June 30, 2013
THE FLATS – On the day that Pittsburgh, Syracuse and Notre Dame officially join the Atlantic Coast Conference, Georgia Tech is making it lighter on the wallet to see two of those league newcomers in Bobby Dodd Stadium this fall.
The Panthers, Orange and Fighting Irish become official members of the ACC on Monday, a ceremony celebrated by the league office at an event in New York.
In recognition, Georgia Tech is offering a one-day-only sale of tickets to the Yellow Jackets’ home football games this fall against Syracuse (Oct. 19) and Pittsburgh (Nov. 2), Tech’s Homecoming opponent. The $15 cost per ticket signifies the 15 schools that now make up the ACC roster, and online sale of these tickets will last 15 hours, beginning Monday at 9 a.m.
This is a unique ticket-purchasing window. Single-game tickets for Tech’s other five games are not available, and the tickets for the Pitt and Syracuse games will not be available again until September when the price returns to $40 per ticket.
The Georgia Tech ticket office is selling Pitt and Syracuse tickets Monday (July 1) from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m., with online sales extended until midnight. Call 1-888-TECH-TIX or go buy online.