"A number of season ticket holders have notified us that their tickets or parking passes were left in their homes in areas that were evacuated and remain inaccessible," said LSU associate athletics director Bo Bahnsen. "We are going to work with each ticket holder individually to meet their needs and replace their tickets or passes as necessary."
For tickets or parking passes to be replaced, the season ticket holder of record must go in person to the LSU Athletics Ticket Office and present a valid photo ID. Fans are asked to understand that an ID is necessary to ensure the secure issuance of tickets and passes. Relatives or friends of the season ticket holder of record may not serve as a representative of the ticket holder of record.
The LSU Athletics Ticket Office will be open Labor Day Monday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and the remaining weekdays next week from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The ticket office phone number is (225) 578-2184.
LSU to accomodate fans with lost tickets
Tiger Blitz Top Stories
Scout 300 LB talks Top 9, where LSU standsScout's No. 1 inside linebacker in North Carolina and No. 3 overall Dax Hollifield dropped his Top 9. The 4-star linebacker breaks down where LSU stands with him inside.
Tiger Blitz10:58 AM
Live Updates: LSU vs. Maryland, Game 3The Tigers look to finish off the sweep of Maryland on Sunday at 11 a.m. CT at The Box. Join Tiger Blitz for a live chat during LSU's final game against the Terrapins.
Tiger Blitz8:45 AM
Poche shines, offense explodes in LSU winLed by Antoine Duplantis and Jake Slaughter, the Tigers pound out 18 hits to leave Terps in the dust
Tiger BlitzYesterday at 5:28 PM
Jordan, Breaux remain locked in battle for LFLSU Baseball is still trying to find the answer at left field and Paul Mainieri said on Thursday that Brennan Breaux and Beau Jordan are vying for the spot.
Tiger BlitzFriday at 3:00 PM