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Student Football Ticket Sales Begin Monday

Seniors, set your alarms because football season starts Monday!

Student season tickets sales begin this week with seniors set to buy at 7am on Monday. Juniors will follow on Tuesday and sophomores will buy on Wednesday morning. The sale goes until 2pm, but odds are there will be a sellout in the first 10 minutes, so don’t try living on the edge! Incoming freshmen will buy on Thursday at 8pm and graduate students buy on Friday, again at 7am.

You can only buy tickets this week if you pre-registered last month. If you did, go to the special Penn State Ticketmaster site and click on your specific class’s ticket sale. There, you will go through a series of screens in order to buy your tickets.

Remember to have your Ticketmaster login information, Penn State 9-digit ID, and credit card all ready so you can get through the process as fast and painless as possible. Tickets are $218 this year and are good for all seven of our home games. For any other questions you might have, go to the Penn State Athletic Department’s Student Central.

While our home schedule this year isn’t as spectacular as in years past, you don’t want to miss this opportunity to experience Penn State football and to take your spot in the best student section in the nation!


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Dan Vecellio

Dan is a graduate student in meteorology, hailing from Bradford, Pennsylvania. His interests include sports, Penn State and commons cheesesteaks. Feel free to contact me through my email or follow me on Twitter.


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