Clemson Football Season Tickets on Sale


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The Clemson Athletic Ticket Office is now selling season tickets for the 2012 Clemson football season to the general public. The season ticket price is $320 and includes all seven home games, including the South Carolina game. The season ticket price reflects a $45 discount to purchasing each game individually and guarantees a reserved seat. Single game tickets will go on sale in early July. Tickets may be purchased online at ClemsonTigers.com or by calling 1-800-CLEMSON .

The Clemson Athletic Ticket Office and IPTAY encourage you to make the most of this season by becoming a member of IPTAY. IPTAY members receive priority seat assignments over the general public for season tickets as well as single game tickets. By donating at least $350 and purchasing two season tickets, an IPTAY member is automatically qualified for a 2012 football parking place card. An IPTAY donation provides scholarships for Clemson students and is key to building and maintaining outstanding facilities that help Clemson remain as one of the top intercollegiate athletic programs in the country. Join IPTAY today online at ClemsonTigers.com or by calling 1-800-CLEMSON .

Current IPTAY members should purchase their season tickets via their 2012 football season ticket application by logging in to their personal ticketing account using their IPTAY number and password.

2012 Clemson Football Home Schedule
Sept. 8 - Ball State
Sept. 15 - Furman
Oct. 6 - Georgia Tech
Oct. 20 - Virginia Tech
Nov. 10 - Maryland
Nov. 17 - NC State
Nov. 24 - South Carolina
*All times are TBA

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