THE FLATS – Georgia Tech’s Weekend Pack ticket offering has proven to be a popular choice among Yellow Jacket men’s basketball fans and remains one of two options left available for patrons to purchase tickets to Tech’s Dec. 22 game against Georgia.
The Weekend Pack, created for fans who find it tough to navigate weeknight traffic to games at McCamish Pavilion, includes six Saturday and Sunday games, beginning with Sunday’s game against Florida A&M and the Dec. 22 noon game against the Bulldogs. It also includes the Yellow Jackets’ Atlantic Coast Conference games against Wake Forest (Jan. 5), Louisville (Jan. 19), No. 11 Florida State (Feb. 16) and Boston College (March 3). The price for the package begins at $119.
“We listened to the feedback of our fans and worked to create packages that make it easier to attend our games,” said Mike Castle, assistant athletic director for ticket sales and operations. “Offering a package that highlights Saturday and Sunday games just made sense and has been a popular choice for our fans.”
Georgia tickets can also be purchased as part of Tech’s four-game Flex Pack, which includes any four games at a price starting at $80. ACC Packs – ticket packages including all nine ACC games – can be purchased for as little as $149.
The Yellow Jackets close out their pre-holiday schedule with their 195th all-time meeting against the Bulldogs on Saturday, Dec. 22, a game that will tip off at noon at McCamish Pavilion. On Jan. 19 against Louisville, Tech will honor nine-year NBA veteran Anthony Morrow for the 4 p.m. Saturday tip.
The best seats and prices for all Tech games are available by purchasing a 9-game ACC pack (for North Carolina) or a Weekend Pack (which includes Georgia).
- ACC Packs – All nine conference match-ups starting at $149
- Weekend Packs – Every Saturday and Sunday game (six total) starting at $119.
- 4-Game Flex Packs – Select any four games starting at only $80.
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