Ticket office opens second priority period for ACC Championship game
Season ticket holders/Hokie Club members may request tickets through Nov. 23
November 16, 2007

BLACKSBURG, Va. - The Virginia Tech Athletics Ticket Office has opened a second priority request period in preparation for the football team's possibility of qualifying for the ACC Championship game in Jacksonville, Fla., on Dec. 1.

There are approximately 5,000 tickets remaining from Virginia Tech's original allotment, and season ticket holders and Hokie Club members may request tickets now through 10 a.m. on Nov. 23.

Credit card numbers (MasterCard, VISA) will be required to request tickets, but cards will only be charged once it is determined if Virginia Tech is playing in the championship game.

Should the Hokies beat Virginia on Nov. 24 to earn a spot in the title game, any remaining tickets from the allotment not requested by season ticket holders and Hokie Club members will be made available to the general public.

Should there be more requests than there are tickets available, requests will be honored using the Hokie Club priority point system. Requests made during the original summer priority period will be honored before requests made in the current period.

To purchase tickets, to learn more about the ticket allocation, or to see a list of events planned for ACC Championship weekend, visit http://www.hokietickets.com/football/acc/.