If you don’t already have LSU football season tickets, it may be time to phone a friend.
For the ninth straight year, LSU has sold out of its allotment of season tickets according to athletic ticket manager Brian Broussard.
LSU sold 68,772 season tickets for its eight-game home schedule, equaling the mark set in 2011.
“The demand for LSU football season tickets continues to grow,” Broussard said Saturday in a university news release. “The requests for LSU season tickets continue to be higher than the number of tickets that we have to offer. However, those fans that couldn’t get season tickets have an opportunity to buy single-game tickets for several of our home games.”
LSU currently has individual game tickets available for non-conference games with North Texas, Idaho and Towson, as well as ticket packages pairing the Mississippi State game with the North Texas or Idaho contests. Home games against Alabama, South Carolina, Ole Miss and Washington are sold out.
LSU opens the season at 6 p.m. Sept. 1 against North Texas in Tiger Stadium. Followed by home games with Washington (6 p.m., Sept. 8) and Idaho (7 p.m., Sept. 15). It is the first time since 1980 that the Tigers will open with three straight night home games.