As Ed Orgeron enters his third season at LSU, expectations are high — the Tigers won nine regular-season games in 2017 and 10 in 2018. In addition, LSU got a big morale boost when it beat UCF in the Fiesta Bowl. Entering 2019, the Tigers have a new passing coordinator and quarterback. Joe Burrow has a year of experience under his belt, which should translate into more success in the passing game. In addition, nearly the entire offensive line returns and though it struggled last year, it’s a talented bunch that will hopefully come together and offer Burrow plenty of protection. 

For fans looking to see LSU live at Tiger Stadium, our partner TicketIQ has put together a summary on the best way to find tickets for the 2019 LSU Season both directly from the team as well as on the secondary market.

Where to Buy LSU Football Tickets

For the 2019 season, a variety of ticket-buying options are available directly from LSU. Single game tickets are available for all home games via Paciolan, with tickets available only in the upper level for now.  Fans looking for lower level tickets will have to opt for season tickets or one of the mini-plans. The school is offering a Flex Pass, which gives fans seven (7) ticket vouchers that may be redeemed for any regular season football game this year – you choose the matchup and the quantity of tickets needed for each game, no limitations. The total cost for the Flex Pass is $360. Tickets will be delivered digitally to your iPhone or Android mobile device prior to each game and the seating location will vary from game to game. There’s also a four-game pack available for $180, which includes a choice of Florida or Auburn, a choice of Arkansas or Texas A&M and one of Georgia Southern, Northwestern State, or Utah State. The three-game mini-plan includes an option for Texas A&M and Arkansas, while the two-game pack includes only non-conference games. 

On the secondary market TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on LSU football tickets for all sold out games on the 2019 schedule, in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all college football tickets, which means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like Stubhub or Seatgeek, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save an average of 5%-20% compared to Stubhub and Seatgeek. 

How Much Are LSU Tigers Football Tickets

Face value tickets in the sideline upper benches start at $20 for the first two games of the season against Georgia Southern and Northwestern State, with Utah State starting at $30. Those same tickets for Florida and Auburn are $95.  The cheapest face value for Arkansas is $60 while Texas A&M starts at $75. The most expensive face value tickets in the Stadium Club, Tiger Den Suites and West Sideline start at $70 for the early season games and go as high as $150 for Florida and Auburn.

Not surprisingly, the highest demand games on the secondary market are for Florida and Auburn. For those games, the cheapest tickets are $115 and $112, while the first three games of the season all have tickets available for under $10. The cheapest ticket for Arkansas is $40, while the Texas A&M game has tickets from $77.

Overall, LSU tickets on the secondary market are averaging $211 per seat for the 2019 season. It’s the highest prices have been this decade.

For more LSU football ticket information including game-by-game pricing visit the TicketIQ blog.