Men's and women’s ball season tickets on sale now


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Clemson men’s and women’s basketball season tickets are now on sale for the 2013-2014 season, the Athletic Ticket Office has announced.

Men’s season tickets are priced at $299, and feature 16 home games in Littlejohn Coliseum, including nine Atlantic Coast Conference tilts.

Season tickets offer a 10% discount off individual game pricing and are the only way to guarantee seats to each home game. Conference games held in Littlejohn Coliseum include Georgia Tech, Duke, Florida State, Maryland, Wake Forest, Pittsburgh, Virginia, NC State and Miami. The basketball season ticket priority deadline is set for September 24, 2013, and all season tickets will be allocated based upon IPTAY level.

All 2012-2013 men's basketball season ticket holders were sent an email to renew season tickets last week, and a ticket application will be mailed to all previous season ticket holders and IPTAY members in the near future.

The 2013-2014 women’s basketball schedule also features 16 home games, with 8 ACC opponents. Conference games in Littlejohn Coliseum include Georgia Tech, Pittsburgh, Florida State, Miami, Duke, Wake Forest, NC State, and Boston College. Women’s basketball season tickets are priced at $60 for adults and $39 for youth/seniors. Bring a family of four to the season for just $99!

Season tickets for men’s and women’s basketball can be purchased by IPTAY members and the general public on ClemsonTigers.com. For further information, contact the Clemson Athletic Ticket Office at 1-800-CLEMSON or via email at cutixonline-l@clemson.edu.

Single game tickets for men’s and women’s basketball will go on sale in October with IPTAY members receiving first priority.

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