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Penn State Announces Official Outback Bowl Travel Packages

Travel packages are now available via Anthony Travel for fans heading to Tampa to see Penn State football face Arkansas in the 2021 Outback Bowl.

The Penn State Alumni Association, Nittany Lion Club, and Penn State Athletics collaborate each year to offer the packages, which provide everything from airfare to hotel reservations.

So far, just one package is available for purchase, though several more are expected to roll in as the bowl game approaches. Here’s an overview of what we’ve got so far:

Three-Night Land (Hilton)

The first package for sale includes a stay at the Hilton Tampa Downtown from December 30 to January 2. This deal includes a happy hour welcome event, admission to Penn State’s official pregame tailgate, roundtrip gameday transportation, and even a commemorative Outback Bowl souvenir. Game tickets are not included. The package will cost $850 per person.

We’ll update this post with more information as it becomes available.

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