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How To Get Football Tickets As A Graduating Senior

To all Penn State Football fans scheduled to graduate this spring, does that 17-14 loss to Nebraska on Senior Day that played a role in costing Penn State a Leaders Division title still sting? Through a limited time opportunity, you can get that bad taste out of your mouth by securing season tickets for 2012. A note posted on the Paternoville Facebook page explains the opportunity below:

Graduating Seniors of Paternoville,  

You have a limited time opportunity to continue your support of Penn State Football after graduation by getting your season tickets for the 2012 season!  There has never been a better time to reserve your spot at Beaver Stadium for this season and for years to come.  Season tickets are available and cost just $385 per seat, plus a donation to the Nittany Lion Club.  Participating in the season ticket presale would make you among the first group of new buyers to select your seats this spring.  Parents, family and friends are also welcome to take advantage of this opportunity. 

Don’t delay!  Donations are due by February 1st.  Please call 1-800-NITTANY for more information.

While this note addresses individuals who have done Paternoville before, the offer is open to anyone, as stated in the second paragraph. A little quick math shows that those who choose to take advantage of this limited time opportunity will be paying $55 per home game (for an extra $9/game, you can have chairbacks) along with a donation to the Nittany Lion Club. In addition to a reasonable price, one will also receive the opportunity to have tickets for years to come.

Penn State has a solid home schedule in the fall. It is always a cool experience to host Navy in a sporting event. In terms of Big Ten Play, Northwestern visits for homecoming and the Big Ten home opener, Urban Meyer makes his first visit to Beaver Stadium as the head coach of Ohio State, and Wisconsin, who has won at least a share of the conference championship the past two years visits for the season finale.

Two weeks remain to take advantage of this opportunity to become season ticket holder, so get some cash together and make the investment!

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Drew Balis

Drew is a senior marketing major. This fall, he will be covering Penn State Football for Onward State. He is a huge Philadelphia sports fan and loves THON and Domonic Brown.

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