LSU Warns Fans About Ticket Scams Ahead of Alabama Game
Heading down to Baton Rouge for the big game this weekend but still haven't got your ticket? You want to read this.
Ladies and gentlemen of the Bayou state... It's finally here. The game that all Tiger fans have had circled on the calendar. The game that all of us has been waiting on. The game that the entire world will be glued to.
It's LSU. It's Alabama. It's in Death Valley. It's finally here.
Having said that, I know without a doubt that many of us here in northwest Louisiana will be making the trip down south to take it all in. If you plan on going and finding a way to pickup a ticket late, you wan't to be very, very careful.
LSU is encouraging fans looking for tickets to use the school's official ticket reselling partner StubHub. LSU Ticket Manager Brian Broussard says that way, if there's a problem, they can find fix it. He says, "If there is an issue we will rectify that problem versus any other provider on the secondary market."
He wen't on to say that if you try to find a ticket on the streets or online and it sounds too good to be tru, it probably is.
So buy carefully Tiger fans and we'll see you in Death Valley Saturday night!