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Penn State Surveying Students On Football Ticket Process

Penn State Athletics released a survey to collect feedback from students on the Nittany Lions’ football ticket-buying process.

Everyone who’s anyone knows buying student football tickets is no walk in the park. Penn State says this survey aims to improve that experience “for the 2022 season and beyond.”

The survey, sent to select students via email, opens by gauging interest in single-game tickets or half-season ticket plans, including how much you’d be willing to pay for either option.

Next, students are asked if they’re interested in the option to pay more for season tickets in exchange for the ability to pick their seat locations for the season. After the survey touches on guest tickets, it asks students how they would feel about using a lottery system in the purchase process for tickets, which would randomly select students to purchase student tickets.

Penn State Athletics’ student survey can be completed online through 11:59 p.m. on Friday, March 4.

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