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Virginia Tech Football Tickets Market Watch

A recent visit to stubhub.com reveals what games you need to start saving for.

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It’s that time of year people. The football season will soon be here, so let’s talk tickets. Folks that regularly check in on Gobbler Country, know I love looking at ticket prices like some folks like looking at the stock market. I always use stubhub.com , as the primary index, as this is the biggest secondary ticket market. I invariably get comments and emails with lower prices, but for these articles I always use stub hub. Looking for a sunny getaway and catch a potentially important A.C.C. road game? Head to Miami, and watch the Hokies play the ‘Canes. You can score a ticket to Hard Rock Stadium for a paltry $15. You will have to pay $40 to park, but for the price of a movie ticket, you can see the game that may decide the Coastal.

On the other end of the spectrum, the highest ticket listed is for the Clemson home game. The cheapest ticket available comes in at $198. Those tickets are near the top of the east stands, on the five yard line. The most expensive ticket listed for the Clemson game is an astounding $650. For $650, you are near midfield, on the west side of Lane Stadium. That sounds ludicrous until you look at tickets for Alabama and Florida State in Atlanta. The cheapest ticket for the opener is $421, and the most expensive is $2,019. That isn’t a typo. Let us know what games are on your calendar this upcoming season!