Courtesy of LA Tech Athletic Communications
Season ticket and Four-Game Saturday Special Mini-Plan packages for the 2023 Louisiana Tech football season are now on sale.
LA Tech has six home games at Joe Aillet Stadium during the 2023 season. The Bulldogs will open with a week zero conference matchup with FIU (Aug. 26), before hosting non-conference foes Northwestern State (Sept. 9) and North Texas (Sept. 16). Tech closes out the home slate in conference play with Western Kentucky (Oct. 5), New Mexico State (Oct. 24) and a homecoming bout with Sam Houston (Nov. 11).
Season ticket prices for Bulldog football have not changed from the 2022 season. Fans are encouraged to purchase full season tickets as early as possible to guarantee their seats for the 2024 season. The following price points exist, Donor Box ($275), Donor Bleacher ($175), West Reserved ($125), East Reserved ($100), and General Admission ($75).
The Four-Game Saturday Special Mini-Plan is also available in the West Reserved ($95), East Reserved ($75), and General Admission ($55) sections. Games included in the mini plan are FIU (Aug. 26), Northwestern State (Sept. 9), North Texas (Sept. 16), and Sam Houston (Nov. 11). The mini plan does not guarantee your same seats for next season.
Bulldog fans will have the option to purchase new mesh seats this season at Joe Aillet Stadium. Season prices for the seat are currently $46 until July 15 before increasing to $56 after July 15 and $61 after August 19.
Fans can also purchase club seats on the third floor of the Davison Athletics Complex for $2,500 per seat. The DAC features an all-you-can-eat buffet, complimentary soft drinks, access to a cash bar and a complimentary Blue Lot Parking Pass. Those interested in purchasing seats in this area can contact Assistant A.D. of Revenue Generation, Cody Reaves, at (318) 257-5154 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fans can purchase season tickets online at LATechSports.com/Tickets or by calling the LA Tech Ticket Office at (318) 257-3631.
Louisiana Tech will play a fast, exciting brand of football during Head Coach Sonny Cumbie‘s second season at the helm.
Cumbie and company added 17 new players to the roster during the early signing period and in addition to a mix of exciting transfers. The Bulldogs picked up a seasoned veteran in Quarterback Hank Bachmeier who threw for 6,605 yards and 41 touchdowns at Boise State. First-team preseason all-conference defensive back Willie Roberts and the ever-versatile all-purpose threat in senior wide receiver and return specialist Smoke Harris are among the key returnees from a year ago.