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Penn State Football Offering Forty Dollar Student Tickets Against Rutgers

Penn State football will again be offering a deal to students wishing to purchase tickets for this week’s prime time matchup against Rutgers. With a valid ID, students will be able to purchase two tickets for the solid price of $40 each.

Because it’s the Nittany Lions’ first Big Ten conference game, in addition to the game being against Rutgers, it’s obvious James Franklin and the team will want the stadium packed and rocking at kickoff Saturday night. At $40 a ticket, it’s a cheap way to make sure as many students as possible are present so that the raucous “We Are” chants are heard all the way in New Jersey.

The $40 per ticket deal is available for all Penn State campuses, as well as World Campus enrollees.

Tickets will be sold by calling 1-800-Nittany, 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 sporadically placed throughout Beaver Stadium.

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Kaitlyn Dividock

Kaitlyn is a staff writer for Onward State who is entirely too enthusiastic about Pittsburgh sports, music festivals, and crude humor. She is a senior English major who concentrates in Professional and Media Writing and minors in Sociology. She is really fun and very cool, and her favorite color is red. If for some reason you can't find her, she's probably at Primanti's with an ice cold IC Light in her hand. You can follow her on Twitter (@kaitdivi) if you want quality #content, or contact her via email at [email protected]

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