G-Day ticket news

This just showed up in my email inbox.

Screenshot_2021-03-15 Georgia Athletics

I presume that means the Magill folks didn’t snap up the entire offering.  So, there you have it, if you want to go and see the QBR battle live.


UPDATE:  As we noticed,

The school put 2,000 tickets for the G-Day game at $10 a pop on sale to the general public at 9 a.m. Monday at Georgiadogs.com, but they sold out in about 90 minutes.

The 2,000 tickets were  what remained for the April 17 spring game after Hartman Fund donors snagged most of those available for what again will be a socially distanced stadium of 20 to 25 percent capacity. Georgia listed that as 20,524 last season…

Tim Cearley, UGA’s associate athletic director for ticket operations, said tickets were gone by about 10:30 a.m. Monday.

… The first priority for season ticket holders went to those who received tickets to the cancelled Vanderbilt game as well as Magill Society members.


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9 responses to “G-Day ticket news

  1. KornDawg

    I ordered them when they were first offered to Hartman Fund donors, thinking I wouldn’t get them because my priority is pretty low. I got 4, so I’m guessing demand isn’t all that.


  2. godawgs1701

    it appears to be sold out, FWIW.

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  3. MudCat's Mechanic

    It appears it is sold out, or I just can’t see tickets.


  4. And just that fast Gday is sold out. QBR battle has never been so coveted. dothandawg

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  5. setzer613

    Got my four. Max you could get.


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  7. Teacher Martin

    I already got my 4, but I’m not going. I’m letting a friend whose son is walking on this year have them.