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Penn State Football Student Ticket Sales To Launch July 19

Are you ready for (full-capacity) Penn State football?!

Penn State will launch online student football season ticket sales on Monday, July 19. Sales throughout the week will follow the traditional model of seniority, giving each class a chance to grab their passes each day.

Season tickets for students this year are $239 — the same price as 2019’s passes. Each pass will give students access to Penn State’s seven 2021 home games, including matchups against Michigan and Auburn.

Ticket sales will launch on the following schedule:

  • Graduate students: Monday, July 19 @ 7 a.m.
  • Seniors: Tuesday, July 20 @ 7 a.m.
  • Juniors: Wednesday, July 21 @ 7 a.m.
  • Sophomores: Thursday, July 22 @ 7 a.m.
  • Freshmen: Friday, July 23 @ 7 a.m.

During the sale, students can also purchase this year’s to-be-released White Out shirts and join the Student Nittany Lion Club for a cool $35. Sales will end at 2 p.m. each day or when each class’s allotment sells out — whichever comes first.

Penn State said it will email students by July 7 with information to participate in this season’s ticket sales, including guides to purchasing tickets and using mobile ticketing. Sales are open to only full-time students.

To our knowledge, Penn State will follow the same online sales process as it did back in 2019. Check out this handy guide to make sure you’re ready to rock once the clock strikes 7 a.m.

Just like in 2019, student tickets (and all fans’ tickets, for that matter) will be digitized. A full guide to Penn State’s mobile ticketing system is available online.

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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Matt DiSanto

Matt is a senior majoring in journalism and Onward State's managing editor. He's a huge Philadelphia sports fan, fantasy football aficionado, and washed-up drummer hailing from Collegeville, Pa. The quickest way to his heart is Margherita pizza and "Arrested Development" quotes. Follow him on Twitter @mattdisanto_ if you hate yourself or email Matt at [email protected] if you hate him.

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