2017 Tech Football season ticket renewals underway

BLACKSBURG – The Virginia Tech Athletics Ticket Office will begin accepting season ticket renewals for the 2017 football season beginning at 10 a.m. today.

Virginia Tech football season tickets remain available at $350 for a fourth consecutive year. While that pricing is already a solid value, as a special “thank you” for loyal fans, any account that renews by Feb. 16 will receive a complimentary Hokies stadium blanket (one per account) available for pickup at the 2017 Spring Game on April 22.

Fans can renew their season tickets online by visiting here at vthoki.es/TixRenew or by clicking here. One also can renew by returning his/her renewal form in person at the Virginia Tech Athletics Ticket Office or by mail. All 2016 season ticket holders and Hokie Club members also should anticipate receiving a ticket catalog and renewal application in the mail the week of Feb. 6. This ticket catalog will include important details regarding season ticket renewals, as well as the re-seating process for 2017 in conjunction with your contribution to Hokie Scholarship Fund.

A rematch of the 2016 ACC Championship Game against defending national champion Clemson on Sept. 30 highlights Tech’s home schedule that features six Saturday games at Lane Stadium this fall. The Hokies will open ACC play against the Tigers, as the two teams will square off in the regular season for the first time since 2011 when Clemson last visited Blacksburg. Renewing or purchasing season tickets is the only way to guarantee your seats for the Clemson contest.

Tech’s home slate also includes Saturday home contests against ACC Coastal Division foes North Carolina, Pittsburgh and Duke. In addition, non-conference foes Delaware and Old Dominion will face the Hokies for the inaugural time, as Tech plays host to both squads in September.

The Hokies are led by head coach Justin Fuente, who earned consensus ACC Coach of the Year honors in 2016, guiding the Hokies to a 10-4 record and the ACC Coastal Division title in his initial season in Blacksburg. Dating back to the 1999 season — when Frank Beamer coached Virginia Tech to its first 11-win season and a berth in the national championship game — only Oklahoma (14) has registered more seasons with double-digit victories than Virginia Tech (12) among Power Five programs over that span.

The Hokies enter the 2017 season seeking to extend a streak of 24 straight bowl appearances – the longest active streak recognized by the NCAA. After beating Arkansas in the 2016 Belk Bowl for a third straight bowl victory, the Hokies finished the 2016 season ranked No. 16 (AP, Coaches), marking the highest final mark for the squad since 2010 (No. 16 AP, No. 15 Coaches).

The Hokies open the 2017 season by renewing their rivalry with West Virginia on Sept. 2 at FedExField in Landover, Maryland. Ticketing options for the West Virginia game and for student season tickets will be made available once specifics are finalized and will be communicated on hokiesports.com.

Fans who weren’t Virginia Tech season ticket holders in 2016 and aren't currently Hokie Club members are encouraged to visit vthoki.es/2017st to receive details about the benefits of becoming a season ticket holder in 2017.

For questions regarding season tickets please contact the VT Athletics Ticket Office at 800.828.3244 or 540.231.6731. For questions regarding your Hokie Scholarship giving please contact the Hokie Club at 540.231.6618.

RENEW TODAY: vtfootball.com

TICKET CATALOG: vthoki.es/FB17Tix

2017 Virginia Tech Football Schedule


Sept. 2 vs. West Virginia (FedExField - Landover, Md.)

Sept. 9 Delaware

Sept. 16 at East Carolina

Sept. 23 Old Dominion

Sept. 30 Clemson*


Oct. 7 at Boston College*

Oct. 14 OPEN

Oct. 21 North Carolina*

Oct. 28 Duke*


Nov. 4 at Miami*

Nov. 11 at Georgia Tech*

Nov. 18 Pittsburgh*

Nov. 24 at Virginia*

*ACC Games

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