Penn State Encourages Fans To Look Out For Counterfeit Tickets Ahead Of Michigan Game
No. 2 Penn State football takes on No. 19 Michigan in White Out conditions this Saturday in a game that may have the most demand of any at Beaver Stadium this year.
That being said, Penn State Athletics issued a release earlier today warning fans to be careful not to purchase counterfeit tickets that may be circulating due to high demand. The release encourages fans looking for a last-minute seat inside Beaver Stadium to only use “Penn State authorized sources” like the official Athletics Ticket Office and Ticketmaster.
This extremely obvious warning essentially asks Penn State fans to use common sense in order to not get screwed out of hundreds of dollars. We sincerely hope that anyone buying a ticket second-hand is already aware of this risk.
If you do choose to utilize a third-party ticket seller like StubHub or the shady folks walking around the tailgate lots on gameday, you’re of course taking the risk that your ticket may not be real. If it isn’t (wait for it…), you won’t be allowed entry into Beaver Stadium. We know. We’re just as shocked as you are.
The Nittany Lions kick off at 7:30 p.m. Saturday following College GameDay’s live broadcast from will get Old Main Lawn from 9 a.m. to noon.
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