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2017 LSU Football Ticket Information

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The LSU Athletics Ticket Office is located on the first floor of the LSU Athletic Administration Building. The Athletic Administration Building is on the corner of Nicholson Drive and North Stadium Drive, in the west parking lot of Tiger Stadium.

The LSU Athletic Ticket Office is open from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. CT, Monday-Friday, except on university-observed holidays. The Ticket Office is open on game days beginning at noon for games that kickoff at 6 p.m. or later, and 8 a.m. for games that kickoff before 6 p.m.

Season Tickets

Tradition Fund Tickets
Approximately 45,000 football season tickets require a donation to LSU’s Tradition Fund for the right to purchase those tickets. Invoices for the Tradition Fund Contribution are mailed in January of each year. Tradition Fund Contributions are due by March 31 of each year, prior to the mailing of season ticket renewal forms.

Tiger Athletic Foundation Tickets
A limited amount of season tickets require Tiger Athletic Foundation donations. TAF ticket donations are also due by March 31 and share the same deadlines and application procedures as Tradition Fund tickets. TAF also offers premium seating in the Stadium Club and the Tiger Den Suites. For information on TAF premium seating, please contact the TAF offices at (225) 578-4823 or www.lsutaf.org.

Season Ticket Renewals
Season ticket renewals for football are mailed in April each year. The deadline for renewal is usually May 31. Season ticket holders are notified of exact dates each year. If you have not received a renewal form by the first week of May, please call the ticket office. Full payment is due in the ticket office by the deadline date on the renewal form.

New Season Tickets
A waiting list for football season tickets is available from mid-January to March 31 each year. To register for the waiting list, log on to www.lsutix.net. A $10 fee is required annually to register for the wait list, and tickets are issued based on LSU Philanthropic Priority Point order. Cash, check, Visa, MasterCard or American Express are acceptable forms of payment for season tickets.

Season Ticket and Parking Limitations
Season ticket and parking holders are limited in the number of tickets they can acquire in given areas of Tiger Stadium. Please click here for the Football Season Ticket/Parking Limitation Guidelines.

Transfer of Season Tickets
Please click here for the LSU Season Ticket Transfer policy.

Season Ticket Prices
Season ticket prices including Tradition Fund donations for the 2016 season can be found here.

Breakdown of 2017 Season Ticket Cost:

Date Opponent All Other Seats* Upper Level Bench
Sept. 9 Chattanooga $35 $25
Sept. 23 Syracuse $65 $50
Sept. 30 Troy $35 $25
Oct. 14 Auburn $110 $100
Nov. 11 Arkansas $80 $70
Nov. 25 Texas A&M $100 $90
Season   $425 $360

* includes sideline, endzone, upper level chair and bench-back seats
** prices vary due to applicable Louisiana sales tax

Individual Game Tickets

Home Game Tickets
Individual game football tickets for select games go on sale each summer. Fans interested in purchasing individual game tickets can sign up for Geaux-Mail, the LSU Ticket Office’s free broadcast email system, and indicate that they want to receive football ticket information. All phone and internet orders are subject to applicable service fees.

2017 Home Game Prices

Date Opponent Lower  Sideline Lower Endzone Sideline Upper
Chariback & Benchback
Sideline Upper Bench South Endzone
Upper Bench
Sept. 9 Chattanooga $70 $45 $40 $30 $25
Sept. 23 Syracuse $85 $75 $70 $60 $50
Sept. 30 Troy $70 $45 $40 $30 $25
Oct. 14 Auburn $135 $120 $120 $110 $100
Nov. 11 Arkansas $100 $90 $90 $75 $70
Nov. 25 Texas A&M $130 $115 $115 $100 $90

Away Game Tickets
Season ticket holders may apply for away game tickets in the spring of each year. Season ticket holder deadline to request away game tickets is May 31. Remaining away game tickets go on sale to the general public in August if available. The host school sets the price of away game tickets, and that cost varies. All phone and internet orders are subject to applicable service fees.

