Penn State Football Season Ticket Renewals Live, Seating & Parking Upgrades Unavailable
Penn State football took one step closer to being #107kStrong again on Tuesday when it officially launched this year’s season ticket renewal period.
Through an email sent out by Penn State Athletics, season ticket holders can officially claim their tickets for the 2021 football season. Season ticket holders are required to renew their passes by Monday, July 12.
“We know these last 15 months have been trying times for all of us and we know the sacrifices made by so many to ensure the health and safety of our community,” Penn State said via email. “To say we can’t wait to see Nittany Nation together again, hearing the ‘We Are’ chants, and supporting our student-athletes in competition, would be an understatement.
Additionally, season ticket holders can now iron out payment details through the online Account Manager. Available payment plans stretch as far back as August 15.
Due to a shortened renewal timeline, Penn State isn’t offering seat selections or parking upgrades this season. Athletics said it will return to the traditional renewal process, which lets season ticket holders move seats and parking spots if they choose, in 2022.
Penn State also said it plans on introducing a new auto-renewal process for football season tickets next year.
“This will make it convenient for our season ticket holders to never miss a deadline, while getting the best perks and securing their spot in line for yearly seat and parking upgrade opportunities,” Penn State said in an email.
Penn State still hasn’t released any information about single-game tickets or student passes. When it announced the return to full capacity last week, Penn State said information would be available “in the coming weeks.”
Penn State football’s season will begin at noon on Saturday, September 4, with a road trip to Wisconsin. Non-conference matchups against Ball State, Auburn, and Villanova will follow before Big Ten play rolls around in early October.
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