Bowl Ticket Information


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The Clemson Tigers are heading to the Chick-fil-A Bowl in Atlanta to take on the LSU Tigers on December 31! The Clemson Athletic Ticket Office is currently accepting ticket orders from IPTAY members. IPTAY members may now log onto their online ticket account using their IPTAY number and password to order tickets. To receive IPTAY ticket priority, orders must be placed by Tuesday, December 4 by 7pm. The Ticket Office will have extended office hours on Monday, December 3 and Tuesday December 4 from 8am-7pm.
Clemson will receive 18,000 tickets for the Chick-fil-A Bowl. Ticket prices are $80 in the upper level and $90 in the lower level and mezzanine areas. Click here to view the seating chart.
Ticket limits have been placed to offer as many IPTAY members the opportunity to attend the game. All tickets will be assigned based on IPTAY priority points.

IPTAY Priority Points Number of Tickets and Location
600 or more 8 Lower Level
325-599 6 Lower Level
210-324 4 Mezzanine
70-209 2 Upper Level
1-69 May request 2 upper level seats*
*Requests will be evaluated and donors will be contacted based on availability by email on Wednesday, December 5.

Parking passes will be sold through the Chick-fil-A Bowl website; www.chick-fil-abowl.com.
Clemson student bowl tickets will go on sale Thursday, December 6. Students will receive an email with further details.

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