The price increase comes to pay for several large scale renovations to the Tigers' athletic facilities within the last 2 years. Namely, the football stadium, basketball arena, baseball field, and new indoor track.
Tickets for Clemson's "premium games" with Georgia and Florida State next season will cost $45, an all-time high for a Clemson home football game.
Games against Furman and Middle Tennessee State will cost $27; while the Virginia, Duke and North Carolina games will all be $29 apiece.
If you plan on attending any Clemson road games, you'll be looking at the following costs: Georgia Tech ($35), Maryland ($30), N.C. State ($29), Wake Forest ($25) and South Carolina ($37).
Fans who purchase season tickets will have an $11 discount off the face value of the tickets, decreasing which brings their total to $220.
Ticket applications have been mailed to IPTAY donors earlier this week. Last year, seats for the Tigers' top home game against the Gamecocks cost $37.
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