UTC, UT Football Tickets On Sale Monday

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

One of the most anticipated games on Chattanooga’s 2014 football schedule is the Oct. 11 trip to Knoxville to face the Tennessee Volunteers.  It marks the Mocs’ first visit to Neyland Stadium in 45 years and the third game at an SEC opponent in the last six seasons. 

Chattanooga football season ticket holders and Mocs Club members get the first opportunity to purchase from UTC’s ticket allotment on Monday, June 2.

  Fans who have not purchased or renewed their 2014 football season tickets can do so here.

Season ticket holders will be emailed a link to buy Tennessee game tickets on June 2, and are allowed to purchase up to their season ticket total.  For example, if you have purchased four Mocs football season tickets, you can buy up to four Tennessee game tickets through that link. 

Mocs Club members at the Starter Moc level ($75) or higher who do not have UTC football season tickets can purchase up to two (2) Tennessee game tickets.  For more information on joining or renewing your Mocs Club membership, visit www.MocsClub.com.

Fans who have UTC football season tickets and are members of the Mocs Club at the Starter Moc level or higher, can purchase their ticket limit plus two additional tickets to the Tennessee game. 

Seat allocation is based on the Mocs Club priority point system and tickets will be distributed in August.  Tickets are $55 each and this includes all processing fees.  If any tickets in the allotment are not sold, they will be available to the general public on July 1.  Season ticket holders who wish to update their contact information or email address can do so here

For more information on purchasing from Chattanooga’s allotment of Tennessee game tickets, contact the UTC Ticket Office at (423) 266-MOCS (6627). 



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