Tickets for the South Carolina-North Carolina football season opener will set you back $76 each, and that’s for upper level seats in the corner of Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte.
Game time for the season-opening contest is 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 3.
Tickets are priced at $102 for lower level end zone seats, $76 for upper level corner seats, and $257.50 for Club seats and can be purchased online at GamecocksOnline.com/tickets or by calling the USC Athletics Ticket Office at 803-777-4274.
When compared with the face value for individual games played at Williams-Brice Stadium in 2015, the season-opener is the second most-expensive ticket behind the $80 cost for the Clemson game Nov. 28.
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The deadline to request tickets through USC is July 10. Requests purchased by non-Gamecock Club members will be assigned following the seat assignment of Gamecock Club members. Orders received after the deadline will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.
USC ticket prices at a glance
The season ticket price is $365 and includes South Carolina’s seven home football games at Williams-Brice Stadium. Here is a look at how that breaks down per game. (Note: Single-game tickets are not yet on sale for home games.)
Kentucky (Sept. 12) $40
UCF (Sept. 26) $40
LSU (Oct. 10) $70
Vanderbilt (Oct. 17) $40
Florida (Nov. 14) $70
The Citadel (Nov. 21) $25
Clemson (Nov. 28) $80
Source: USC athletics