We are currently evaluating the allowable capacity in Tiger Stadium this fall. It is important for us to know your plans as a season ticketholder. Today, we are asking all season ticket holders who do not want to use any of your 2020 season tickets and parking permits to fill out the form linked below. Those who choose to opt out for 2020, can fill out the form linked below and select either a tax-deductible donation, a rollover to the 2021 season or a refund. Each selection allows for the option to retain your seats for 2021 (see FAQs below for details). 

If you would like to keep any or all of your tickets, there is nothing for you to do at this time. The link below is ONLY for those season ticket holders who do NOT want to use all of their tickets this year.  

For the first time in our history, ticketholders who choose to opt out or have a remaining balance will have the opportunity to earn 5x the priority points normally received for a ticket contribution by donating to The Victory Fund. The Victory Fund, created by the Tiger Athletic Foundation, was established to help support our student-athletes and LSU Athletics during these challenging times. Ticketholders who choose to donate to this tax-deductible fund will earn 5 priority points per $1,000 donated rather than 1 point per $1,000 currently received for ticket contributions. Click here for more details on the fund. 

Frequently Asked Questions:

How many of my seats will I receive if I choose to keep my 2020 season tickets? 
Season ticket holders may receive a reduction in seat allotment depending on capacity in Tiger Stadium. If you want to keep any or all your tickets for this season, there is nothing for you to do at this time. The LSU Athletic Ticket Office will be in continued communication with ticketholders with more details. For any balance that remains, ticketholders can choose a refund, rollover to 2021 or a tax-deductible donation to the Victory Fund.

May I choose to keep only a portion of my seat allotment?
Yes, however there is nothing for you to do at this time. Only those who are choosing to opt out completely need to fill out the form today. The LSU Athletic Ticket Office will be in continued communication with ticket holders who do not completely opt out of their season tickets about their ticket allotment options.

Will my seats be in the same location if I choose to keep my 2020 football season tickets?
If relocation is necessary due to capacity restrictions and public health directives, the LSU Athletics Ticket Office will work to relocate seats as near to the original location as possible.

Will LSU refund season-ticket holders for canceled games or a canceled season?
Adjustments to your balance will be based on number of games played and will be determined at the end of the season. The options for ticketholders at that time for any remaining balance will be a tax-deductible donation to The Victory Fund, rollover to 2021 ticket payment or a refund. 

When would refunds be issued?
Refunds for those who choose not to use their 2020 tickets will receive a refund in 8-10 weeks. For those who choose to keep some or all of your tickets, the balance on your account will be reconciled at the end of the season based on the number of games played and the number of tickets received. The options for ticketholders at that time for any remaining balance will be a tax-deductible donation to The Victory Fund, rollover to 2021 ticket payment or a refund.

May I keep my parking pass if I opt out of my season tickets?
Ticketholders who choose to opt out of season tickets will not be given the option for parking passes for the 2020 season.

What are the options if I choose to opt out of my 2020 season football tickets?
Ticketholders who choose to opt out of season tickets can select one of the following options:

  1. Make a Tax-Deductible Donation
    Season ticketholders can choose to opt out of the 2020 season by donating their ticket costs and seat contributions to The Victory Fund. The Victory Fund, created by the Tiger Athletic Foundation, was established to help support our student-athletes and LSU Athletics during these challenging times. Ticketholders who choose to donate to this tax-deductible fund will earn 5 priority points per $1,000 donated rather than 1 point per $1000 currently received for ticket contributions. Click here for more information on The Victory Fund. 
  2. Rollover to 2021
    As renewals for 2021 are scheduled to begin in November, if you want to opt-out of your 2020 seats you can simply apply your seat contribution and ticket costs to 2021 in order to retain your season-tickets for next season without having to process a new payment.
  3. Request a Full Refund
    Full or partial refunds for ticket price and seat contributions can be requested from the ticket office via the opt out form. LSU ticketholders who request a full refund will be given the option to retain their seats for 2021 through a non-refundable deposit of $100 per seat. Refunds for those who choose not to use their 2020 tickets will receive a refund in 8-10 weeks.