LSU season ticket holders polled on whether they still want consideration for tickets

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August 01, 2020 - 3:50 pm
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LSU is polling season ticket holders to get an idea of how many of them still want to watch football inside Tiger Stadium this season.  LSU ticket manager Brian Broussard says they are planning to have fans in attendance, but to get an idea about  how many season ticket holders want to attend games this year, they are sending them an online questionnaire this week.

“Once we start to narrow down what the capacity of Tiger Stadium is, we can match that up with the number of people who are still interested in having tickets and want to come up with the best possible makeup of tickets,” said Broussard.

Governor John bel Edwards, state and local health officials will have final say on how many fans can be inside Tiger Stadium.  The governor’s office says it would be purely speculative to say what kind of capacity guidelines there will be for gatherings and events in two months and any state guidance would come in late September.

Broussard says, "It is unclear if there will be any tickets available for fans that are not season ticket holders, our student body, and we have an allotment that we have to help visitors with.  That’s been dropped to 500, so that gives us more ability to help our fans get tickets.  We are focused on taking care of our season ticketholders."

Broussard says for those season ticket holders choosing to opt-out of attending games in person, there will be three options as to what can happen with the money already paid.

“They could help the student-athletes with a donation of their ticket payment, rollover to 2021 as just a straight rollover for a credit where they won’t have to pay anything for next year, or they can request a full refund,”  said Broussard.

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