The spirit of 4 tickets, 4 hot dogs, 4 cokes lives on.

Georgia Tech football marketing is still Chantastic.

(h/t Reservoir Dawg)


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19 responses to “The spirit of 4 tickets, 4 hot dogs, 4 cokes lives on.

  1. D,JD they are charging more for the Thursday night tickets than the Saturday tickets. Who would have thought it? They should give more free stuff for that Thursday game.


  2. ApalachDawg

    I think the only way Richt gets fired is if he loses to Tech. If I recall correctly, the Donnan lost to the nerds 3 in a row, and was shown the door.


  3. Pantslesspatdye

    What is an upper sideline seat? Its a rhetorical question.


  4. Bulldog Joe

    Looking at their calendar, I see Georgia Tech is still lying about who won the Clemson game.

    Don’t ever change, Georgia Tech.


  5. Napoleon BonerFart

    I’m waiting until I can get a Groupon.


  6. Athens Dog

    As bad as we have it right now, we’re not them……………….


  7. truck

    Lmao at “100+ sold”


  8. Dawgy45

    “Georgia Tech is ready to show its opponents why it’s one of the country’s best football teams.” I’m curious…why are they one of the country’s best football teams? I mean outside of that whole wins and losses thing…


  9. Beer Money

    By the way, for those of you looking, Tech is also cutting the price with each loss on UGA tickets on their Stubhub holdbacks. All of their holdbacks are blowing up in their faces and market price has already dipped below face. I can’t wait until they “magically” have a bunch for sale at face on their own website after their 5th or 6th loss like AU did in 2012.


    • PTC DAWG

      I have had success buying UGA tickets from they by going into their ticket office, do not wear Georgia garb…wear a yellow shirt if you have one. A couple of more losses should do it.


      • Russ

        Heh heh! I did that at Clemson years ago when we were still home and home with them. Took an orange shirt I borrowed, bought a couple of tickets, then went back to the car to change into my Dawg shirt.


  10. Doug

    “This year promises even bigger things.”

    Yes, the number in their loss column is already bigger than the one they had at the end of last year.