3:56 pm July 30, 2010, by Tim Tucker
Although season tickets are again sold out, Georgia will put a “limited number” of single-game tickets to three home football games on sale to the general public next week.
Tickets to the Sept. 4 season opener against Louisiana-Lafayette, the Sept. 18 game against Arkansas and the Nov. 6 game against Idaho State will be available starting at 9 a.m. Tuesday by phone (1-877-542-1231) and online (www.georgiadogs.com). The tickets are $45 apiece.
The tickets are available because the opposing team did not require as many seats as for some other games and/or because UGA season-ticket holders did not request as many additional seats as for some other games. Georgia typically has a small number of single-game tickets available to the general public for a couple of home games each year, but it’s surprising that the Arkansas game — the Bulldogs’ first SEC home game and a potential matchup of Top 25 teams — is available.
Georgia said the single-game orders will be filled on a “first-come, first-serve” basis.
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