Single game ACC tickets moving briskly

BLACKSBURG, Va. – Single game tickets for Virginia Tech home ACC games continue to move briskly, as more games sell out or near sell outs.

Tickets for the Jan. 22 “ESPN Big Monday” home game against defending national champion North Carolina have now sold out. This now becomes the fourth ACC sell out and the sixth overall. Tickets for the Florida State, Miami and Duke home games have already sold out.

Fewer than 50 tickets remain for the Louisville game on Feb. 24 at the Carilion Clinic Court at Cassell Coliseum.

Prices for the Virginia and Louisville games are $50. The Pittsburgh, NC State and Clemson games are $30 apiece.

Tickets may be purchased by visiting For sold out games, fans are encouraged to purchase tickets through StubHub – the official fan-to-fan marketing place of the Hokies.

Coca-Cola Family 4 Packs for the Pittsburgh game– four tickets, four Coca-Cola drinks and four bags of popcorn are available for $80. This option must be purchased online in advance of January 6.

Virginia Tech’s home game against North Carolina is a Black Out effect game and the home game against Duke is Maroon Out effect game. The official effect t-shirts are available at Virginia Tech Bookstores on the Virginia Tech campus and on the Cassell Coliseum concourse.

The home game against Miami on Feb. 3 will be a White Out effect game, with the first 1,000 season ticket holders receiving a white t-shirt.

Upcoming halftime acts include: Red Panda, Air Elite Dunkers, Olate Dogs, and more. For a list of game promotions, click here:

Fans are also encouraged to join the Hokie Club. Hokie Club members have early access to purchase season, mini plans, single game and post-season tickets for Tech’s sporting events. Join the Drive for 25 today at

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