THE FLATS – Single-game tickets for Georgia Tech’s Atlantic Coast Conference home games are now on sale to the general public, and all processing fees will be waived for all orders until 9 a.m. Tuesday morning. Tech has also its alumni reunion dates, which will honor Anthony Morrow on Jan. 19 when the Yellow Jackets play Louisville, and Mark Price on Feb. 16 when Tech hosts Florida State.
Tickets start at $15 for a home ACC schedule that includes four Associated Press Top 25 teams in Virginia Tech (Jan. 9), North Carolina (Jan. 29), Clemson (Feb. 6) and Florida State (Feb. 16). The Yellow Jackets open the conference schedule Saturday, Jan. 5, against Wake Forest, with Louisville (Jan. 19) and Notre Dame (Jan. 22) also visiting McCamish Pavilion in January. After Clemson and FSU visit in February, the Jackets host Pittsburgh on Feb. 20 and close out the home slate March 3 against Boston College.
Tech will honor Anthony Morrow, one of the top three-point marksmen in Yellow Jacket history and a nine-year NBA veteran, on Jan. 19 when the Yellow Jackets host Louisville at 4 p.m. Fans will be treated to a pre-game autograph session and a free “Shir-sey” to the first 1,000 fans through the door.
Legendary point guard Mark Price, who led the Yellow Jackets to their first ACC title in 1985 and played in the NBA for 12 seasons, will be honored on Feb. 16 when Tech takes on Florida State at 2 p.m. Again, fans will have a pre-game autograph opportunity and the first 1,000 through the door will receive a free replica jersey. Tech’s annual Letterwinners Day and post-game scrimmage also will take place that day.
The best seats and prices for Tech basketball remain as part of the following packages:
- ACC Packs – All 9 conference match-ups starting at $149
- Weekend Packs – Every Saturday and Sunday game (6 total) starting at $119.
- 4 Game Flex Packs – Select any 4 games starting at only $80.
A full schedule of promotional activities will be announced in the near future.
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