BATON ROUGE – Mini-ticket plans for the 2013-14 LSU men’s and women’s basketball season are now on sale at www.LSUtix.net.
There are three ticket options for men’s basketball. The “Pick 3” plan for $39 includes any game in the 300 level of the Maravich Center with the exception of the Kentucky contest. The “Pick 5” plan includes the Kentucky game on Jan. 28 with four additional games in the 300 level for $75. The “Saturday Plan” allows a fan to pick five of the nine Saturday games in the 300 level for $50. Additional Saturday games are $10 apiece.
There are two ticket options for women’s basketball. The “Purple Pick 4” pack for $24 features any four home games on the schedule in the 200 level of the Maravich Center. There is also a WNIT package including one Southeastern Conference game for $12. For that price, a fan can secure a 200 level ticket to both WNIT home games and a ticket for the Auburn game on Thursday, Jan. 23. Groups of 10 or more can purchase tickets for $2 to any game this season.
New this season is the basketball "Crossover Plan" for $30, which allows a fan to pick a men’s basketball non-conference and SEC home game and a women’s basketball non-conference and an SEC home game. The option does not include the Kentucky men’s basketball game on Jan. 28.
In addition to www.LSUtix.net, tickets can be purchased in person at the LSU Athletic Ticket Office on the first floor of the Moran Family Center for Athletic Administration Building or by calling (800) 960-8587 or (225) 578-2184.
The LSU Lady Tigers first regular season home game is Nov. 8 in the WNIT and the Sue Gunter Classic against Stephen F. Austin. The LSU men will open the regular season on the road and play its first home game of 16 on Saturday, Nov. 16, against Northwestern State.
The men’s team was picked to finish fourth in the SEC standings in a voting of select media last week. The Tigers feature two of the nation’s top 100 players as chosen by CBSSports.com in freshman Jarell Martin and junior Johnny O’Bryant III. The Lady Tigers have been ranked as high as No. 17 in preseason magazines and were picked to finish third in the SEC standings by the media.