This is FAQ section covers information about the 2017 Prudential U.S. Figure Skating Championships including information about venues, tickets and Kansas City.

Yes, the following items are not allowed in Sprint Center: bottles, cans, food or beverages, weapons or firearms, coolers or containers, Ipads or other similar tablet devices larger than 7″, fireworks, illegal substances, Frisbees, beach balls, balloons and laser pointers. Sprint Center does not permit guns, knives, pocket knives, laser pens, brass knuckles and spikes inside the facility. All patrons will be screened by walk thru metal detectors or security hand held wands. All bags will be checked. Umbrellas should be placed under your seats. All weapons must be returned to your vehicle as Sprint Center does not check in weapons.

Yes, once inside the arena, you may leave throughout the day. It is important to keep your ticket with you to allow re-entry to the building. Be sure to check with door staff when leaving in case you require a hand stamp or special pass.

Outside food and beverages are NOT permitted in the arena. Concession stands will be open throughout the event. Kansas City Power and Light District, located directly across the street from Sprint Center, has multiple dining options.

January 13-22 is also Kansas City Restaurant Week. Check out multi-course lunch and dinner menus for $15 and $33 around KC, including several restaurants near Sprint Center and hotels.

Children 2 and under who can be held in your lap do not need a ticket. If you feel your child needs additional space we recommend you purchase an additional seat.

The 2016-2017 U.S. Figure Skating Rulebook covers everything you want to know about technical requirements, rules, eligibility and even music.

Practice passes for all session ticket holders who received e-tickets can be picked up at Sprint Center will call or received via regular mail.

Ticket prices vary by session. Single session tickets are as low as $20 (with fees and taxes) and as high as $105 (with fees and taxes) making this a very affordable opportunity. [And don’t forget: We have deals and discounts available until January 19, 2017.]

Championship Weekend packages are also available beginning at $199 (with fees and taxes.)

All-session tickets start at $399  (with fees and taxes) and include practice passes and admission to all competition events at Silverstein Eye Centers Arena in addition to sessions held at Sprint Center.

Don’t worry. We created a cheat sheet for you on what to watch. And don’t forget to check out the ticket deals and discounts that are available until January 19, 2017.

You can view a list of all qualifying athletes here.

The following autograph sessions are planned (subject to change) and will take place at the Prudential Autograph Station on the main concourse.

Friday, January 20 | 4-4:45 p.m. | Championship Ice Dance (top 4 after short)

Saturday, January 21 | 1:15-2 p.m. | Championship Men (top 4 after short)

Sunday, January 22 | Noon-12:45 p.m. | Championship Pairs and Ladies Medalists