BRISTOL, Tenn. — Bristol Motor Speedway is now introducing packages for die-hard fans and for those who just prefer to mingle for the Pilot Flying J Battle at Bristol football game between Tennessee and Virginia Tech on Sept. 10.
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“The ticket demand and intrigue surrounding this epic game have led us to create more ways fans can be a part of college football history,” said Jerry Caldwell, executive vice president and general manager at Bristol Motor Speedway. “As a renowned short track, we’ve had many years to hone our hospitality offerings in NASCAR, and now we want to heighten the senses of the college football fan.
“Before grandstand tickets were sold out, we’ve seen prices on the resale market listed for a minimum of five times the face value of the seat. Fans can buy more than just a ticket to the game for less money with Bristol’s new experiential packages.”
For guests seeking a premium ticket and pre-game experience, The Trophy Club offers the best of both worlds. Catered meals, beverages and appearances by Hokie and Vol legends kicks-off college football’s biggest day; packaged with exceptional seats these ticket bundles begin at $350. Those who already have tickets to the game can upgrade to the pre-game hospitality for $200.
Those looking to get even closer to the action, Battlefield seats located on the track, start at $400. Grab three friends, clients or co-workers and share a half-moon table atop the Battlefield grandstands starting at $500 a seat. Hokie or Vol, the end zone is where every fan wants to see their team. The Touchdown Clubs, located near each locker room, introduce a premium field level hospitality unrivaled in college football.
From the ultra-plush, all-inclusive services offered in The Chairman’s Experience to being in the midst of the sideline energy in the Pit Road Lounge, Bristol Motor Speedway provides a whole new way to experience one of America’s favorite pastimes. For full details visit, BattleatBristol.com, click on the VIP experiences tab or call 1.855.580.5525.
Now that grandstand tickets for the Pilot Flying J Battle at Bristol are sold out, Bristol Motor Speedway and Ticketmaster encourage ticket buyers and sellers to conduct their transactions at the new Pilot Flying J Battle at Bristol Ticket Resale Marketplace. To protect buyers and sellers from fraudulent interactions, all purchases made on the Pilot Flying J Battle at Bristol Ticket Resale Marketplace website will be guaranteed by Bristol Motor Speedway.
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