USC announces football ticket mini-plans
06/24/2013 3:33 PM
08/23/2013 3:13 PM
COLUMBIA, SC -- Three-game football mini-plans will go on sale July 22 exclusively for Gamecock Club members and University of South Carolina faculty and staff, the South Carolina Athletics Ticket Office announced today.
The mini-plans will go on sale to the general public beginning August 5.
This season, those in the Gamecock Club will have an added benefit for their membership. Clemson game tickets can be purchased only through a season ticket package - on sale now - or on a single-game basis available exclusively for Gamecock Club members beginning August 12. Tickets for the November 30 rivalry are $80 each.
The "Garnet" mini-plan is $175 and includes tickets to the Vanderbilt (Sept. 14), Mississippi State (Nov. 2) and Florida (Nov. 16) games.
The "Black" mini-plan is $145 and includes tickets to the North Carolina (Aug. 29), Kentucky (Oct. 5) and Coastal Carolina (Nov. 23) games.
Single game tickets for the remaining six home games – North Carolina ($60), Vanderbilt ($50), Kentucky ($50), Mississippi State ($55), Florida ($70) and Coastal Carolina ($35) - will go on sale to Gamecock Club members and University faculty and staff beginning August 12, and to the general public on August 19.
For more ticket information, including season tickets, visit GamecocksOnline.com/Football2013 or call the South Carolina Athletics Ticket Office at 803-777-4274 or 800-4SC-FANS. All mini-plans and single-game tickets are sold on a first-come, first-serve basis. Visit GamecocksOnline.com/GamecockClub for more information on membership benefits or to join.
July 22 - Three-game mini-plans available for Gamecock Club members.
August 5 - Three-game mini-plans available to the general public.
August 12 - Single-game tickets for all home games including Clemson available for Gamecock Club members.
August 19 - Single-game tickets for all home games other than Clemson available to the general public.
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