2001 Georgia Tech Football Student Ticket Distribution

Basketball Ticket Info

GT Student Seattle Bowl Tickets

The Jackets are going to the inaugural Seattle Bowl in Seattle, Washington. The game will be played on December 27th, 2001 at 1:00pm (PST). Student tickets are available for $50 each. Tickets may be purchased at the GTAA Ticket Office during regular business hours, or online through this site. Click “tickets” to order. Go Jackets!

Student distribution will take place each week of a homefootball game Tickets will be distributed:
Monday 7:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Only current GT Students may pick uptickets from the GT Ticket Office (located on the corner ofTechwood and Bobby Dodd Way) Tickets will be distributed on afirst-come, first-serve basis until student distribution is over orthe ticket office runs out of student tickets. Each student maybring up to four Buzz Cards, including that of a co-op student,when he/she picks up the student tickets during distribution. Afterpick-up, the used Buzz Card(s) will be inactive for a period oftime to prevent students from multiple pick-ups. There is nore-entry at the games, no exceptions.

The student ticket distribution schedule will be as follows:

Game Game Date Distribution Date
The Citadel Sat. Sept. 1 Mon. Aug. 27
Clemson Sat. Sept. 29 Mon. Sept. 24
*Maryland Thurs. Oct. 11 Mon. Oct. 8
**NC State Sat. Oct. 20 Mon. Oct. 15
*North Carolina Thurs. Nov. 1 Mon. Oct. 29
Georgia Sat. Nov. 24 Mon. Nov. 19

* Thusday night ESPN game
** Homecoming game

GUEST PASSES
A limited number of guest passes will be sold on a game by game basis Guest passes are not available for CLEMSON OR GEORGIA Guest passes are $10 a game per person Guest passes will be available for sale during your regularly distribution time

BLOCK SEATING
Block seating applications can be picked up beginning August 16th at the Student Government Association Office, GTAA Ticket Office, or on-line at: http://cyberbuzz.gatech.edu/athletics and www.ramblinwreck.com.

CAMPING OUT POLICY
The Student Ticket committee will monitor students “camping out,” this is not controlled by the Athletic Association.

Each student may have a maximum of 4 Buzz cards At midnight,the night before the first day of distribution, a number will beissued for each buzz card in hand (i.e. Joe Smith is first in linewith three total buzz cards, he will receive the numbers 1,2 and 3.Betty Grant is second in line with 2 Buzz cards, she will receivethe numbers 4 and 5, etc.). The number received will correspondwith your place in line and prevent people from cutting. At randomtimes, someone from the ticket committee will monitor the line bymatching the person holding the Buzz cards with the correspondingnumbered tickets. This will happen until the student ticket windowopens at 7:00 a.m. At 7:00 a.m., the first morning of distribution,one student ticket committee member will regulate the front of theline matching the number of Buzz cards with the correspondingnumbered line tickets (9.e. It will be in sequential order,1,2,3,4,5 etc..). This will eliminate the ability to cut in line atanytime.

Away Game Student Ticket Distribution Procedures

Georgia Tech students can purchase tickets for any away game(s) through the Georgia Tech Ticket Office. Students must present one Buzz Card for each ticket purchased, with a maximum of four cards per student. The ticket office is required to return any unused student tickets to the opposing school no later than one week prior to the game.

Student tickets on sale for the following games

Game Game Date Sale Date(s)
Navy September 8 Mon. Aug. 20
Florida State September 15 Tues. Sept. 4
Duke October 6 Mon. Sept. 24
Virginia November 10 Mon. Oct. 29
Wake Forest November 1 Mon. Nov. 5

2001-02 GT Student Basketball Tickets

Students are admitted free to all home men’s and women’s basketball games by presenting their valid Buzz Card at the student gate of Alexander Memorial Coliseum. No tickets or blocks will be distributed to students this season. The student gate for men’s home games is Gate 2. The student gate for women’s home games is Gate 3. Gates open one hour prior to tip-off.

The student area of the Coliseum consists of sections 4 and 14. These sections include standing-room risers on the floor of the Coliseum, under each basket. All seating in the student area is general admission. There are no reserved seats in the student area. Students may purchase guest tickets, if available, at the Coliseum ticket office one hour prior to tip-off.

Student admission lines or camp-outs prior to games will be monitored, if necessary, in the same manner as football camp-out lines.

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