The ticket prices for Clemson football’s matchup with Alabama in the National Championship game have dropped considerably in the last couple of days.
The ticket prices for Clemson vs. Alabama have dropped.
Now, before you get too excited and book a hotel room in California, I’ll warn you that “drop” and “cheap” are two separate words.
While ticket prices for this particular National Championship are actually lower than the last two when the two teams faced off, you’ll still pay a pretty penny if you want to see Clemson football take on the Crimson Tide in person.
Here’s a look at some of the ticket prices and packages for Clemson football fans wanting to travel to Santa Clara for the Natty.
If you’re just wanting to get a seat in the stadium, you can get a ticket for about $469 in the upper deck corner. The closer you get to the 50-yard line in the upper deck and the lower bowl tickets increase in price.
Should you choose to take in the trip like a boss, you can sit in the VIP 138 section on the 50-yard line for just $2,625 apiece. Suites and things of that nature are actually higher than that.
So, for the ticket prices to be “dropping,” you’re still seeing this game regarded as premium for demand.
I think we’ll see a solid faction of both fan bases heading to California for the National Championship. It’s not as easy of a trip to make as Tampa was a couple of years ago, but still should be a fun one for fans that choose to make the trip out there.
ClemsonTigers.com is offering three official travel packages for Tiger fans wanting to head out to the Bay area for the Championship game.
None of the three packages include a ticket, so unless you’re getting yours through IPTAY, you’ll still need to buy tickets outside of the package.