BATON ROUGE -- A limited number of LSU individual-game baseball tickets will go on sale to the public beginning at 7 p.m. CST on Wednesday, January 29. The tickets will be available online only at http://www.lsutix.net/ until 8 a.m. CST on Thursday, January 30, when they may also be purchased by phone or in person at the LSU Athletic Ticket Office.
The sale is a Create Your Own 15-Game or More package. Fans can select any 15 or more of the 36 home games to be played in Alex Box Stadium to customize their own ticket plan. There is a limit of eight tickets per account for all home games with the Create Your Own package.
Remaining individual-game tickets after the 15-Game packages are sold will go on sale at 8 a.m. CST on Friday, January 31. Ticket prices vary according to the game – most tickets are $10 for both bleacher seats and Standing Room Only. Selected conference games will be $15 for bleacher seats and $10 for Standing Room Only, and selected non-conference games will be $7 for both bleacher seats and Standing Room Only.
In addition, individual-game parking permits will be available for select home games beginning Wednesday, January 29. Permits will be $5 for non-conference games and $8 for conference games.
Tickets and permits may be purchased online at http://www.lsutix.net/, over the phone at (225)578-2184, toll free at (800) 960-8587 or in person at the LSU Ticket Office during regular business hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
LSU Baseball will also offer the following ticket promotions during the 2014 season:
Youth Baseball Days/Nights ($2 Tickets for kids in Little League Uniform)
Feb. 23 vs. Texas Southern
March 11 vs. Nicholls
April 2 vs. McNeese State
April 29 vs. Alcorn State
Military Appreciation Night ($5 Tickets for active duty/retired service members)
April 22 vs. Tulane
Fan Appreciation Night ($5 tickets by showing a ticket from any previous game of the 2014 season)
May 13 vs. Northwestern State
The Tigers open the 2014 season at 7 p.m. CST on Friday, Feb. 14, versus New Orleans in Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field.