Baseball season tickets reach five-year high
CLEMSON, S.C. - Excitement for the young 2016 baseball season has resulted in a five-year high for season tickets, as the total has reached 3,027, the highest since 2012.
2012 - 3165
2013 - 2989
2014 - 2975
2015 - 2829
2016 - 3027
Season tickets are still available and can be ordered online at ClemsonTigers.com or by calling 1-800-CLEMSON.
For fans with tickets to games who can't attend a specific contest, the athletic ticket office has also announced two options for fans to transfer their tickets for others to use.
Option 1 - Fan-to-Fan Transfer
• Scenario - A ticketholder is unable to attend a game and wants to give their tickets to a friend but cannot physically put the tickets in that person’s hand.
• Solution - Go to ClemsonTigers.com, and the ticketholder can submit the date, game and the tickets they want to transfer, and that information will be submitted electronically to the ticket office, which will leave the tickets at the Doug Kingsmore Stadium left-field ticket office will call for the specified person. For fans who do not have access to the internet, they can call the ticket office at 1-800-CLEMSON (available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m., to 4:30 p.m.) and make their request. All requests must be made three hours prior to first pitch.
Option 2 - Fan-to-Ticket Office Transfer
• Scenario - The ticketholder is unable to attend a game and wants to return their ticket to the ticket office to make sure someone is in their seat for the game.
• Solution - Go to ClemsonTigers.com and fill out the form. The tickets will go into a pool to use for upgrading Clemson fans as they purchase tickets at the box office that day. The fan will not receive any compensation for returning their tickets. Once the game has started, any returned tickets can be used to move fans to better seating locations as an upgrade to their in-game experience.