Beware of LSU Bama Ticket Scams
The LSU Alabama game is sold out and the only way to get tickets now are on the secondary market.
LSU’s official ticket reselling partner is StubHub.
LSU Ticket Manager Brian Broussard has some advice if you are looking for tickets. He says you can find tickets online at several sites, but if you buy through Stubhub and there’s an issue, LSU will take care of the problem.
“If there is an issue we will rectify that problem versus any other provider on the secondary market.”
LSU folks also cautions you about trying to buy tickets outside the stadium. You might run into scammers on game day too. Broussard says they saw a lot of fraud before the Georgia game and they fully expect to see quite a bit of it before the biggest game of the year as well. He the Louisiana Radio Network if you don’t buy through StubHub, you’re risking a lot of wasted time and money.
“Don’t buy tickets out on the street, or from someone you do not know. If the deal sounds too good to be true, it probably is.”
Broussard also has a caution for you if you are trying to sell tickets. He says don't post pictures of your tickets online. He says all it takes is a clean shot of your bar-code and someone could make a replica of your ticket.
Bama coach Nick Saban talks about the big matchup which pits his #1 ranked Tide against #3 LSU.
Game kicks off at 7pm Saturday night. You can watch the game on CBS and listen online to AM 1130 The Tiger.