2015 Clemson Football Season Tickets on Sale Now


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CLEMSON, S.C. – Season tickets for Clemson’s 2015 football season are now on sale to IPTAY donors through the athletic ticket office page on ClemsonTigers.com. Members of IPTAY can purchase tickets for $340, a 14% discount off the face value of tickets and the price available to non-IPTAY donors.

The Tigers’ home schedule features seven games and includes Notre Dame’s first visit since 1977 along with 2014 top-10 finishers Florida State and Georgia Tech.

“We want to ensure that our IPTAY donors receive a significant discount through their season-ticket purchase,” director of athletics Dan Radakovich said. “This is the first price adjustment for season tickets since the end of the 2012 season, and we’re excited about the passion and support of our fan base as we have an exciting home schedule in 2015.”

IPTAY donors have a priority deadline of May 5 to order season tickets at the discounted rate and have an opportunity to pay over three installments. Any remaining season tickets will be made available to the general public on June 9 at the full cost of $395. Based on availability, single game home and away tickets will go on sale to IPTAY donors on June 17.

“We want to provide each of our donors and season ticket holders the opportunity to order full season tickets prior to the sale of any single game ticket,” director of ticket operations Kate McCrary said. “While this is a change from previous ticketing processes, it’s one we hope ensures as many Clemson fans as possible have an opportunity to see all seven home games.”

Fans are encouraged to purchase through the online ticketing system, where they will receive a discounted processing fee compared to paper and in-person orders. Paper applications will still be mailed and should be received by late March.

For more information, please visit ClemsonTigers.com or call the ticket office at 1-800-CLEMSON.

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