently hold tickets in your My Earthquakes Tickets account.
  3. Click on the plus (+) sign next to any game to see your seats.

The To Do List is the communication network within your My Earthquakes Tickets account. It is the first thing you'll see when you login and the first thing you should review. On the To Do List page you can renew your season ticket plan and accept or decline ticket transfer offers.

Use the My Account tab to update your account information including password, e-mail address, phone, credit card information and e-mail confirmation preferences.

My Earthquakes Tickets 


Share your tickets with friends, family, colleagues or whomever you like with Ticket Transfer. Transferring your tickets is electronic, fast, and secure. You may transfer your tickets until two hours prior to game time.

Never transferred a ticket before? Visit the helpful step-by-step guide of how to transfer, how to accept or decline a ticket transfer offer, and questions and answers. Complete information »