Clemson fans are excited about the upcoming season. The school announced today that its season tickets are gone. That means they have sold a little more than fifty thousand season tickets. Not too shabby. There are some tickets left for the Troy and Wofford games, in fact you can get a really good deal. Read the official release from Clemson below.
The Clemson Athletic Ticket Office announced on Friday that season tickets for the 2011 Clemson football season are sold out. In addition, WestZone covered premium and WestZone club tickets are also sold out for the 2011 season.
The Ticket Office sold 50,038 season tickets for 2011.
The Tigers’ home game against Auburn on September 17 is also sold out. Individual game tickets still remain for the six other Clemson home games of 2011, including the team’s season opener against Troy on Saturday, September 3 at 3:30 PM.
The Athletic Ticket Office also announced on Friday that tickets for seats in the upper deck of Clemson Memorial Stadium have been discounted to $16 apiece for Clemson’s first two home games, Troy on September 3 and Wofford on September 10.
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