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Philadelphia Flyers To Host THON Game December 21

During the first week of winter break, the Philadelphia Flyers will support THON during their December 21 home game against the Washington Capitals.

$10 from each ticket purchased through this link will raise money for THON 2022’s fundraising campaign. Upper-level tickets at the Wells Fargo Center cost $65, while lower-level seating will run you $85.

Although no former Penn State hockey stars play for the Philadelphia Flyers or the Washington Capitals, this ticket promotion is a great way to raise money For The Kids.

This is far from THON’s only partnership with a sports team this fall. In fact, the New York Jets will host a similar promotion during their November 21 game against the Miami Dolphins.

THON 2022 will be here before we know it, and the event is set to be celebrated in person at the Bryce Jordan Center. We dance in 105!

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