Tickets for the University of South Carolina’s Feb. 29 baseball game against Clemson at Segra Park will go on sale Jan. 27 at 10 a.m.
Ticket prices for the Battle at BullStreet range from $8 for a concourse pass to $120 for four-top table seating. Segra Park is home to the Columbia Fireflies, a Class A affiliate of the New York Mets, and the Fireflies’ ticket office will handle all ticket requests.
Clemson is the designated home team, with fan seating on the third base line, for the 3 p.m. game. Gates open at 1 p.m.
“We’re obviously excited to have the opportunity to play at such a great ballpark,” Clemson coach Monte Lee said in a news release. “This game will be a great experience for our respective fan bases, our players and our baseball programs. We’re looking forward to bringing this great rivalry to Segra Park. It’s going to be fun.”
Ticketing links for the Gamecock Club and IPTAY members will be sent by each school upon the priority window opening. Gamecock Club members will receive a link with seating on the first base side, and IPTAY members will receive a link with seating on the third base side. Both links will include tickets behind the plate on the teams’ respective sides of the field.
Bojangles Berm tickets are $10, while reserved seats are $23.
“I think this is a great evolution for the best series in America,” USC coach Mark Kingston said. “Our state supports this at such a high level, and this will allow Columbia to host at beautiful Segra Park. We’re looking forward to bringing the rivalry to BullStreet, and I know fans of both teams will continue to sell these games out.”