Georgia Tech Expands GovX Partnership for Men’s Basketball

Dec. 28, 2017

THE FLATS – Georgia Tech athletics announced Thursday an expansion of its partnership with GovX to provide military personnel and first responders with discounted tickets to select home men’s basketball games during the 2017-18 season.

The discounted tickets (up to 40 percent regular prices) are available to all United States active and reserve military personnel and veterans as well as first responders.

Tickets for select games can be purchased online at, guaranteeing the ability to select the best seats available and to avoid long lines on gameday. Tickets are also available at the McCamish Pavilion ticket windows (with valid ID and while supplies last).

Fans are reminded that the only way to guarantee tickets to the highly anticipated showdown between Georgia Tech and nationally ranked Duke on Feb. 11 is through ACC Packs.

Beginning as low as $27 per game, ACC Packs ensure fans tickets for all nine of the Yellow Jackets’ home conference contests. Purchasing ACC Packs also ensures maximum seat availability, including options in the Callaway Club, and remain on sale until Jan. 3.

Georgia Tech’s men’s basketball team is in its second year under head coach Josh Pastner . Tech has been a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference since 1979, won three ACC Championships (1985, 1990, 1993), played in the NCAA Tournament 16 times and played in two Final Fours (1990, 2004). Connect with Georgia Tech Men’s Basketball on social media by liking their Facebook Page, or following on Twitter (@GTMBB) and Instagram .

For more information on Tech basketball, visit . Tickets for men’s basketball can be purchased here .


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