Georgia Tech Announces 2017 Football Promotional Dates

March 7, 2017

THE FLATS – Fans can begin making plans to be in attendance at Bobby Dodd Stadium for Georgia Tech’s annual Goldout, Whiteout, Homecoming and Military Appreciation games, as the Yellow Jackets’ 2017 football promotional dates were announced on Tuesday.

2017 GEORGIA TECH FOOTBALL PROMOTIONAL DATES
Date Opponent Promotion
Saturday, Sept. 9 Jacksonville State Goldout
Saturday, Sept. 23 Pittsburgh Hall of Fame Day
Saturday, Sept. 30 North Carolina Whiteout
Saturday, Oct. 21 Wake Forest Homecoming
Saturday, Nov. 11 Virginia Tech Military Appreciation
Saturday, Nov. 25 Georgia Senior Day/Michael Isenhour Toy Drive

Additional details will be finalized throughout the offseason.

Season tickets for Georgia Tech’s highly anticipated 2017 home schedule, which includes the season-opening Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game versus Tennessee at brand-new Mercedes-Benz Stadium along with the six contests at Bobby Dodd Stadium are on sale now, beginning at just $300. For more information and to purchase season tickets online, visit togetherweswarm.com.

The deadline for 2016 season ticket holders to renew their seats for 2017 is Tuesday, March 14. Benefits for renewing by the March 14 deadline include $25 off per seat, up to 20% off additional single-game tickets and entry into an exclusive drawing for great prizes, including Georgia Tech football helmets, customized GT jerseys, tickets for the Yellow Jackets’ Oct. 28 contest at Clemson and much more.

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