FANS SHOULD BE ON ALERT FOR TICKET SCAMS SATURDAY

Oct. 15, 2009

ATLANTA – The Georgia Tech Athletic Association advises fans to be cautious when considering the purchase of football tickets through non-Georgia Tech sources.

Tech officials have received reports of fraudulent ticket offerings and scams, including the sale/distribution of wristbands for entry into Bobby Dodd Stadium. These wristbands are not valid and a game ticket is required for admission.

Wristbands of any kind are not good for admission, and standing-room only tickets do not exist.

There have been reports of these scams for at least two Georgia Tech home football games – Saturday’s game against Virginia Tech and the Nov. 28 game against Georgia.

The Georgia Tech Ticket Office cannot guarantee the validity of tickets purchased through any entity other than the Georgia Tech Ticket Office or authorized ticket representative. If you have any questions, please contact the Georgia Tech Ticket Office at 404-894-5447.

RELATED HEADLINES

FANS SHOULD BE ON ALERT FOR TICKET SCAMS SATURDAY
January 17, 2019 Podcast: From The Flats (Episode 16)

Host Wiley Ballard and special guests discuss the latest in Georgia Tech athletics

FANS SHOULD BE ON ALERT FOR TICKET SCAMS SATURDAY
January 17, 2019 #TGW: It's All About Taking

Regardless of alignment, D.C. Andrew Thacker wants to put GT's defense in position for thievery