A ticket to see Alabama or Clemson play in Williams-Brice Stadium next season will cost $125. That is, if Gamecocks fans don’t buy season tickets, which will cost $415, the university announced Thursday in revealing all its ticket prices for the 2019 season.
“Gamecock fans are the best in college athletics,” South Carolina athletics director Ray Tanner said in a statement released by the school. “The ticket pricing reflects the appreciation we have for our loyal fan base. We wanted to create a great value for them to continue coming to Williams-Brice Stadium and supporting our football team in what will be one of the most competitive home schedules in school history.”
The Gamecocks play the Crimson Tide at home next season for the first time since upsetting then-No. 1 and defending national champion Alabama 35-21 in 2010. South Carolina also plays Charleston Southern, Kentucky, Florida, Vanderbilt, Appalachian State and Clemson at home in 2019.
The Clemson and Alabama single-game prices match the highest ever, which was the Georgia game this season.
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South Carolina 2019 Individual Game Ticket Prices
Charleston Southern $50 lower, $40 upper
Alabama $125 lower, $125 upper
Kentucky $60 lower, $50 upper
Vanderbilt $55 lower, $45 upper
Appalachian State $55 lower, $45 upper
Clemson $125 lower, $125 upper