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Penn State Football: Parking Changes For ADA Fans And Price Increases Announced

By Ben Jones

Parking at Beaver Stadium is going to cost just a little more for everyone involved the university officially announced this week. However season ticket prices and Nittany Lion Club donation levels will not change.

The deadline for Nittany Lion Club donations and 2015 football season ticket payments is February 1.

A season car parking pass is $100 for seven games, a $30 increase from last year. A season RV parking pass is $350, a $70 increase from 2014.

Advanced single game pass purchases have also increased, from $10 to $15.

In addition to the price increase, Penn State has announced parking changes for ADA patrons. Shuttle service will available before and after every game from the ADA parking lots listed below, dropping off and picking up fans near the ADA entrance on the west side of Beaver Stadium near Gate B or Porter Road near Gate A.

Penn State Athletics does not anticipate using Innovation Park for ADA parking this season.

– Patrons with ADA season parking will be able to park on first-come first-serve basis in the following ADA lots: Nittany Lion Softball Park, Shields Building and Wagner Building with overflow being directing to the Katz lot or the East parking deck.

– Patrons with pre-paid ADA general/single game parking will be directed to the Katz Building and the East parking deck. The Katz lot will have nearly 225 ADA parking spaces available and patrons must access the lot from Park Avenue from Atherton Street.  Access to the East parking deck also will be via Park Avenue from Atherton Street.

– ADA patrons with an RV will be able to park in the overnight RV lot along Orchard Road on the shuttle route.

– Patrons with ADA Reserved parking will have a reserved location based on Nittany Lion Club points and corresponding giving level.

– Yellow RV pass holders who parked in Katz Lot will now be accommodated at the RV/Overnight RV lot off of Orchard Road.  This lot is accessed from Park Avenue traveling West from I-99/US322.

Beaver Stadium Parking – 2015 Parking Fees/Categories 

Day of Game Cars, Vans, Pick-ups  (up to 3/4 ton)
  Season Advance Day of Game
2015 $100 $15 $40
       
Day of Game Self-contained Vans/RVs
  Season  Advance  Day of Game 
2015 $350 $60 $120
       
Overnight Parking–RVs  (Friday arrival, after 8:00 a.m.)
  Season  Advance   
2015 $800 $120
       
Overnight Parking–RVs  (Thursday arrival, after 6:00 p.m.)
  Season  Advance   
2015 $1,400 $240
       
Overnight Parking–Cars
  Season  Advance   
2015 $400 $60
       
Buses
  Season Advance Day of Game
2015 $350 $50 $120

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