Can’t attend an LSU game? Buy a cardboard cutout of yourself for Tiger Stadium!

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Can’t attend an LSU game? Buy a cardboard cutout of yourself for Tiger Stadium!

LSU is now selling cardboard cut-outs for fans who want to be there in spirit during home games at Tiger Stadium.



a close up of a window: LSU cardboard cut out fans


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Capacity at the stadium is at 25% because of the coronavirus.

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Season ticket holders were given the option to opt out of the season.

The LSU home game COVID-19 Safety Plan said season ticket holders for 2020 should expect their total allotment of tickets to be reduced in order to ensure a maximum number of ticket holders can attend games in 2020.

LSU is now offering fans the chance to attend by purchasing cardboard cutouts of themselves to be placed in their spots in the stand.

Cardboard cutout orders can be placed here.

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