Single-Game Football Ticket Sales To Launch August 5
Penn State will begin selling general public single-game football tickets at 10 a.m. on Thursday, August 5, the team announced Thursday.
Nittany Lion Club members, meanwhile, can get a head start with an exclusive single-game presale at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, July 27.
Tickets will start at $35 per person, according to Penn State football. All sales (whether you like it or not) will be conducted through Ticketmaster.
Advance parking passes for each home game will also be on sale starting August 5. General parking purchased in advance will fetch fans $40 per car. Gameday parking purchased upon arrival will cost $60.
Penn State said advance parking saves fans money and leads to “smoother traffic and parking operations.” Fans can buy up to three single-game advance parking passes per account.
More information on advance single-game parking is available online.
Single-game parking and ticket sales are just the beginning of football-related announcements posted Tuesday. Penn State will officially host its annual White Out against Auburn on September 18, plus a students-only White Out against Michigan on November 13.
Penn State also announced additional game themes for the upcoming season. It’ll host a “107K Family Reunion” against Ball State on September 11; its annual THON game against Villanova on September 25; its annual Stripe Out against Indiana on October 2; its Homecoming game (featuring throwback “Generations of Greatness” uniforms) against Illinois on October 23; and Senior and Military Appreciation Day against Rutgers on November 20.
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