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National Commodore Club

Tickets for away football games


Order your tickets now, and cheer on the Commodores throughout the SEC and beyond

Make your plans now to support the Vanderbilt Commodores on the road in 2013. The 'Dores will play five away football games during the upcoming season.

Sept. 14 at South Carolina
Tickets are $50 each. Order by Aug. 16.*

Sept. 21 at Massachusetts
Tickets are $25 each. Order by Aug. 16.*

Oct. 26 at Texas A&M
Tickets are $70 each. Order by Sept. 27.*

Nov. 9 at Florida
Tickets are $50 each. Order by Sept. 27.*

Nov. 23 at Tennessee
Tickets are $55 each. Order by Oct. 25.*

To order tickets for away games, National Commodore Club members may call the Vanderbilt Athletics Ticket Office at (615) 322-GOLD. A $3 processing fee will be charged for each ticket.

Let's fill the SEC and beyond with black and gold during the 2013 season. Anchor Down!

*The ticket deadlines are set because opposing universities have requested to receive our unsold tickets in advance of game day.


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