We still have a long way to go when it comes to determining many aspects of attendance for the coming SEC season, which will be a 10-game schedule featuring conference-only opponents, but LSU has provided the first details regarding how the league plans to handle tickets this fall.

According to LSU, priority will be given to season ticket holders and students this fall should capacity be limited for SEC football games — as expected. Full details regarding the number of fans that will be permitted to attend games has yet to be determined.

“In order to decide how we are going to distribute tickets and to whom, we need to know our capacity first,” said Associate Athletic Director of Ticket Operations Brian Broussard in a released statement. “Once we know that and our final schedule, we can finalize our plans. We’ll keep our ticketholders up to date along the way.”

Interestingly, the SEC will continue to give tickets to fans of visiting teams. That number will be limited to 500 tickets according to the Southeastern Conference policy for the 2020 season.

LSU is allowing season ticket holders the opportunity to get a full refund on tickets purchased for the 2020 season or the opportunity to roll over their tickets to the 2021 season.

That’s the SEC ticketing information we have less than a day after the league’s decision to go to a conference-only, 10-game schedule this fall. Once we have more information, we’ll pass on that information as it comes to us.

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