Additionally, the seven-game All-In Package and games against Notre Dame and Florida State are sold out. The ticket office also announced limited availability for the Sept. 12 contest against Appalachian State and the Oct. 10 Georgia Tech game.
“We have a lot of momentum with our season ticket sales and the great support from our IPTAY donors,” director of athletics Dan Radakovich said. “With a 97% renewal rate in the lower level and more than 4,000 new tickets sold this year, we’re excited to see the tremendous atmosphere in Death Valley this fall.”
The ticket office will begin sending seating assignments tomorrow morning via email, and IPTAY members can login to their online account at that time to see their seats and parking assignments.
“We only had 250 customers non-renew from 2014 in the lower level,” director of ticket operations Kate McCrary said. “While we reviewed each of the more than 5,000 requests for changes, we were obviously unable to accommodate all of them.”
Clemson opens fall football practice on Tuesday afternoon and begins the season Sept. 5 against Wofford. Fans can purchase tickets online at ClemsonTigers.com or by calling 1-800-CLEMSON.