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Tennessee football rides the momentum of a six-game win streak—the second-longest active streak among Power Five programs—into the 2020 campaign. Season tickets are now available, and Director of Athletics Phillip Fulmer has announced that pricing has not increased from last year.
Season-ticket options start as low as $300 with the Volunteers set to host 2020 home games against Alabama, Florida, Kentucky, Missouri, Charlotte, Furman and Troy.
“Everyone is energized about the way we finished last season,” Vols head coach Jeremy Pruitt said. “When Neyland Stadium is rocking, it’s unlike anyplace else in the country. And it sure seems like our players block a little better and hit and lot harder when Vol Nation is revved up. We’ve got something special taking place here, and we’re putting on more steam every day to make sure the decade of the Vols starts strong. We need our fans to put on more steam, too.”
AllVols.com now features a new, interactive, 3D seat map enabling fans to experience the various ticket options throughout Neyland Stadium. While AllVols.com is accessible 24/7 to purchase tickets, fans also are welcome to call (865) 946-7000 to speak with a helpful ticket representative on weekdays from 8:30 a.m. ET through 5 p.m. ET.
The Vol Pass also is returning for the 2020 football season. A great option for fans interested in experiencing Neyland Stadium from a different vantage point each game, those interested in learning more about the Vol Pass are encouraged to call (865) 946-7000.
“Coach Fulmer is passionate about ensuring that the Neyland Stadium experience remains accessible for all families,” Associate Athletics Director for Fan Experience & Sales Jimmy Delaney said. “So having a $300 season ticket option and continuing to offer the Vol Pass were important to him. Our various ticket options throughout the stadium provide Tennessee fans with a really broad variety of ways to enjoy gameday on Rocky Top.”
As part of Fulmer’s push for affordable options, the 2020 price for “no donation required” seating—located in the stadium’s south upper deck—has decreased from $360 to $300.
Tennessee fans can prime themselves for an exciting fall by attending the Chevrolet Orange & White Game on Saturday, April 18. Admission is free, and kickoff is set for 4 p.m. ET. Athletic department staffers will be available that day to provide 1-on-1 service to fans interested in exploring the stadium to review available seating inventory. Fans interested in scheduling an appointment (on April 18 or any other date) can do so HERE.
“It will be a big recruiting weekend,” Pruitt said of Orange & White weekend. “So we need Vol Nation to show our visitors what the Vol Walk and gameday at Neyland Stadium are like in the fall.”
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