Penn State Men’s Hockey Student Season Tickets On Sale Thursday

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Big Ten Champion Penn State men’s hockey is back on the ice this October after winning an NCAA Tournament game last year in its first-ever appearance in the tournament.

Student season tickets for the team’s upcoming 2017-18 season go on sale Thursday, September 14 at 7 a.m. This ticket sale may even be more stressful than Penn State football’s, with the approximate 1,000 spots in the Roar Zone having a history of selling out within minutes.

Tickets go for $143 and are purchased through a regular Ticketmaster account and NOT the student account manager.

Here’s a walkthrough from Penn State men’s hockey of how to purchase on the date:

  • Log in to the Ticketmaster sale site by clicking here.
  • Choose the event → Find Tickets.
  • Choose one (1) ticket → Enter your 9 digit Penn State student ID number.
  • Enter the security verification code → Continue.
  • Review ticket information displayed.
  • Select “Student ID” as the delivery method.
  • Enter payment information.
  • PLEASE NOTE – there are time limits for each part of the sale and payment process.
  • A successful purchase will result in students receiving a confirmation number as well as a confirmation email. The confirmation email will be sent to the email address associated with the Ticketmaster account used to make the purchase. If you do not receive a confirmation number or email, your sale may have been unsuccessful. Please call 1-800-NITTANY.

 

The tickets, like for football and basketball, will be loaded on to your Student ID card.

13 games are included in the student season ticket package — all but four games in the series against Michigan State and Wisconsin, which fall during the Thanksgiving and winter breaks, respectively.

Photo By: Alex Bauer
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