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Boise State Athletics Launches New Sports App For Stats, Tickets & More – The Arbiter

By August 22, 2021November 20th, 2021Sports app

Accessing all of the latest sports news from Boise State just got a lot easier. With the launch of the Boise State Broncos Athletics app, fans will have multiple resources and features compiled in one place.

Released on August 2, the new sports app launched just before the start of sporting events so fans don’t miss it. The app is free and can be downloaded from Google Play and the Apple App Store.

According to the creators of the app, they had only one goal: to deliver an amazing product.

Graduate Marketing Assistant Amber Dalgleish, Community & Fan Engagement Director Cameron Howard, Assistant Sports Director Matt Thomas and many more worked on the design of this app with Boise fans in mind. State.

[Photo of a phone showing the new Boise State Broncos Athletics app]
Photo of Corissa Campbell | The referee

“We really wanted to focus on engaging students and trying to be more active in our community by reaching out and bonding with them more,” said Dalgleish. “We have tried to give the fans the best experience outside of match days.”

From team schedules to sports news, the app has it all. It includes schedules and rosters for each Boise State Athletics team, a fan guide, and a map showing sports venues and places to purchase items such as tickets, merchandise, and concessions.

“We took everything from team rosters to fan guides and put everything in one place,” Howard said.

According to app developers, their favorite part of the app is the shopping feature. Users can purchase tickets, merchandise, and concessions during the game through the app.

“One really cool feature that I’m excited about is the way our app is integrated with our Ticketmaster system, as well as a mobile ordering system for dealerships,” Thomas said. “You can place your order on your phone and then go pick it up. This dramatically decreases the wait time and saves you from missing out on the action, stepping out on The Blue or inside the arena.

The app also offers a rewards program for all app users. Users can earn points by attending games and events which can be used for in-app rewards and will stay with the user until the end of the year.

If fans save enough points, they can redeem them for prizes like gift cards, Boise State products, AirPods, or even a 40-inch Samsung TV.

If fans want these prices, however, they should save their points quickly as the premium prices are limited. Fortunately, the prices are updated seasonally, so more prices will be added than the reward points can buy.

“If you want to start earning rewards, start building them now so you can be the first to get the highest prizes,” Dalgleish said.