Tickets going fast to ACC Championship


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The deadline for IPTAY requests is Friday, November 20, 2009.

CLEMSON -- Despite the fact Clemson has yet to actually qualify for the ACC championship game at Raymond James Stadium on December 5, tickets sales have been going “very well” according to Dan Newhart from Sunburst Entertainment.


Exact numbers are not available since sales are through multiple sources such as Ticketmaster, the Tampa Bay Sports Commission, and the various universities, but a lot of sections are no longer available as of Friday morning.


Currently the only way to get 100 level seating is via Clemson’s allotment. All other 100 level sections are sold out. There are a limited number of seats remaining in the 200 level. Tickets remain available at the 300 level.


See ACC Championship Seating Chart Here


A paper form to request tickets for the ACC Championship has been mailed to all IPTAY Donors. The deadline for these requests is Friday, November 20, 2009. If the demand exceeds the supply allocated to Clemson, limits will be placed according to IPTAY priority points


The championship game has sold out of the allotment that was set aside for the 50% discount promo code “ACC1” advertised on TigerNet.com several times in the last week. However, Newhart said he can still offer a discount to Clemson fans if they have a group of 10 or more. He can be contacted at 727-825-3293 or dnewhart@raysbaseball.com.


ACC Football Championship Hotel Deal


Joe Brown, Vice President of Sales & Marketing from Mainsail Suites Hotel and Conference Center, is offering a deal for Tiger fans at his hotel which is five minutes from the stadium starting at $109 a night. This rate includes breakfast and shuttle service to the game. Enter Promo Code "TIGERS" at mainsailtampa.com or call 866-724-5287 to take advantage of this offer.

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