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Ticket Scam at Georgia Tech

While approximately 1,500 tickets remain for Saturday's meeting between No. 4 Virginia Tech and No. 19 Georgia Tech at Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta, the university issued an alert Thursday regarding a ticket scam and cautioning fans when purchasing tickets through non-Georgia Tech sources.

Georgia Tech officials have received reports of fraudulent ticket offerings, including the sale and distribution of wristbands for entry into Bobby Dodd Stadium. The wristbands are not valid for entry, nor are any other wristbands of any kind. A game ticket is required for admission. The stadium does not have standing-room-only tickets.

There have been reports of these scams for at least two Georgia Tech home football games, Saturday's against the Hokies and the Nov. 28 meeting with Georgia.

By Mark Viera  |  October 15, 2009; 1:22 PM ET
 
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