LSU proposes these football ticket prices, new season ticket option for Skyline Club | wdel.com

In a sports world where fan fervor no longer necessarily translates into sellout crowds, LSU is feeling the pinch as much as anyone.

Prices for football season tickets and the Tiger Athletic Foundation Tradition Fund reflect that reality.

In a proposal that goes before the LSU Board of Supervisors on Friday, LSU would hold the line on Tradition Fund fees for the seven-game 2018 home season and even lower them in two hard-to-sell areas of the stadium.

LSU is also not going up on season ticket prices overall, though the school is creating a new season ticket option for the Skyline Club section of Tiger Stadium’s south upper deck, which last year was ticketed on a game-by-game basis and with mini-ticket packages.

“In football we went with the current pricing structure and lowered it in a couple of areas,” LSU athletic ticket manager Brian Broussard said. “And we established a Skyline Club price.”

Season ticket prices for LSU’s seven-game home schedule would be $425 in all areas except the student section ($84 for general admission, $126 for reserved) and $360 for seats that basically comprise the upper two-thirds of Tiger Stadium’s east and west upper decks.

The $425 season ticket price for the Skyline Club — the strip of seats above the club sections and suites behind Tiger Stadium’s south end zone — also include an all-you-can-eat menu, with beer and wine available for an additional cost. Last year, LSU offered Skyline Club tickets for $45-120 depending on the game and two- and three-game ticket packages for $500 that included the Tradition Fund fee.

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