The Clemson Tigers had a solid season in 2014, led by Head Coach Dabo Swinney in his sixth full year with the school. Clemson finished the season ranked 15th by the AP poll, destroying Oklahoma in the Russell Athletic Bowl 40-6. However, if not for an opening season loss to Georgia and an overtime loss to division rival Florida St, the Tigers could have found themselves in a much more significant bowl game after finishing second in the ACC’s Atlantic Division for 2014.
According to TicketIQ, the most expensive game on the Tigers’ home schedule is an October 3 showdown with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish at Clemson Memorial Stadium. Clemson vs Notre Dame tickets have a current average price of $665.20 on the secondary market, a 101.2% premium compared to Clemson’s home average for 2015. The get-in price is $213.
Clemson football tickets will not be very affordable as all but one of their home games currently have tickets at an average asking price of over $200. The least expensive game on their home schedule is the Tigers’ home opener against the Wofford Terriers on September 5. Wofford vs Clemson tickets have a current secondary market average price of $186.31. The get-in price for the home opener is $27.