If you’re looking to get Georgia Tech football full season ticket packages for the 2017 season, you’ll have to search the secondary market.
Georgia Tech kicks off the upcoming season in Atlanta Monday night versus old Southeastern Conference foe Tennessee in the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium in a game that seems to have helped boost season ticket sales.
Tech’s athletics department announced on Monday that the school’s allotment of seven-game season ticket packages were all gone. This includes tickets to all games that the Yellow Jackets play in Atlanta; six at Bobby Dodd Stadium and the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Classic a few blocks away.
The Jackets sold all 30,000 of their original allotment of tickets to the season opener, and then sold 5,000 more after requesting an additional batch, according to Georgia Tech Athletics.
This year’s home slate for Paul Johnson’s Yellow Jackets includes Tennessee (Sep. 4), Jacksonville State (Sep. 9), Pittsburgh (Sep. 23), North Carolina (Sep. 30), Wake Forest (Oct. 21), Virginia Tech (Nov. 11) and Georgia (Nov. 25).
As of Monday, some six-game (Bobby Dodd Stadium games only) season ticket packages were still available, as well as the opportunity to purchase flex packs. The flex packs allow fans to choose four or more home games.
Fans may also buy a few remaining single-game tickets to include Jacksonville State, Pittsburgh, North Carolina, Wake Forest and Virginia Tech.
A few tickets for the season finale against Georgia remain as well, but in order to secure these through Georgia Tech, fans will need to purchase one of the aforementioned remaining multi-ticket options.
Georgia Tech’s Labor Day game versus Tennessee is scheduled to kick off at 8:00 p.m. and will be shown on ESPN.