They may be purchased on line through clemsontigers.com or in person at the ticket office at Memorial Stadium. Football paper applications will also be mailed within the next week to 10 days.
Clemson's home schedule includes ACC games against Maryland, Georgia Tech, defending Coastal Division champion Virginia Tech and NC State. The non-conference opponents are Ball State, Furman and South Carolina. Four of the games are against teams that went to bowl games and won at least eight games last season, including two who finished in the top 20.
Clemson enters the 2012 season coming off its first ACC Championship in 20 years, a 38-10 victory over third ranked Virginia Tech in the title game. The Tigers finished with a 10-4 record and top 25 final ranking and return All-ACC players Sammy Watkins, Tajh Boyd, Dalton Freeman and Andre Ellington from a record setting offense. Watkins was just the fourth true freshman in the history of college football to earn first-team Associated Press All-America honors.
Clemson's season ticket price will be $320 for the seven home games. The season ticket gives Clemson fans a $45 discount off the total cost for the seven home games individually. The cost of this year's season ticket is $11 more than last year, but cost has risen just $21 over the last seven years.
The price for the first two games (Ball State and Furman) will be $35 per ticket and a $10 youth ticket (high school and under) will be available for each game as well. Below is the home schedule and the single game ticket prices.
Date Opponent Special Day Price
Sept. 8 Ball State Youth Day $35
Sept. 15 Furman Parents' Weekend $35
Oct. 6 Georgia Tech Hall of Fame Day $55
Oct. 20 Virginia Tech Military Appreciation Day $65
Nov. 10 Maryland Homecoming $50
Nov. 17 NC State IPTAY Day $50
Nov. 24 #South Carolina Solid Orange Day $75
#only available at $80 in a package with Ball State game
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