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The LSU Tigers football average ticket prices for the college football season games experienced a significant contrast for the upcoming season compared to the previous three seasons. The price average through season 2014 to 2016 stayed at $120 and below, the lowest pricing dropping to an average of $108 for the 2014 season. The average ticket prices for LSU’s upcoming football season in 2017 is currently at $171, which is the highest ticket price in the last 4 years and a 53% rise from the previous 2016 season average price of $76.

LSU Tigers football Average Ticket Prices

(Data updated 6/23/2017)

How to Buy LSU Tigers Tickets

1. Scan through the 2017 LSU Tigers Schedule and select the game that you would like to attend, or use the opponent or date filters beside the LSU Tigers ticket listings to find the perfect matchup.

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2017 LSU Season Preview

Alabama isn’t all that! Remember the 9-6 win? The 9-6 win! Tiger’s fans are still harking back to 2011 for some positive memories. Alas, the Tide has indeed dominated in recent years, and while 2011 perhaps to some isn’t all that long ago, it’s lightyears away in the football world. The LSU offense is down Leonard Fournette. While running back Derrius Guice is nice, real nice, he’s no Fournette. It’s been rather amusing hearing folks trying to convince themselves that Guice will have a greater impact in Baton Rouge for LSU. Like the chatter around Trent Richardson being better than Mark Ingram. To those with short-term memory, Fournette racked up nearly 2,000 yards and 22 TDs in 2015 for the LSU Tigers. Guice was nice last year notching 1,400 for 15 TDs, but not quite in Leonard’s stratosphere. Let Guice get loose and step it up on D, the Tigers can get to 10 wins. More than that, hard to say. Whether you are planning on cheering on LSU at NRG Stadium or supporting the Tigers on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all 2017 LSU Tigers tickets, including home and away games.

LSU Tigers Football at Tiger Stadium

Address: W Stadium Rd, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 70802

Tiger Stadium holds over 92,000 spectators, and, also known as "Death Valley", is considered one of, if not the, toughest places to play football as a visitor in the country, giving the LSU Tigers an incredible home field advantage. Named by the Sporting News as the best place to attend a college football game and by ESPN as the best pre-game party in college football, attending a game at LSU is an experience not to be missed by college football fans. Pre-game tailgating at LSU constitutes the biggest party in Baton Rouge besides Mardi Gras. The LSU Tigers home bench is on the Tiger Stadium sideline with sections 100-106. Tiger Stadium parking information is covered in our Tigers event guide.

 
Tiger Stadium Seating Chart

LSU Tigers Rivals

The Battle for the Golden Boot, this big-time SEC rivalry was first played in 1901 and awards the winner a, you guessed it, Golden Boot Trophy. The “Ice Bowl” was the 1947 Cotton Bowl game between the two schools that ended with a 0-0 tie, mostly due to the terrible winter weather. No matter what it’s like outside, LSU vs. Arkansas is always an amazing game for fans of both sides.

Two giants of the SEC meeting up every year in either Tiger Stadium or Bryant-Denny Stadium will deliver considerable hype – and these two schools tend to exceed expectations every time. We’ve seen #1 vs. #2 games in the regular season and as a national title game. Bama leads the series all time by a considerable margin, but LSU always comes to play and outside of the last two seasons, the Tigers have had the upper hand post-2000.

Over the years this SEC rivalry has had conference title as well as national title implications, and the Magnolia Bowl continues to be a big one on the schedule for both schools. Between the ’59 Halloween Night Run and the 2009 unexplicable clock management issues, there’s enough history in this matchup to write a book about.

LSU in the College Football Playoff, Bowl Games, and SEC Championship

Perhaps one of the most successful teams in college football, the Bayou Bengals have claimed more than a few national titles. They have played in a mind-boggling 47 bowl games and have a very respectable winning percentage in those appearances. Along the way they have compiled a resounding 14 SEC Conference Titles. There is arguably no team with higher expectations for conference titles in the SEC than the Louisiana State Tigers. Ticketcity offers tickets to all college football bowl games and the SEC Championship Game.

LSU Tigers Event Guide

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What is the best place to tailgate before an LSU game?

