Clemson tickets ranked #6 highest road demand in CFB

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Our friends at have released their latest data that has calculated on average how much ticket prices were impacted by each away team in college football this season.

Clemson led the way in the ACC as the team that caused the biggest price increases on the road. On average, when Deshaun Watson and the Tigers come to town this season, average ticket prices increase by 53 percent.

The only football teams that impact prices more were Notre Dame (96 percent), Michigan (68 percent), Penn State (67 percent), Ohio State (65 percent), and Oregon (56 percent).

The most in-demand Clemson game this season is the September matchup against Auburn, which has a median ticket price that is 48 percent higher than the average Auburn home game. Next on the list is the home game against South Carolina, which is 46 percent more expensive than the average Clemson home game.

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