2017 Away Game Prices

Sept. 2 - vs. BYU (at NRG Stadium in Houston) - Ticket Pricing Map (.pdf) | Parking (.pdf)
Sept. 16 - at Mississippi St. - $75
Oct. 7 - at Florida - $100
Oct. 21 - at Ole Miss - $95
Nov. 4 - at Alabama - $125
Nov. 18 - at Tennessee - $105

Ticket Marketplace

The StubHub LSU Ticket Marketplace is a venue for our valued LSU fans to buy and sell their tickets for upcoming LSU games. If you own LSU season tickets, you can sell your tickets on the LSU Ticket Marketplace on an event-by-event basis. Purchasing the best available seats is both simple and safe, where you are ensured of buying valid tickets in a transaction fully supported by the LSU Athletic Ticket Office. Go to www.LSUsports.net/marketplace.

Student Season Tickets

Only full-time LSU Students enrolled at the Baton Rouge campus are eligible to purchase student season tickets. Enrolled students receive an e-mail to their PAWS account in late May that includes price, sale dates, and pick-up information. Incoming freshmen will receive a similar e-mail in their PAWS account during the late summer prior to the football season.

More Student-Ticket Information is available at www.lsusports.net/studenttickets.

Please Note: LSU Law School, LSU Medical School and LSU Veterinarian School students are not eligible to purchase student tickets through the LSU Athletics Ticket Office. Please contact your designated school representative for information about student tickets.

Postseason Tickets

During the course of the football season, LSU football season ticket holders will receive information by e-mail regarding the opportunity to apply for tickets to any postseason games in which the Tigers may participate. At that time, a deadline will be established for applying for tickets.

Possible postseason games include the SEC Football Championship Game and a holiday bowl game.

If the demand for tickets exceeds the supply available to LSU for any particular game, a distribution system utilizing the LSU Priority Point System will be used to determine ticket distribution

Tickets for any postseason games involving LSU will be allocated first to players, coaches, LSU students and athletic department staff. Next, an allotment of tickets will be distributed through the LSU Priority Point System, based on points accumulated for contributions to LSU Athletics, the Tiger Athletic Foundation, LSU Foundation and LSU Alumni Association. To be eligible to purchase tickets based on the LSU Priority Point System, the applicant must be a football season ticket holder.

The number of ticket requests from football season ticket holders will be measured against the number of available tickets to determine if any limits must be imposed. LSU will make every effort to accommodate as many of its fans as possible. If ticket requests exceed the available supply of tickets, only then will a limited lottery be used to distribute a portion of the tickets.

Ticket orders and seat locations are not accepted nor assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.

Methods of Ordering
1. Come in person to the LSU Athletics Ticket Office
2. Order by mail with order form (to be e-mailed during the season)
3. Use the official web site of the LSU Athletics Ticket Office, www.LSUtix.net.
4. Use the official mobile site of LSU Athletics Ticket Office, m.LSUtix.net.

No fax, phone orders or checks will be accepted.

Availability/Limitations/Point System

There is no limit on the number of tickets that may be ordered for the SEC Championship Game and each postseason bowl game, however, LSU is limited in the number of tickets received for those games. Consequently, the requests for postseason game tickets are sometimes much greater than the number of tickets available.

Should the demand for tickets exceed the supply available to LSU, limits will be imposed based on the chart below in order to accommodate requests from as many football season ticket holders as possible.

Should the number of tickets you request be reduced, you will be notified by e-mail.

Resale of Tickets

Ticket Resale Policy
LSU Athletics tickets are revocable licenses and LSU may revoke tickets for any reason, at the University’s discretion. These ticket licenses do not confer any property right to the ticket holder. Ticket holders are advised that LSU may cancel or revoke tickets for certain conduct including, but not limited to, the following:

  • The resale of, or attempted resale of, tickets above the price printed on the ticket in violation of Louisiana law;
  • Any form of fraudulent activity;
  • The purchase of tickets for the purpose and intent of reselling the tickets on the secondary market; and
  • Use of tickets for sweepstakes, contests, and/or promotions without the prior written consent from LSU.

Ticket Resale on Site
Tickets may not be resold in the immediate vicinity of Tiger Stadium. The immediate vicinity of the stadium is defined as the area bordered by Nicholson Drive on the west, North Stadium Drive on the north, South Stadium Drive on the south and Field House Drive on the east.

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