Tickets for the Murray State ($35), Gardner-Webb and Duke ($45) games can be purchased here.
The school also has a few remaining Rivalry Packages for $93 each, which includes one ticket to the Oct. 10 game against Duke and the Nov. 28 game against North Carolina, available here.
For the ninth year in a row, the school has sold out all of its season-ticket inventory, according to Brian Kelly, the school's assistant athletics director for ticket operations.
"Even in a difficult economic climate, our fans continue to show how devoted they are to Wolfpack football and how excited they are about the coming season," said NC State athletics director Lee Fowler. "I know it means a lot to Coach [Tom] O'Brien and his team that they will again be playing in a packed Carter-Finley Stadium.
"I think the improvement shown during Coach O'Brien's first two seasons and the game-day atmosphere that has been created here over the last few years continue to attract the NC State and Triangle communities to our home games."
The Wolfpack opens the 2009 season next Thursday against South Carolina, a game for which no tickets remain. It follows with home games against Murray State (Sept. 12), Gardner-Webb (Sept. 19) and Pittsburgh (Sept. 26).
For more information or questions about tickets, call the ticket office at (919) 865-1510 or visit the GoPack.com ticket center.