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Forty Dollar Student Tickets Available For Buffalo Game

Penn State’s $40 student ticket deal is back for this Saturday’s home tilt against Buffalo. Students with a valid ID can purchase up to two tickets per ID at $40 each.

It’s a practice that the football team introduced last year, including for Penn State’s unfortunate homecoming loss to Northwestern. Following the miserable defeat at Temple, and facing a Buffalo side that isn’t exactly a hype-inducing machine, Beaver Stadium won’t be #107kStrong this Saturday. It’s an opportunity that will allow students to snatch up some cheap tickets.

The deal will be available for Penn Staters from all campuses and World Campus enrollees. Students can purchase up to two tickets on one ID.

Tickets will be sold by calling 1800Nittany, at the Bryce Jordan Center ticket office, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m, or on game day at the Beaver Stadium ticket office starting at 8 a.m. The tickets will not be in the 21,000 seat student section. Instead, they’ll be scattered throughout the stadium.

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