Clemson ticket, parking assignments to be distributed


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Clemson’s Athletic Ticket Office, along with IPTAY, begins notification of season ticket seating and parking assignments this week. Season ticket holders will be notified via email to access their ticket and parking assignments online at ClemsonTigers.com by logging in to the online account with their IPTAY number and password. Tickets and parking passes will be mailed in the coming weeks.

Earlier this summer, Clemson announced a sellout of its entire allotment of 57,059 season tickets with a renewal rate from the 2015 season of 98%. Only 179 accounts did not renew for the 2016 season, and over 2,500 new season tickets were sold to IPTAY members.

With campus improvements and ongoing construction, IPTAY and the athletic department underwent the most significant parking changes since 2007, as over 2,000 parking spaces used in 2015 are not available this season.

New parking options are being developed west of campus in the new “North West Zone” comprised of the newly built Seneca Creek Meadow lot, Newspring Church parking lot and the Snow Family Outdoor Fitness Area. Those newly developed lots will be serviced by enhanced shuttle access on Hwy. 93 with a dedicated lane and approximately four-minute route to the East Beach Transit Hub located near the entrance to Lot 13.

Detailed maps and directions can be found HERE (http://www.clemsontigers.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=28500&ATCLID=209961894), and in the Fan Guide which will accompany printed tickets.

Season ticket holders can also reach the Athletic Ticket office and IPTAY via email at cutixonline@clemson.edu or by phone at 1-800-CLEMSON.

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