LSU already sold out of tickets for Tigers' Peach Bowl appearance
BATON ROUGE - LSU is getting about 13,000 tickets for LSU's playoff game against Oklahoma. But if you haven't already claimed yours from the university, you best start looking somewhere else.
LSU Athletics says it's received about 16,000 resquests to buy tickets since the game was announced Sunday, meaning about 3,000 people who made the request cut-off still won't get tickets directly from the university.
Just in: LSU will be allotted 13,000 tickets for the Peach Bowl in Atlanta. That's for season ticket holders and around 400 students who requested tickets. The price: $300 for club, $175 for non-club and $75 for students. @WBRZ— Sydney Kern (@sydneykern) December 10, 2019
Those who pre-ordered the tickets will find out Wednesday whether they're one of the lucky 13,000. Those who weren't as successful will need to rely on third-party vendors for their tickets.
Good seats for the game could set you back more than $1,000, with some other seats coming closer to the $500 range.
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