How is the Football Vol Pass going?

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Sara Clark

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I have a student worker who purchased the pass. Thus far, he's been lower level, section A or B.

**Edit** Be mindful, they can pic what's open, so I'm not sure what his other options have been. He's pretty happy with the process
 
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They offered an option for $280 this season (after season ticket deadline...) that you could choose a seat from the remaining inventory the Monday before the game.

Thanks for the feedback. Considering making this change for next year.
 
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I bought the Vol Pass and I’ve been very satisfied with it. The University sends a link on Monday morning the week of a home game and you get to pick from a plethora of different seats. I’ve been satisfied with each seat I’ve been able to choose.
 
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Vol Pass is a good idea for UT. It helps cut down on low attendance, and puts the burden of pricing on the buyer. If you go to all 8 home games you are looking at $35/ticket, miss one game you cost goes up to $40/ticket, go to only 4 games the cost is $70/game. This is a guaranteed revenue stream for UT, and, as the more often you come, the less the cost/game to the purchaser is, and there's a greater likelihood we'll see good numbers at Neyland, not to mention, Beer sales, etc.
 

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