So now that we know for sure where Tech is going it's time to get tickets.
"From our 17,500 tickets that we have, we also have to take out for the band, the players and things like that - so what's left we will let people who are $300 donors in the Red Raider Club plus season ticket holders who did not turn in the order form get this week to turn those in, and if there are any left they will go to the general public on Monday December, 12 at the ticket office," said Craig Wells, TTU Assistant. Athletic Director of External Operations.
The Tech Ticket Office is open from 8:30am-5pm. Tickets are $80 each. And Craig says if you can't get your hands on tickets, you might want to try Internet auction sites. Although you will be paying a lot more than $80.
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