Clemson announces price increase, availability for 2013 season football tickets

Season tickets climb $10 to $330; Georgia game tickets available in 'Kickoff Package' with S.C. State game

The Clemson University Tiger mascot walks ahead of football players during Tiger Walk, before kickoff with North Carolina State.

Photo by Ken Ruinard

The Clemson University Tiger mascot walks ahead of football players during Tiger Walk, before kickoff with North Carolina State.

Season tickets to Clemson's seven home games will cost $330 in 2013 - a $10 increase over last season and a $21 jump over 2011.

The Clemson athletic department announced that tickets will be available for purchase on March 15. The deadline for ticket orders is May 6.

The season ticket provides a $40 discount over individual game prices.

Season and single-game tickets may be purchased online at clemsontigers.com, or in person at the Clemson ticket office. Paper applications for season ticket holders will be mailed the week of March 25.

Clemson’s 2013 home schedule includes ACC games against Wake Forest, Boston College, Florida State and Georgia Tech. The Tigers’ home nonconference opponents are Georgia, South Carolina State and The Citadel.

Tickets to the Georgia game will be initially available only as part of a 'Kickoff Package' package that includes the South Carolina State game the following weekend. The 'Kickoff Package' is priced at $85. Individual tickets to the Georgia game, if any remain after IPTAY priority orders are filled, are priced at $75.

The 'Kickoff Package' will be available to select IPTAY levels during the priority purchasing time. Any remaining packages will be released by IPTAY level beginning in late May. Single game tickets will go on sale to the public, based on availability, in early July.

Pricing the remaining home games include $70 for Florida State on Oct. 19; $55 for the Georgia Tech game on Nov. 14; $50 for the Wake Forest game on Sept. 28 and the Boston College game on Oct. 12; and $35 for the S.C. State game on Sept. 7, and the Citadel game on Nov. 23.

Game-day designations will be announced later this month after plans have been finalized.

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