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LSU raises parking pass prices

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - LSU is again increasing the cost to park in many areas on campus for football game days and also reserving more parking for season ticket holders to buy.

The Advocate reports parking prices are going up by nearly 90 percent in one area.

The affected regions on campus are parking lots west of Alex Box Stadium, at the site of the old Alex Box, by Thomas Boyd Hall parking and the previously handicapped parking east of the Maddox Fieldhouse.

Season ticket holders were recently notified they have until March 31 to reserve parking passes for the new areas for the 2012 season only. The costs range from $75 to $100 per game for car parking and $250 to $500 per game for recreational vehicle parking.



(Copyright 2012 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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