Spry Provides A Free Pass for the Comp Ticket Issue

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Spry: Beyond NIL, Your Modern Athletic Administrative Partner 

Spry Provides A Free Pass for the Comp Ticket Issue

Coordinating complimentary admissions and guest passes is a cumbersome task that every athletic department faces. Yet, we know that many institutions don’t have the resources to deploy a team of staff members to handle ticket operations.  But even for athletic departments that do have a dedicated ticket office staff, identifying ways to be more efficient is always a good idea.  That’s where Spry comes in. 

Regardless of the size of your department, Spry’s administrative workflows can reduce the time cost and streamline the administrative process to a few simple clicks.  

Spry is not just about NIL. In fact, Spry is more than just compliance. Spry’s new product, SpryConnect, is a comprehensive athletic department solution.  The Comp Ticket workflow is just one of more than 30 administrative workflow templates within SpryConnect!  Through SpryConnect, student-athletes will be able to simply list the names of their guests for each game. 

Ticket office and compliance personnel will have the ability to monitor and approve ticket requests immediately. Hard copy lists can be easily generated to allow guest signatures. Coaches can also use this functionality to manage complimentary ticket requests for recruiting visits as well.  

Ticket Comp image Shuffling forms between offices and waiting on responses to emails is time consuming and just not an efficient way to work. Connecting student-athletes, coaches, compliance and other administrative units within the platform through highly efficient, seamless processes is what SpryConnect is all about!

If you’re interested in learning more about SpryConnect, click here to book your demo now!

Lyle Adams


Lyle was a member of the 2007 NCAA Men’s Soccer Championship team at Wake Forest. After embarking on a professional soccer career, Lyle transitioned to the tech industry, where he was one of the first 100 employees at Uber, designing platforms and tools for data consumers. Lyle also holds a Master’s in Sports Management from Columbia University.