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No Guest Student Section Tickets To Be Sold For 2019 Penn State Football Season

Penn State football released the new student football ticket procedures to go along with the new digital ticketing platform that will debut at Beaver Stadium this season.

Each student is permitted to have one ticket in the student section per game. Guest tickets will not be sold in the student section, but a select number of guest seats located outside the student section will be available for five of the Nittany Lions’ seven contests at Beaver Stadium this season. In other words, you won’t be able to sit with a guest that you bring to a Penn State football home game in the student section.

“Due to very high ticket demand, and in an effort to provide Penn State students every opportunity to attend games, guest tickets in the student section will not be offered for the 2019 season,” Penn State Athletics said in a release. “Tickets will be located throughout Beaver Stadium but will not be located in the student section.”

You can buy $30 guest tickets for Penn State’s games against Idaho on August 31, Buffalo on September 7, and Rutgers on November 30. Guest seats for the home game against Indiana on November 16 are available for $40, and a guest ticket for the October 5 Homecoming game against Purdue cost $50. Guest ticket sales will begin on the Monday prior to each home game, and they are not available for the home games against Pitt and Michigan.

In years past, students were able to add one guest ticket to their student account per home game. Those guest tickets were for the student section, and their seat would be assigned at Gate A of Beaver Stadium.

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