LSU Sells Out Season Tickets Again

BATON ROUGE – LSU has sold out of season football tickets for the sixth straight year, assistant AD for ticket operations Brian Broussard announced on Friday


LSU sold 68,650 season tickets for the 2009 home slate, which equals the school record set a year ago.

LSU has sold out of season tickets every year dating back to the 2004 season when 66,232 season tickets were sold the year following the Tigers’ 2003 BCS National Championship. LSU sold 68,230 season tickets in 2007, 67,700 in 2006, and 66,300 in 2005.

“The demand for season tickets is just as strong as the two years following our national championships,” Broussard said. “We’ve sold every season ticket that we can sell and if we had the ability to sell more, we could.”

Last year, LSU set the school record for overall home attendance as 739,065 fans watched the Tigers eight home games. LSU ranked No. 7 nationally in average attendance at 92,383, which ranks as the second-highest total in school history. Tiger Stadium’s capacity is listed as 92,400, making it the seventh-largest on-campus facility in college football.

LSU opens its 2009 home schedule on Sept. 12 when the Tigers host Vanderbilt at 6 p.m. in Tiger Stadium. Other home games for the Tigers in 2009 include: Louisiana-Lafayette on Sept. 19, Florida on Oct. 10, Auburn on Oct. 24, Tulane on Oct. 31, Louisiana Tech on Nov. 14 and Arkansas on Nov. 28.

5-game mini-plan

Those people on the waiting list for LSU football season tickets will have the opportunity to purchase a 5-game mini- plan.

The 5-game mini-plan will include tickets for LSU home games against Vanderbilt, Louisiana-Lafayette, Tulane, Louisiana Tech and Arkansas. LSU is sold out of tickets for home games against Florida and Auburn.

The 5-game mini-plan will cost $235 and can be purchased on the Internet at , in person at the LSU Athletic Ticket Office or over the phone by calling 225.578.2184 or 800.960-8587.

In addition, Broussard said that single-game tickets for home games against Vanderbilt, Louisiana-Lafayette, Tulane, Louisiana Tech and Arkansas will go on sale to season ticket holders starting at 8 a.m. on Thursday, Aug. 20. Tickets for games against Vanderbilt and Arkansas are $50, while the three non-conference contests are $45 each.

Broussard said that any remaining single-game tickets will go on sale to the general public beginning at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 22.

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