$18 Football, Basketball Tickets Available

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THE FLATS – In honor of the 18th year of the Michael Isenhour Toy Drive, Georgia Tech athletics has introduced two special $18 ticket offers for this weekend.

The $18 ticket offers include:

  • $18 lower-level seats for Friday’s men’s basketball game vs. East Carolina (7:30 p.m. – McCamish Pavilion)
  • $18 upper-level sideline seats for Saturday’s football game vs. Virginia (3:30 p.m. – Bobby Dodd Stadium)

Additionally, fans can attend Sunday’s women’s basketball game versus archrival Georgia at McCamish Pavilion for just $1 when presenting a ticket from Saturday’s GT-UVA football game. Tipoff for the women’s basketball version of Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate is set for 2 p.m.

To take advantage of the special $18 ticket offers, visit ramblinwreck.com/promo and enter the promo code TOYDRIVE.

The Georgia Tech Student-Athlete Advisory Board (SAAB) kicks off its 18th-annual Michael Isenhour Toy Drive this weekend. Donations will be accepted at Friday’s men’s basketball game vs. East Carolina, Saturday’s football game vs. Virginia and Sunday’s women’s basketball game vs. Georgia. New, unwrapped toys and monetary donations (make checks payable to Georgia Tech Athletic Association) will be collected by SAAB members at the entrances to each event. Toys and monetary donations that are collected will be delivered to local children’s charities the week of Dec. 10, with the Atlanta Children’s Shelter serving as the primary beneficiary. Click HERE for more information.

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