Sorry I have never been a season ticket holder. So is that $415 for all 7 home games in your seat? I wanna become a season ticket holder but won’t be able to this year. Also I know it takes more points and dontations to IPTAY for a chance at better seats but could that $415 get you seats anywhere or would you have to pay more for better options.
The $415 is the cost of a ticket, period. Different areas have different "seat values" (have to be met via IPTAY dues or extra). I think the lowest "seat value" is $70 (that seat for that year). My seats are in the upper west corner of the south, lower stands. I have had them for 40 years. Good luck. Don't tarry.
You generally have to be donating to IPTAY plus paying the season ticket price. The map in the link shows you the minimum donation, per seat purchased, to have a chance to sit in each section. And just because you give enough to be eligible to buy in a certain section, there's virtually zero chance of actually getting into that section unless you have cumulative points from previous giving.
Last year did not have a name on the home schedule to bring a crowd.
While Syracuse and NC State were big games at the time, but those schools do not draw people based on their name.
Home openers always have a big draw and GA Tech starting the season will be a bigger draw than FCS schools.
Texas A&M will be a huge draw.
People will still pay to see Clemson play FSU even though they are down.
Charlotte & Wofford will be games where the stadium will not be full.
Wake and BC will depend on how Clemson has played and how those teams have played.
2019 is a pretty good home schedule. If you opted out of the 6 game pack because you couldn't give away tickets for Furman, GA Southern, or a terrible Louisville team then you may miss out on a few home games this season when tickets are scarce.
When I ordered my tickets a few weeks ago I asked if I was getting tickets or something to print out and I was told all tickets are the real tickets. If this is true, print outs are not an option anymore.