Less than 250 season tickets remain

Season Tickets

BLACKSBURG, Va. – Fewer than 250 season ticket packages are available for the upcoming men’s basketball season.

Benefits from purchasing season tickets include savings over individual game tickets, the opportunity to purchase mini plans and single game tickets before the public, in-game recognitions and more.

Beginning on Tuesday, Oct. 24, the following mini plans will go on sale.

The 5 Game Flex Plan is $150 and consists of the following options:

Choose 1 of these games: UNC, Duke, Virginia or Louisville

Pick any 2 remaining ACC games

Pick any 2 non-conference games

The 3-Point Plan is $100 and includes a ticket to the Virginia, Pitt and either North Carolina A&T or Presbyterian games.

Tuesday’s on-sale is exclusive for the Top 3 Hokie Club donor levels (Hokie Stone, Hokie Scholar and Hokie Ambassador), Wednesday begins the on-sale for all remaining Hokie Club members and men’s basketball season ticket holders, and if inventory remains, the general public may purchase beginning on Thursday, Oct. 26.

Next week, based on availability, non-conference single-game tickets will go on sale for $20 each. The on-sale dates are Oct. 31 for the top three Hokie Club donor levels, Nov. 1 for remaining Hokie Club members and men’s basketball season ticket holders, and Nov. 2 for the general public.

Dec. 12, 13 and 14 will be the on-sale dates for ACC single game tickets, based on availability. Those prices are set at $50 for UNC, Duke, Virginia and Louisville, and $30 for Pitt, Florida State, Miami, NC State and Clemson.

Student season tickets ($99) are on sale until Oct. 26, or until student tickets sell out. The student season ticket includes admission to 12 of the 18 home games that fall during the semesters when classes are in session. Students may opt to add break game tickets to their season ticket package at the same time when ordering season tickets.

Fans wishing to purchase tickets may do so by visiting HokieTickets.com. Fans need to be aware that all plans are in case of ticket availability. When season tickets sell out, all mini plans do, as well.

The Hokies are coming off an exceptional season. The Hokies defeated two top-10 teams and won 20 games for second consecutive year. Tech earned an NCAA bid for the first time in 10 years.

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