Penn State Men’s Hockey Student Season Tickets On Sale Thursday

Big Ten Champion Penn State men’s hockey is back on the ice this October after winning an NCAA Tournament game last year in its first-ever appearance in the tournament.

Student season tickets for the team’s upcoming 2017-18 season go on sale Thursday, September 14 at 7 a.m. This ticket sale may even be more stressful than Penn State football’s, with the approximate 1,000 spots in the Roar Zone having a history of selling out within minutes.

Tickets go for $143 and are purchased through a regular Ticketmaster account and NOT the student account manager.

Here’s a walkthrough from Penn State men’s hockey of how to purchase on the date:

  • Log in to the Ticketmaster sale site by clicking here.
  • Choose the event → Find Tickets.
  • Choose one (1) ticket → Enter your 9 digit Penn State student ID number.
  • Enter the security verification code → Continue.
  • Review ticket information displayed.
  • Select “Student ID” as the delivery method.
  • Enter payment information.
  • PLEASE NOTE – there are time limits for each part of the sale and payment process.
  • A successful purchase will result in students receiving a confirmation number as well as a confirmation email. The confirmation email will be sent to the email address associated with the Ticketmaster account used to make the purchase. If you do not receive a confirmation number or email, your sale may have been unsuccessful. Please call 1-800-NITTANY.


The tickets, like for football and basketball, will be loaded on to your Student ID card.

13 games are included in the student season ticket package — all but four games in the series against Michigan State and Wisconsin, which fall during the Thanksgiving and winter breaks, respectively.

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