2014 Clemson Baseball Ticket Information

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Ticket Renewal Deadline: January 8, 2014
Individual Game Ticket Sales Begin: January 2, 2014

Season Ticket Prices
Orange Chairback Infield Seats: $175
Green Chairback Infield Seats: $160
Terrace Seats: $160
Chapman Grandstand Seats: $160
Right Field Chairback Seats: $160

Individual Game Ticket Prices
Reserved Seats - $10.00
Youth Reserved Seats - $5.00
Group Reserved Seats - $5.00
*For groups of 10 or more. Applies to all home games with exception of the following premium games:

South Carolina:
Reserved Seats - $20.00
General Admission - $15.00

Florida State:
Reserved Seats - $15.00
General Admission - $10.00

Reserved Seats - $15.00
General Admission - $10.00

NC State:
Reserved Seats - $15.00
General Admission - $10.00

Reserved Seats - $15.00
General Admission - $10.00

*South Carolina tickets will initially be sold to IPTAY Donors only. If tickets remain, they will be sold to the general public.
**General admission tickets will only be sold once all reserved seats are sold out.

Gates open one and a half hours prior to game time. Tickets will be sold on game day at the left field ticket booth or the home plate ticket booth. General Will Call is located at the left field ticket booth. Player guest will call is located at the left center field gate. Student tickets are distributed in the right center field gate upon presentation of a current CUID card.

Clemson vs. South Carolina at Fluor Field in Greenville, SC on March 1, 2 PM
Ticket applications sent to baseball season ticket holders in early January. If tickets remain, they will be sold based on availability to all IPTAY Donors in early February. Tickets may be purchased at ClemsonTigers.com or by calling the Clemson Athletic Ticket Office at 1-800-CLEMSON.

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