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The Advertiser-USA TODAY Sports
The Advocate is reporting that LSU Football season tickets are expected to increase beginning in the 2024 season if the SEC implements a nine-game schedule with Texas and Oklahoma joining the league.
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The athletic department has proposed raising most seats by $50 per season ticket, with some up to $125, according to the LSU board of supervisors meeting agenda posted Thursday.

Prorated per game ticket prices would rise from $7.14 to $17.86, depending on the location of the seat.

In the lower bowl and premium areas of Tiger Stadium, season tickets would cost an extra $25 if the SEC adds a ninth conference game. LSU athletics is also proposing an increase in student ticket prices and season-long parking passes.

The department estimated it would make an additional $5.12 million in revenue based upon past attendance. LSU’s board of supervisors must approve the changes at its meeting Friday.
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49 Comments
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Is this implying that the team will actually be good next season?!
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uscpuke9 months
Don’t care, still not going
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TheFlyingTiger9 months
Better start beating ACC and PAC12 openers
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TheFlyingTiger9 months
And stop playing SWAC teams. Be the first to play an all power 5 schedule.
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OU8129 months
Bidenomics strikes again!
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LongueCarabine9 months
Gotta pay for that $100,000,000 contract.
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CanebreakCajun9 months
Had to come back to this out of annoyance. So, we're season tickets holders, lower level, sidelines. In addition to the cost of the tickets themselves, we have to "donate" $1950 a year to the Tradition Fund to get those seats. Season tickets are well over $3,000 a year. In return, we get teams like Grambling, Georgia State, Georgia Southern, Southern, New Mexico, McNeese, etc. Two of those home games suck, every year, guaranteed. I'm really fricken irked about this.
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Statestreet9 months
Really crappy timing..... damn
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zaniesmo129 months
I would rather save my hard-earned money and watch LSU football games from the comfort of my home. Doesn’t LSU make millions from tv broadcasts? If so, then why is there a need for increased ticket prices?
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NorthEndZone9 months
Of course no mention of only having 6 or 7 home games in Tiger Stadium every other year if SEC goes to a 9 game schedule (5 SEC road games every other year). That's when I will stop buying season tickets after 45 years.
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Davy9 months
Terrible timing.
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6R129 months
walking on thin ice if you are not producing a quality product.
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austintexastiger9 months
It’s already been determined that there will be 8 conference games in ‘24 not 9
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austintexastiger9 months
It’s already been determined that there will be 8 conference games in ‘24 not 9
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Mizzoufan269 months
Smart, so when opposing fans takeover the stadium they will be directly funding LSU, even if they do leave with a win
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CanebreakCajun9 months
We never have to worry about Mizzou fans taking over anything.
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Gulf Coast Tiger9 months
You would know
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BlackPot9 months
Just like the rest of the world, doing what they can to get the middle class out and get business and people with money in. Tailgating is shite now with all the parking passes and now the atmosphere will be gone within the next 10 years. We living on legacy at this point.
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LSU=Disney
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Birdie2259 months
Product on the field and stadium experience better improve. Zero internet, crap concessions and long traffic lines don’t help the mindset of the average attendee.
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Gulf Coast Tiger9 months
Screw internet while watching a game.
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Ponchy Tiger9 months
Why in the hell are you worried internet in you seat during game?
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LSUBB63669 months
wanna be able to watch that gay porn huh?
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tigerpierre9 months
Naturally
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Locoguan09 months
Show your disatification by hitting wear it hurts. A half empty stadium of people paying more for a bad product (not talking about the team) sends a message.
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cas4t9 months
I don’t think not showing up to the games is the appropriate action. We need fans in the stands for player morale, and recruiting environment.
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cajunmud9 months
Now if we could make that happen on election day...we'd really be making progress. How legit is your gov when no one shows up to vote for it?
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luciouslou9 months
Had we beat florida state that would've went over better
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