These requests can be completed online at clemsontigers.com, by mailing in the request form sent to all 2006 Football Season Ticket Holders, and by calling 1-800-CLEMSON.
A limited number of club seats are available to Clemson. If the
demand for club seats exceeds the supply it may be necessary to fill
orders with the lower priced tickets. Information to season ticket
holders and IPTAY donors will be released on Friday, December 8th on
clemsontigers.com and via email. All orders will be filled in IPTAY
priority point order. Orders will not be guaranteed until your credit
card is charged.
Click here if you would like to request Gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl Tickets.
Tickets will be shipped via UPS 2nd Day Air around December 18th.
Any remaining tickets for the Gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl will go
on sale Saturday, December 9th to the public.
Clemson Students will have the opportunity to purchase tickets
Thursday, December 7th and Friday, December 8th from 8:00am to 4:30pm
at the Athletic Ticket Office next to Gate 9 at Clemson Memorial
Stadium. Clemson Students can purchase 2 tickets per valid Tiger 1
card. Price will be $50 per ticket.
Clemson Music City Bowl Ticket Information
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