LSU Athletics: Parking situation normal for LSU/South Carolina
BATON ROUGE - Despite the unusual circumstances, LSU Athletics says normal game day parking policies and procedures will be in effect for Saturday’s South Carolina game.
Following tragic flooding in Columbia, SC, it was announced Wednesday that the game, originally scheduled to take place in South Carolina, will take place in Baton Rouge in Tiger Stadium at 2:30 p.m.
LSU Athletics said season parking permit holders can use their Western Kentucky parking pass (grey pass No. 5 in the parking booklet) to gain admission to their normal parking lot for the game.
Season permit holders are urged to take care with their Western Kentucky pass as it will be needed again to park for that game, scheduled for Oct. 24.
Fans who don’t have a parking permit can use free game-by-game parking. It normally costs $20 to $40, but LSU waived that cost for Saturday's game.
The game-by-game parking (blue area on the map) is free this weekend. The normal $20-$40 fee has been waived for Sat. pic.twitter.com/AH4cjAKc6w— LSU Football (@LSUfball) October 9, 2015
For more info and locations for free parking, visit www.LSUsports.net/parking.
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