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Pay Now to Park Cheap At the Game

For those of you pulling into the grass lots around Beaver Stadium this season without prepaying for your spot, make sure to have a little extra cash on you because rates have gone up. When you buy a parking pass on game-day this year, Andrew Jackson will need a twin as prices have doubled from $20 to $40.

Fret not, though. If you pre-purchase your spot, the cost of a normal vehicle will only be $10. If you’re looking to bring your RV up for the game, get your spot early and pay only $40 instead of the $80 you would have to pay on the day of the game. Instructions on how to purchase parking permits can be found here.

While many alumni have spoken out against this new change, as well as the STEP program, additional revenue brought in by these ventures will help with renovations to Beaver Stadium and allow the athletics department to thrive in these tough economic times. But make sure to buy early anyway so that your wallet can be a bit more full when souvenir shopping on College Avenue commences after the game.

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