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Gates and ticket booths at English Field will open 90 minutes before first pitch on game days.
Ticket Planning and Pricing
Season ticket flex plan for access to Tech’s five ACC home series against Boston College (March 10-12), Virginia (March 31-April 2), Georgia Tech (April 14-16), North Carolina (April 28-) Currently on sale. 30) and Clemson (May 12–14). To view pricing options and purchase season tickets, fans can Click here to access the Tech’s ticketing portal, or Click here to know more details,
Single-game tickets for Tech’s ACC home games will be made available on Wednesday, February 8. Individual tickets cost $10 while youth ages 6 to 18 cost $5 (children 5 and under are free). Virginia Tech students who obtain tickets through the Student Lottery Portal can also access home games for free.
As in previous years, all non-conference home games, including the Hokies’ non-conference weekend series, will be free to the general public. The seating for all home games at English Field at Atlantic Union Bank Park – for both conference and non-conference games – is general admission in all stadium sections, except for the section adjacent to the first base dugout (only for team ticket holders). seat reserved for
Mobile and Cashless Ticketing
As introduced prior to the 2022 season, Virginia Tech Athletics has transitioned to mobile ticketing for all athletic events in an effort to provide a more convenient, sustainable and safe gameday experience.
Most Tech baseball season tickets, partial plan and single-game tickets will be delivered digitally. English Field premium seating will continue to be distributed as physical tickets. Fans are strongly encouraged to download their tickets prior to arriving at the ballpark to guarantee the fastest admission experience. All walk-up ticket sales on Gameday will go toward cashless payment and will require a debit or credit card for purchase.
With the introduction of an advanced Hokiesports mobile app and My Account portal, it has never been easier to manage tickets on a mobile device. For full details including step-by-step instructions and FAQs, please visit HokieSports.com/Mobile Tickets,
cashless concession stand
In efforts to improve the flow and speed of transactions, the English Field concession stand will remain cashless in payment this season and will require a debit or credit card for purchases. This practical adjustment, designed to reduce wait times, eliminates the exchange and handling of currency as the overwhelming majority of concession stand purchases are already done via credit card.
Fans who do not have access to a debit or credit card should consider purchasing a prepaid card at Kroger prior to the game. For those who still prefer to pay cash, The Hokey Shop will have a limited amount of gift cards available for cash purchase.
Fan-friendly concession pricing and alcohol sales
The fan-friendly concession pricing will continue at English Field this season, debuting at Lane Stadium during the 2021 football season. Fans can expect classic Gameday items like hot dogs, popcorn, nachos, Coca-Cola fountain drinks and bottled water to be available for $3.00 each.
Additionally, select beers and seltzer will be available for purchase at English Field. All fans will be required to show proper identification in order to purchase any alcoholic beverages. Liquor will be sold until the start of the seventh inning of the game day.
clear bag policy
Virginia Tech’s clear bag policy remains in place for English Field. This policy helps provide a safe environment for spectators and expedites entry of fans into the ballpark. Accepted bags are limited to:
- Bags that are clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and do not exceed 12” x 6” x 12”
- One gallon clear plastic freezer bag (Ziploc bag or similar)
- Small clutch bag approximately the size of a hand, with or without handles or straps and no larger than 4.5” x 6.5”
For more information, please visit HokieSports.com/ClearBag,
Fans with access to English Field on gamedays are encouraged to use free parking in Lot 16 (“The Cage”), located northwest of the stadium along Duck Pond Drive. Parking in front of the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine (Lot 7), located right across the English field, is prohibited.
Fans parking in public locations other than Lot 16 between 7 a.m. and 10 p.m. Monday through Friday must pay to park using the university’s ParkMobile platform. Click here to learn about Parkmobile,
For parking questions, please email [email protected] or call (540) 231-3200.
Theme games, in-venue promotions and gifts
Fans can look forward to several themed games this season, including Country Night, Decades Weekend, Game Show Day, Hammer Time Hokies, Lightsabers and Sledgehammers, Military Appreciation, Sandlot Night, Welcome to the Danger Zone and more.
On weekdays, fans can load up on Tater Tuesdays, Wing Wednesdays and other feature concessions promotions. Fans are also encouraged to keep up to date with themed concession promotions at select weekend series games.
For the conclusion of each series, Tech is proud to host Sunday Fundays at the ballpark, during which youth teams (eighth grade and under) can enter for free with the purchase of an adult ticket. Kids can also run bases after each home series, weather permitting.
Take home games at English Field this season will see several notable in-plane promotions return, including live in-plane hosts at select games. Giveaways this season will include Foam Hammer Time Sledgehammers, baseball trading cards, T-shirts and more.
Coming soon – Click here for more information on Tech Baseball promotions.
maroon and orange memories
Fans will once again be able to purchase exclusive experiences to enhance their gamedays through Maroon and Orange Memories. to reach the stage, Download the Hokiesports Mobile App And use the menu in the top left corner. Tech Baseball experiences will be made available closer to the season.
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