Published: May 21, 2015, 12:00 AM (CT)
Updated: May 21, 2015, 10:19 AM (CT)
by LSUsports.net (@LSUsports), LSU Sports Interactive
How much are student season tickets?
2015 Student Season Ticket Prices:
7 Games - $126
7 Games - $84
6 Games (without Texas A&M) - $69
Please note: All student tickets will be charged at the time of ordering. The LSU Ticket Office accepts American Express, MasterCard, or Visa.
How do we get group/reserved seating?
- Group/reserved seating is available to student organizations registered with the LSU Department of Campus Life. Interested student organizations must attend an information meeting in March to be eligible to participate. For more information, contact Campus Life at email@example.com or (225) 578-5160.
- Each group is responsible for distributing specific ordering instructions to its members
- If you have registered for group seating, you cannot order general admission tickets online. If you order general admission tickets online, you will be dropped from group seating.
How are LSU student tickets delivered?
All football tickets are delivered via Print-At-Home tickets to students' myLSU e-mail addresses. All students who have purchased season tickets will be notified via e-mail of the ticket delivery schedule once all of the ordering periods have concluded. Students who purchase General Admission tickets will also have the option of choosing Mobile Delivery, which will send an email to your myLSU email address and have a link available to download to your smartphone.
How can I obtain tickets to individual games if I don’t have a season ticket?
The LSU Student Ticket Marketplace is the online venue for LSU students who cannot attend a certain game to sell their student tickets to other students for face value. Student looking for tickets to a certain game can visit the Marketplace at www.LSUsports.net to see what tickets other students are selling. Be sure to check Marketplace often because availability changes frequently. The Student Ticket Marketplace will open after student tickets have been delivered. Occasionally, the LSU Ticket Office will also release additional student tickets for sale directly to LSU students.
Can I use another student’s ticket?
Any valid LSU student ticket may be used by any LSU student who meets the proper requirements (registered full time with an overall GPA of 2.0 or higher) by bringing the student ticket and their most current valid LSU ID to the student section entrance. If you have a friend who cannot use their student ticket for a certain game, you can simply use their ticket and your LSU ID to attend the game. If you cannot physically meet a student to exchange a ticket, you may also electronically forward student tickets by logging into your student ticket account. Please click here for more information about electronic forwarding.
How do I check my Student Priority Points?
Students can check their Student Priority Points by logging into their student ticket account. Once logged in, click on "My Account", then "View My Student Priority Point". That will show students a list of all the priority events and a total number of priority points. All priority points will be uploaded the Monday immediately following the football games in the fall. All priority points in the spring will be uploaded during the first full week of that month. Any dispute of priority points must be made by the Friday immediately following the football games in the fall and by the Friday of the second full week in the spring.
How can I give my ticket to a non-LSU student?
For specified games, student tickets may be exchanged to a Student Guest Ticket which can be used by a non-LSU student to gain entrance into the student section. For the 2015 season, Student Guest Tickets will be available for every non-conference game. Student guest tickets will not be available for any SEC game. In order to exchange a student ticket, the ticket must be brought to the LSU Ticket Office where a Student Guest Ticket fee must be paid by cash or credit card. There is a limit of 500 student ticket exchanges per game that are processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Exchanges will end at 5 p.m. the day before each home game or as soon as 500 upgrades are processed -- whichever comes first. Student Guest Tickets will NOT be processed on the day of the game for any reason. For the 2015 season, the cost to exchange student tickets is as follows:
|Date||Game||General Admission Price||Reserved/Group Price|
|Sept. 5||McNeese St.||$34||$39|
|Oct. 3||Eastern Michigan||$26||$20|
|Oct. 24||New Mexico St.||$31||$25|
How can I obtain ADA accessible seating?
When ordering your tickets online, indicate that you are inquiring about ADA accessible seating in the comments area.
How can I attend games for sports other than football?
Full-time LSU students who meet all requirements are admitted for free to all regular season home sporting events other than football by swiping their most current valid LSU ID at the venue on the day of the game. Student admission is granted on a first-come, first-served basis and is subject to availability. (Post season events may require a ticket to be purchased.)
How can I get tickets for away football games?
The 2015 student away game ticket ordering deadline was April 22, 2015. Eligible students will have the opportunity to request tickets for all away games by logging into their student ticket account. Students may only request one (1) ticket for ALL games. If demand exceeds supply, the Student Priority Point System will be used to distribute tickets.
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