Georgia Tech selling more seats for opener against Tennessee


Georgia Tech fans are buying season tickets -- and a lot of them -- to get into the Labor Day season-opener against Tennessee.

In a press release, Georgia Tech requested and received more seats to the season opener in Mercedes-Benz Stadium to meet buying demand. Georgia Tech initially received 30,000 seats for the opener and picked up 5,000 more. 

Single-game tickets went on sale Monday. To learn more about Georgia Tech season tickets and more, visit its ticket website


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