A flier advertising free Charge tickets for CSU students and staff.
Credit: Taylor Lewis-Kerslake | Cleveland Charge
Members of the Charge promotional team put out fliers Feb. 13 to remind CSU students of the team’s free ticket deal.

Cavs, Charge, Monsters offer discounted tickets to CSU students

Cleveland State students can attend Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Monsters and Cleveland Charge games at a low price simply for being enrolled in college.
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Cleveland State University students have the chance to get more involved in the Cleveland sports scene through student tickets offered by the Cleveland Cavaliers, Charge and Monsters professional sports teams.

The Cleveland Charge, which plays its home games at the Wolstein Center, offers up to four free tickets to CSU students, faculty and staff for all home games. 

The Charge is the G League affiliate of the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers. Players can have two-way contracts, so they may play for both teams and there’s a chance you could see some Cavaliers players suiting up for the Charge.

Last season, the Wolstein Center became the new residence of the Charge after the team's lease expired at the Canton Memorial Civic Center. Since Charge home games now take place on CSU’s campus, it's an easy and fun way for students and staff to attend games.

Along with occasional promotions, every home game is followed by the opportunity to get autographs from Charge players and shoot a free throw on the court.

The Cavaliers and the American Hockey League's Cleveland Monsters also offer discounted tickets to college students. Prices vary game-to-game, but can be as low as $10 per ticket.

Unlike the Charge offer, the Cavaliers and Monsters student pass is extended to all local college students. Typically the teams will send offers via email the day before or the day of a game.

Different price points are offered for upper level seats and lower level seats, giving students the option to pick where they would like to view the game from. 

The Cleveland Charge have an upcoming game Feb. 24 against the Lakeland Magic that CSU students and staff can claim free tickets now.