Starting today, fans can now purchase tickets at all price options – season passes and single game tickets – to access Tech’s five home series against Pitt (March 18-20), NC State (April 8-10), Miami (April 14-16), Louisville (May 13-15), and Duke (May 19-21). As in previous years, all non-conference home games, including the Hokies’ non-conference weekend series, will remain free to the general public.
Click here to purchase tickets through the Tech baseball ticket portal.
INDIVIDUAL GAME TICKETS
Individual tickets for Tech’s ACC home games are priced at $10 while youth ages 6-18 are set at $5 (kids 5 and under are free). Virginia Tech students who receive tickets through the Student Lottery portal can also access home games for free.
FLEXIBLE PACKAGE 15 TICKETS
Tech’s premier baseball season ticket package is the 15-ticket flex plan which provides the holder with 15 flex tickets to use at any ACC home game. Flexible tickets can be combined for entry to the same game at the choice of the holder – a 15-ticket plan can accommodate one fan at 15 games, five fans at three games or 15 fans at one game.
Season passes through the 15-ticket flexible plan are available at $120 with the option to purchase additional tickets at $8 each. Fans who purchase the 15-ticket flexible plan will also be eligible to earn Hokie Club priority points.
FLEXIBLE PACKAGE 10 TICKETS
For fans looking for a smaller season commitment, Tech offers the 10-Ticket Flex Plan (priced at $90) which gives the holder 10 Flex Tickets and the ability to purchase additional tickets at $9 each. Unlike the Premier Plan, Hokie Club Priority Points are not available with the 10-Ticket Flex Plan.
All Tech Baseball ticket sales are both cashless (requiring a payment card for purchase) and mobile (with the exception of walk-in tickets which are purchased at English Field on game day).
ENGLISH FIELD SEATS
At the entrance to English Field, seating at all Tech home baseball games is general admission, giving fans the chance to experience the stadium from different angles. Fans can choose to sit in the seats behind home plate, enjoy the picnic area on the first base line, or watch the game from the family terraces along the third base line.
Fans are encouraged to read the Field Visitors Guide in English 2022 for more information on the stadium, venue and season.