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Football Tickets to Cost Less – Or More

Good news! If you are planning on getting season tickets for the 2010 football season, you’ll be paying less than you did in 2009. But that’s only if you buy tickets for all the games; single game tickets will cost more. Confused?

The per game price for public and student season tickets will remain unchanged at $55 and $29 per game, respectively. All season ticket holders will pay less in total for their seats in 2010, since seven games are scheduled for Beaver Stadium this fall compared to eight in 2009.

Single game ticket prices will increase $3 to $67 per ticket for the 2010 season.

While this doesn’t have a big impact on students – other than you’ll have one less football weekend – the incentive of no price increase is sure to keep the 98% renewal rate for non-student season tickets steady. Now let’s all go back to worrying about 2011’s Seat Transfer & Equity Plan.
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Mark

Mark McColey is a Senior majoring in Advertising and Labor-Employment relations. Among his loves are Penn State Football, The Steelers, The Penguins, The Simpsons, Tina Fey, and Arrested Development.

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