Tickets remain for Miami game, as well as BC and UVA

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Tickets remain for Virginia Tech’s home matchup with Miami on Thursday, October 23. You can purchase tickets at HokieTickets.com.

Tickets are available in the top section of the South Endzone, as well as the East Stands. Clicking on “Let me choose my own seats” on HokieTickets.com will give you a detailed view of exactly which seats are available for purchase.

Virginia Tech badly wants (and needs) a sellout against Miami, so if you plan to come to the game but have not purchased tickets, please consider buying them through the school.

Face value for the Miami game (along with the UVA game) is $60. Tickets for the Boston College game are set at $50.

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  1. If Tech was located in Loudon county, we’d have a sold out 80k+ stadium. Blacksburg is tough to get to and there aren’t enough hotel rooms. The NoVa region has probably the largest number of Hokie alumni as well as some
    of the highest paid. We (myself and several of my fraternity brothers) have a hard time with the 5 hour drive and difficulty finding a place to stay. Another complaint that my wife brings up is that Blacksburg doesn’t have enough high quality downtown restaurants who don’t just serve wings and pizza to the undergrad crowd. Time for this town and program to move to version 2.0. I think we have some positives moving that way, apparently a new hotel is in the works for the old Holliday inn site and we’re seeing some nice downtown developments, hopefully the population and infrastructure will follow.

  2. Very odd that the face value for Miami tickets in the far reaches of Lane Stadium is $60 when the face value of my Miami tickets purchased as a Golden Hokie season ticket holder in a nice are of Section 7 are $50.

  3. This must be absolutely frustrating to Whit and the football team. We have a better product on the field. The game experience is better. The Athletic Administration cares what the fans think and want. That we cannot sell out the Miami game, on a Thursday night, is inexcuseable. And let us not forget that selling tickets is critical to everything the Athletic Department does at Virginia Tech. We can’t pay assistant coaches more, we can’t up recruiting budgets, forget about the Olympic sports. Folks need to sell out these games. That is all there is to it!

    1. Yep…those who don’t buy or contribute have no right to complain if we can’t pay to keep assts

    2. I agree. Where have all the HOKIES gone! I am so disappointed in our fans! The team needs our support. What more could you ask for than Miami on a Thursday night?

  4. Just a thought here, but perhaps it is time for two price levels for tickets. I have been looking for weeks for four tickets to Miami game. However, if I am going to take off work and drive several hours on a school night, I would rather sit in the lower 2/3rds of either sideline or the S. end zone for the expensive tickets. However, if I knew I could save $20/ticket, then maybe I would sit in the nosebleeds!

    1. I was thinking the same thing. I wonder if the Athletic Dept. will try in football what they are doing in basketball with tiered pricing.

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