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LSU's new Skyline Club in the South Endzone of Tiger Stadium will feature all you can eat food packages and beverages options, including beer and wine that will be available for an additional cost.

The Skyline Club is open air seating located in sections 650-658 and can accommodate 1,500 fans. Per LSUSports.net:
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The Skyline Club, priced from $45 to $120 depending on the game, will feature an all-you-can eat special menu that is included in the price of the ticket. Additional menu items along with beverages, including beer and wine, will be available for an additional cost to those purchasing tickets in the Skyline Club.

“We are excited to be able to offer this new concept in Tiger Stadium to our fans,” LSU Vice-Chancellor and Director of Athletics Joe Alleva said. “The new Skyline Club will provide an affordable club-level experience for fans, while also giving us an opportunity to continue to enhance and provide unique ways to entertain them.”
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Oh boy! Let's get as high up in stadium as possible and then drink. Can't wait to see people stumbling down those steep stairs on way to bathroom. The ticket holder in the lower section of south EZ should get hazard pay.
Reply50 months
Am hearing they will offer obstructed view seats for $200, but that includes a handjob from a Golden Girl and a pull from her flask.
Reply50 months
Good god. Do those seats come with binoculars?
Reply50 months
Is this basically just another version of the "stadium club west" seating? It seems like it, but may be a little cheaper than the current club seating or something? I'm tired so maybe I'm reading it wrong, but that's what it seems like to me. I have a family member with club seats (spoiled frick got them when my grandfather passed away) and I usually get those tickets for 2 different games each season. It's a pretty nice experience. Food isn't bad, they serve alcohol, can sit inside and watch game on TV (for me, usually only if I eat there) and view is pretty good, plus plenty of pretty ladies :D. It seems high up, but as mentioned, it's better for seeing all the action and also seeing plays develop. If that's what they are, glad to see them adding more.
Reply50 months
This is not equivalent to either Stadium Club. The seats are the highest part of the South Endzone. You're exposed to the elements. Bench seating instead of chair backs. The food quality & selection will not be comparable.
50 months
One more step towards the beer garden motherfrickaaaa!
Reply50 months
That would be like a gold mine in Tiger Stadium. I know one thing, they wouldn't have trouble selling those tickets or the beer in there. Ticket should incorporate Uber ride in the price.
50 months
They'd run out of beer every single game
50 months
So, I'm guessing that the food and "drink" won't be allowed OUTSIDE of the "club"? Weird how they are using this area to do this though...
Reply50 months
Can we see how well it works BEFORE we piss and moan about it?
Reply50 months
No. Pretty sure this is going to be overpriced, crowded as frick and the seating will suck however I cant wait to try it.
50 months
There will be a lot of trashy people up there I bet and it will smell like unwashed feet.
50 months
I have a feeling this is a gimmick to keep fans from buying $20 tickets on the secondary market by baiting them into free food. The hot dogs are unlikely to include anything but ketchup or mustard & the jambalaya will have no meat.
Reply50 months
That's one group that probably won't leave at halftime.
Reply50 months
thats where alot of poeple who arent lucky enough to have season tickets would sit. could get seats on the cheap of stubhub or from LSU. Welp, so much for that.......
Reply50 months
Additional Information All you can eat included in ticket pricing from a special menu. Examples of types of items are listed below. Hot Dogs Sliders (Beef and BBQ Pulled Pork w/Bread and Butter Pickles) Rotating Salad (Pasta, Potato, Creole Cole Slaw) Rotating Entree (Red Beans & Rice, Jambalaya, White Bean and Tasso w/White Rice)
Reply50 months
Can you even see the game from way up there???
Reply50 months
TV
50 months
Why would you go to the game to watch it on TV?
50 months
I have sat there a few times and it really isnt bad, no waiting in concession lines, no waiting to take a piss, and the view really isnt bad but you are ways up there, plus at half time the closed in area where the elevator is is air conditioned for those first few games where the heat is terrible.
50 months
Yes!
Reply50 months
New most desirable seats in the stadium.
Reply50 months
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