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The Clemson Tigers football seasons have steadily increased in average ticket prices from 2014 to 2016. The lowest ticket average over the last four seasons occurred in 2014 with a ticket price of $66, the following year in 2015 there was a 35% increase to an average of $90 for Tigers games. The smallest increase in ticket prices was in 2016 with a 10% rise to a $98 average. The Clemson Tigers’ current 2017 season has an average ticket price of $83, this is a 16% decrease from the previous 2016 season going from a $98 to a $83 ticket price average.

How to Buy Clemson Tigers Tickets

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2018 Clemson Season Preview

Ok, this won’t be the 2015 version. How demanding Tiger fans! But Clemson will be darn good, and as they’ve proven in the past, the Tigers are quite adept at reloading at key spots and keeping the train chugging along. Tackle Mitch Hyatt was extremely effective at protecting Deshaun Watson. Watson is gone, but Hyatt isn’t. You’ll probably have him for just this year Clemson, so cheer this tackle every chance you get this season. He’s that good. QB Kelly Bryant will relish Hyatt’s presence which will allow wide receivers Deon Cain and Hunter Renfrow to run and run some more. The offense will be potent and Clemson will need the defense to match it. Can the defense be better? Yes, and with four of their top six tacklers back, they are well-positioned. Again, not 2015, but darn good! Whether you are planning on cheering on Clemson at Memorial Stadium or supporting the Tigers on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all 2017 Clemson Tigers tickets, including home and away games.

Clemson Tigers Football at Memorial Stadium

Address: 1 Avenue of Champions, Clemson, South Carolina, 29634

The Clemson Tigers play home games at Frank Howard Field at Memorial Stadium in Clemson, South Carolina. The stadium is known as “Death Valley” because it sits in a valley below a cemetery, and because of how hard it has been for visiting teams to win there. The crowd volume is one of the Clemson Tigers secret weapons at home. A 2005 home game against Miami set the all-time outdoor sporting event noise record, reaching 126 decibels! The Clemson Tigers home bench is on the Memorial Stadium sideline with sections A-J. Memorial Stadium parking information is covered in our Tigers event guide.

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Clemson Tigers Rivals

The Gamecocks and Tigers come together every year to decide South Carolina supremacy, and whether it’s in Columbia or Clemson it’s always a game to remember. This is a rivalry that came even before football, even going back as far as 19th century politics. The Palmetto Bowl is the biggest game of football in the state and it’s one of the best college football experiences in the country.

This is a new rivalry that was called the Bowden Bowl for nine years as it was a matchup between father and son head coaches. The game usually has a lot to do with the final ACC standings, and since it’s played late in the season a lot is on the line and the pressure builds up in both Death Valley and the Doak.

Clemson in the College Football Playoff, Bowl Games, and ACC Championship

The Tigers, who are sometimes called the “Fighting Tigers”, will be fighting to add another ACC title to their resume. The Clemson Tigers have an extraordinary double digit bowl game victories and the 15 ACC titles they currently hold are tied with Florida State for the most in ACC History. Ticketcity offers tickets to all college football bowl games and the ACC Championship Game.