Wednesday March 3rd, 2021 7:38AM

Tech's Stansbury: Baseball tix to be refunded; football deadline pushed back

By Georgia Tech Communications Department

ATLANTA — Georgia Tech Athletic's Director Todd Stansbury released a message Thursday concerning the spring sports season, spring tickets, and the upcoming football season.


The health and safety of our student-athletes, staff and our whole community is and will always be our top priority. This is an unprecedented public health crisis and something that is affecting the lives of people in much bigger ways than sports. Therefore, I am supportive of measures that have been taken to ensure health and safety during this challenging time and understand that we must all do our part to help address this pandemic.

That said, I am heartbroken for all of our student-athletes — especially the seniors — whose seasons ended much sooner than anyone could have anticipated up until just a few days ago.

As President Cabrera has said, these are difficult and stressful times for our entire community, especially our student body. We will continue to support our student-athletes and our whole community in any way that we possibly can as we navigate these unparalleled times together.


Baseball Tickets

2020 Georgia Tech baseball season ticket members will be offered a full refund for the cost of their season tickets and TECH Fund donation. A representative from the Georgia Tech athletics ticket office will reach out to all season-ticket members to discuss refund options.

2020 Football Season Tickets

In order to allow our loyal football season ticket members some extra time to renew their football season tickets for the 2020 season, the renewal deadline has been extended from Friday, March 20 to Friday, April 3.

In appreciation of our season ticket members' loyal support of the Yellow Jackets, Georgia Tech athletics will be flexible during this unprecedented time. If you’d like to renew your football season tickets but need to discuss an alternative renewal schedule or flexible payment options, please reach out to your ticket office representative or email to receive a phone call from your representative.

Those who wish to renew season tickets online can do so 24 hours a day, seven days a week at

Although the Georgia Tech athletics ticket office is closed for in-person business, our staff is available via phone (888-TECH TIX) and email ( during regular business hours. When calling 888-TECH TIX, please press 3 and follow the prompts to leave a message. Your call will be returned promptly. We appreciate your patience as we continue to serve you, while also holding our community’s health and safety as the No. 1 priority.

Ticket purchasers will be offered refund options if any future Georgia Tech athletic events are cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.

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