Clemson’s 2013 Football Ticket Pricing Announced

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CLEMSON, SC - The Clemson University Athletic Department announced Friday that season tickets for Clemson’s 2013 football campaign will be available for purchase on March 15.

Clemson’s 2013 season ticket price will be $330 for the seven home games. The season ticket provides IPTAY members/season ticket holders a $40 discount (11%) off the total cost of the seven home games individually. The order deadline will be Monday, May 6.

Season and single-game tickets may be purchased online at or in person at the Clemson Athletic Ticket Office located at the northwest corner of Memorial Stadium. Paper applications for season ticket holders will also be mailed the week of March 25.

Clemson’s 2013 home schedule includes ACC games against Wake Forest, Boston College, Florida State and Georgia Tech. The Tigers’ home nonconference opponents are Georgia, South Carolina State and The Citadel.

Clemson will offer a Kickoff Package, which will include the Georgia and South Carolina State games for $85. The Kickoff Package will be available to select IPTAY levels during the priority purchasing time. Any remaining packages will be released by IPTAY level beginning in late May. Single game tickets will go on sale to the public, based on availability, in early July.

The adult price for the South Carolina State and The Citadel games will be $35 per ticket and a $10 youth ticket (high school and under) will also be available for those games.

Gameday designations will be announced later this month once plans have been finalized.

2013 Single-Game Ticket Information

Date Opponent Price

Aug. 31 Georgia# $75

Sept. 7 South Carolina State $35

Sept. 28 Wake Forest $50

Oct. 12 Boston College $50

Oct. 19 Florida State $70

Nov. 14 Georgia Tech^ $55

Nov. 23 The Citadel $35

# - Only Available in Kickoff Package

^ - Thursday Night Game

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