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August 12, 2009

Away Game Cut-Off Scores for Georgia Tech and Vandy Announced


Geno Atkins vs. Tech in '07 (Image: Hipple)

The Athletic Department announced the ticket cut-off for the Georgia Bulldog games at GT and Vanderbilt.
  • Vanderbilt: All Hartman Fund contributors who ordered with a cumulative score of 11,300 and higher will receive tickets.
  • Georgia Tech: All Hartman Fund contributors who ordered with a cumulative score of 30,000 and higher will receive tickets.
If you don't have tickets and are interested in aftermarket sources, I may be able to help. Our relationship with Stubhub gives you access to tickets in almost any section of Tech's Bobby Dodd Stadium or Vandy's Dudley Field. Links to ticket information from Stubhub is below:The UGA Athletic Department hasn't announced the cutoff scores for the Cocktail Party this year. When they announce for the Florida game, we'll let you know.

PWD

11 comments:

Andy said...

Woah, those Vandy prices are way high right now. . .

Richard said...

I assume Stubhub doesn't accommodate those who want to swap tickets. Just found out that my kids have travel soccer tournaments the weekend of Sept. 12th. I'd be willing to swap 2 or 4 or 6 USC/UGA (mid height in section 104) tickets for some decent UGA/Tech tickets.

Anonymous said...

Richard, You should try calling them. See what they say, if you don't like it then try again the next day at a different time and see if you can get someone else. One thing I have found with those kind of sites is that it all depends on who you get on the phone.

PTC DAWG said...

Only a sucker would buy Vandy tix ahead of time from the secondary market.

SC Dawg said...

You can purchase Vanderbilt tickets directly from that school's website. Tickets for the Georgia game will go on sale September 1.

You'll need to open an account there, but at least you won't get calls from the ticket office about purchasing season tickets every year, unlike Georgia Tech.

https://oss.ticketmaster.com/html/home.htmI?team=vanderbilt&l=EN&out=1

Gen. Stoopnagle said...

I assume you would have posted F/S cutoffs if they were announced? I suppose I *could* check em myself...

Anonymous said...

Richard,

How many Tech tickets are you looking for? I have 6, but only 2 left for a possible trade. Don't have the seat location yet, but they'll be side-by-side in the UGA section. I buy them thru the UGA Athletic Dept as an annual contributor (70,000+ points). I'd be willing to discuss a trade. Let me know.

Anonymous said...

Why do they not know the Florida game cutoff. They know exactly how many seats are allocated to UGA and how many UGA folks ordered tickets. Seems to me, this should be an easy game to determine the cutoff.

Dubbayoo said...

Do the Hartman contributions ever "expire"? I'm trying to set myself for season tix 6-8 years from now. How much should I start giving now to be in the ball park around 2015 and will money I give these next couple of years still count that far in the future? I'm not exactly rolling in dough here.

SC Dawg said...

Hartman scores are there for the rest of the contributor's life. There is no expiration date, as far as I know.

As for how much you should give, nobody knows what kind of score will be needed next year to be a new season ticket holder, much less 2015. It'll depend on the success of the team as well as the economy.

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