The LSU Board of Supervisors approved a new pricing plan proposed by the athletic department Friday, Jan. 25, that will affect the prices of football and baseball tickets.
The new dynamic plan will increase the prices of premium, high-demand tickets while maintaining and lowering other tickets.
The goal of the new plan, according to a news release from the athletic department, is ‘to better reflect demand and market value.”
In Tiger Stadium, these higher-demand sections will see increases in price ranging from 4-to-12 percent in the 2019 season, while approximately 24,000 tickets will either remain the same price or decrease in price by as much as 16 percent. In addition to this, student tickets will remain the same price.
As for Alex Box Stadium, baseball season tickets in grandstands will see increases in prices ranging from 6-to-24 percent in 2020.
On average, grandstand set tickets will increase by an average of about $3.75 per game, according to the release.
The ticket price adjustments are the first from both sports since the 2014-15 academic calendar year.