LSU is considered by many the best tailgating experience in college football and over 2/3 of the fans at an LSU game take part in some pre-game tailgating. There is tailgating all around Tiger Stadium, but some of the best is at the Parade Grounds, near Alex Box field or in the lots just North of the stadium. The best thing about an LSU tailgate is the food, so make sure to make friends to try the gumbo, jambalaya and fried other local specialties.

What are the student sections for a LSU Tigers football game at Tiger Stadium?

Student seating at the Tiger Stadium are sections 201-205, 217-221 & 222-236.

What are the visitor sections for a LSU Tigers football game at Tiger Stadium?

Visitor seating at the Tiger Stadium are sections 401-404 & 630-643.

How can I buy cheap LSU Tigers tickets?

TicketCity offers a big selection of LSU football tickets which include some of the lowest priced seats on the market. LSU tickets fluctuate based on demand and opponent. Marquee SEC opponents, like Alabama, Florida and Georgia, can drive up home game prices. While cheap tickets are more plentiful for unranked, non-conference opponents. Those early season games may offer best opportunity to purchase LSU tickets near face value.

What are best traditions at an LSU home football game?

Awesome tailgating is a tradition at all LSU games. Many fans make time to visit LSU’s mascot “Mike the Tiger”. If you get to the stadium a couple of hours before the game, then you can watch the LSU band’s pregame performance outside the stadium which culminates with them running down Victory Hill and into the stadium.

Where can I find the 2017-2018 LSU Tigers football schedule?

The Tigers 2017-2018 football schedule is listed as soon as it is announced by the SEC. LSU plays in the SEC West, which means games against Alabama, Texas A&M, Arkansas and Ole Miss. Game times are announced by the SEC as soon as the TV schedule is set. LSU's home opener is typically one of the most popular games. They also play Arkansas in the Battle for the Golden Boot. If you are looking for Tigers news or scores, then visit our partners at CBS Sports. They are also a good source for the official LSU Tigers team roster.

What do LSU fans mean when they say “Lagniappe”?

Lagniappe is a French creole word that is popular across Louisiana and the Gulf Coast. It essentially means to give a little extra. So when you buy your favorite pregame meal, hope they throw in a little something extra – if they do, that’s lagniappe.

Can I buy LSU Tigers football season tickets?

LSU Tigers season tickets are available to buy until kickoff of their home opener. Check our listings above or call us if you would like to purchase LSU football season tickets. Let us know if you want a particular section at Tiger Stadium.

LSU Tigers Preview History

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2016 Louisiana State University Football Preview

The 2016 LSU Tigers schedule is set and they are ready to get back on track with Head Coach Les Miles determined to make up for the sub-par 2015 season. The Tigers were able to unexpectedly dominate in the 2015 Texas Bowl against Texas Tech and will use that motivation going into the 2016 season. Many of LSU big-time players decided to return in 2016 and opted out for the NFL draft such as cornerback Tre’Davious White and linebacker Kendell Beckwith. The defense lineup for LSU is strong as well coming into the 2016 season with players Jamal Adams and Arden Key who are predicted to crush opposing wide receivers. Many of the top SEC teams are going through changes giving LSU the opening to dominate their 2016 schedule. The big game against Alabama at the Tigers’ Stadium will be highly anticipated by Tigers fans as LSU has a shot to take the first win against the Crimson Tide since 2010.

2015 Louisiana State University Football Preview

The LSU Tigers had one of the nation’s top defenses in 2014, but struggled to move the ball offensively, leading to 5 disappointing losses for the Tigers, including 3 of the team’s final 4 games. The core of that stout LSU defense will return in 2015, with standouts Deion Jones, Jalen Mills, and Kendell Beckwith anchoring what should once again be one of the best units in the SEC. The Tigers 2015 offense will be led by running back Leonard Fournette, who might be the best all-around back in the country. The big question mark for the 2015 LSU Tigers will be at the quarterback position. If sophomore Brandon Harris can step forward and increase the consistency at the position for the Tigers, then LSU should have a difficult attack to stop. The 2015 LSU Tigers schedule includes road games against Mississippi State, South Carolina, and Alabama. Key home games for the Tigers in 2015 will be against Auburn, Florida, and Arkansas.

