So what does it cost to go on the road with the Bulldogs?
Georgia said Thursday that cumulative lifetime contributions to the Athletic Association of at least $21,950 were required to gain the right to buy tickets from UGA’s allotment to the Oct. 10 football game at Tennessee. Getting tickets through UGA for the Sept. 5 season opener at Oklahoma State required contributions of at least $4,000.
On the other hand, Georgia said it was able to accommodate all orders from contributors for the Sept. 19 game at Arkansas. Cutoffs haven’t been calculated yet for games at Vanderbilt and Georgia Tech and in Jacksonville against Florida.
Georgia earlier said that $4,205 in lifetime contributions were required to gain the right to buy first-time home season tickets this year. And what about season-ticket holders who wanted to purchase additional single-game tickets to, say, the Oct. 3 home game against LSU? That required contributions of $32,500 to qualify.
Georgia said lifetime contributions of $18,050 and $10,000 were required to qualify to buy single-game tickets to the home games against Arizona State and Kentucky, respectively.
No single-game tickets were available for the home games against South Carolina and Auburn, UGA said, because those schools took the maximum allotment of visitors’ tickets. At the other extreme, Georgia was able to fill all contributors’ orders for single-game tickets to the Nov. 7 home game against Tennessee Tech.
UGA fills ticket orders — whether for season tickets, single-game home tickets (when available) or road tickets — on the basis of prospective purchasers’ cumulative lifetime contributions, starting with the highest and continuing until the ticket supply is exhausted.