USC FOOTBALL

USC football season tickets prices won’t be raised

dcloninger@thestate.comJune 13, 2014 

Unlike most other things, USC football season ticket prices are staying the same next school year.

Despite its recent success, South Carolina is staying grounded when it comes to football ticket prices.

Individual ticket prices and season ticket prices will not be raised, athletics director Ray Tanner said Friday, following a school year-end presentation of his department to the USC Board of Trustees.

Season tickets will cost $365 for Gamecock Club members, the same as this past season.

“I know sales have gone well,” Tanner said. “Premium-area sales have been the best they’ve ever been. I don’t have a number (of season tickets sold) today, but season-ticket sales are outstanding.”

Individual game tickets will range from $75 for the Georgia game to $30 for the South Alabama game. The other game ticket prices are: Texas A&M ($70), Missouri ($70), Tennessee ($70), East Carolina ($50) and Furman ($35).

Individual game tickets will be put on sale on Aug. 11 to the Gamecock Club and USC faculty, and on Aug. 18 to the public. No Texas A&M or Georgia individual tickets will be available to the general public. The only way fans are guaranteed a ticket for the home opener against Texas A&M on Aug. 28 and for the Georgia game on Sept. 13 is by purchasing a season ticket.

Mini-plans will go on sale for Gamecock Club members and USC faculty and staff on July 28. Mini-plans to the public will go on sale on Aug. 4.

Fans can buy mini-plans for three or four games this year. A four-game mini-plan costs $225 and includes tickets for East Carolina (Sept. 6), Missouri (Sept. 27), Furman (Oct. 18) and Tennessee (Nov. 1). A three-game mini-plan costs $135 and includes tickets for Furman, Tennessee and South Alabama (Nov. 22).

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