2014 Louisiana State University Football Preview

The Tigers won 10 games yet again in 2013, and they’ll be hungry for more this time around. While LSU was able to beat up on Florida and Texas A&M last season, they were beaten badly by Alabama and lost close ones against Ole Miss and Georgia. The Tigers will be without Zach Mettenberger, Jeremy Hill and Odell Beckham this season as all are now in the NFL, but Les Miles was sure to restock the cupboard with lots of talent at the skilled positions. Leonard Fournette should be a force coming out of the backfield, while Brandon Harris will likely battle Anthony Jennings for the starting QB spot. Travin Dural will be joined by newcomers Trey Quinn and Malachi Dupre, who both figure to catch a lot of balls for LSU this season. The Tigers kick off the season against Wisconsin at NRG Stadium in Houston before heading home for four straight home games. They’ll be on the road against Auburn on Oct. 4 and home against rival Ole Miss on Oct. 25. The big game against Alabama is at Tiger Stadium on Nov. 8 and we all know how much that game can shape the national title chase for both teams. The Tigers will end the season with two road games at Arkansas and Texas A&M.

2011 Louisiana State University Football Preview

Down in the Bayou, the LSU Tigers are looking to keep that streak of SEC West teams winning the BCS championship going. It kicked it off in 2008 (followed by Alabama and Auburn), and head coach Les Miles is looking to chew up the SEC again with established starters.

Jordan Jefferson is projected to be the starter, even if he’s getting heat from sophomore Zach Mettenberger, who led his JuCo team to its national championship. Sophomore Spencer Ware is looking to improve on his true freshman year, and will be looking to share time with another transfer, sophomore Alfred Blue, who is coming in from Mississippi State. On the wings, juniors Ruben Randle and Russell Shepard will look to continue their solid play, especially against the big time programs they are always facing.

It’s going to be hard to determine who’s on offense or defense, because the D-line of the Tigers are so quick that it could go either way. Sophomore defensive ends Barkevious Mingo and Sam Montgomery bring the pain like few others, and will join a linebacking corps that will send seniors Ryan Baker and Stefoin Francois all over the field. Whatever they don’t get to, sophomore corner Tyrann Mathieu will be able to as one of the fastest covers in the SEC, and possibly the nation.

2010 Louisiana State University Football Preview

Although LSU finished with a 9-4 record last year, narrowly losing to Penn State in the Capital One Bowl, the Tigers offense was among the worst in the SEC. The success of this team in 2010 is largely dependent on whether coach Les Miles can get his offense to improve on last year's production.

The biggest question mark on the LSU offense is at quarterback. Juniors Jordan Jefferson and Jarrett Lee each split time in 2009, but there is no definitive starter as of yet. Whoever gets the nod will be playing behind an offensive line that returns only two starters from last year's squad. At the skill positions, the Tigers will look to receivers senior Terrance Toliver and sophomore Russell Shepard.

One area LSU will be looking to improve on from last year will be their pass rush, as the Tiger defense only managed a meager 21 sacks. Leading the charge will be senior linebacker Kelvin Sheppard and senior defensive tackle Pep Levingston. The secondary should be strong, as juniors Patrick Peterson and Brandon Taylor are among the best in country at their position.

LSU certainly does not have the experience to contend for a national championship this year, and tough games at Florida and at Auburn may find them with similar results to last year.

2009 Louisiana State University Football Preview

LSU Head Coach Les Miles returns a very talented lineup of players in 2009, which should once again insure the Tigers are competing for the National Championship. If Miles can stabilize the Tigers quarterback situation then LSU might be the favorite to win the SEC. And winning the SEC is a task that is nearly equal to winning the college football National Championship. LSU's first victory of the year in 2009 will be the 701st victory of all-time for this rich & storied program. So expect LSU to get off to a fast start and never look back in 2009.

2008 Louisiana State University Football Preview

The reigning 2007 National Champions, the LSU Tigers, have plenty to prove in the 2008 season. Head Coach Les Miles and his boys will be looking to maintain their hold on the SEC, but with one major shortfall: LSU will have to rely on a steady and heavy running game, as the quarterback need the first few games of the season to warm up their offense. On the other hand, the defense for the 2008 Tigers will be mixed with starters and newbies, but is sure to be solid. You can count on teams to put the pressure on LSU to throw the ball this season, possibly causing a bit of a headache for the Tigers.

The talent returning to the team is going to make this year's LSU Tigers a powerful force, but they are going to have pressure on them to perform. Get out and root for your Tigers, and grab a ticket to any one of LSU's home games this season.

 
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