Tickets Available for Duke, Florida State Football Games


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CLEMSON -- Tickets still remain available for Saturday's Homecoming game against Duke at 1:00 PM, and Ticket Manager Bobby Skelton announced Tuesday that a limited number of general admission tickets are now on sale for the Florida State game.


A reserved single seat for the Duke game is $35 while group tickets are $16. To receive the group rate, 15 or more tickets must be purchased by Friday, November 4. The tickets are reserved seats in the top deck and are not available online. High school age and under students can purchase a $10 ticket on the day of the Duke game at the ticket office and Gate 5.


Due to construction progress on the WestZone Initiative, general admission tickets are available for $48 for the Florida State game. The seats are located between the North and West Stands in the new Northwest Pie section of the WestZone. These tickets are available by calling the Athletic Ticket Office at 1-800-CLEMSON


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