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Reintroducing Onward State’s Penn State Football Student Ticket Exchange

Wake up, babe. It’s Penn State football student season ticket sale week.

Securing season tickets as a Penn State student is truly no walk in the park and without an official Penn State Student Ticket Exchange, it’s hard to feel optimistic about the season ahead if you’ve fallen victim to the Ticketmaster queue at 7 a.m.

That’s where we come in. Through the relaunch of the Onward State Penn State Football Student Ticket Exchange, we aim to give students an easier way to buy and sell student football tickets so that everyone has the chance to be #107KStrong at Beaver Stadium.

We give students a single platform to access and discuss ticket listings. All available tickets will be easily accessible to those interested. Here’s how it works:

If you’re selling…

  • Go to the Ticket Exchange form to post your ticket
  • Log in with your Penn State email address
  • Select the game you’re selling your ticket for and your price
  • Submit and follow the instructions for how to verify your email
  • Wait to hear from interested buyers
  • Transfer your ticket to your buyer
  • Notify Onward State when you transfer your ticket so we can remove it to keep our listings up to date. It’s the only way for us to know that your ticket was sold.

If you’re buying…

  • Go to our listings page to view tickets for sale
  • Click the link to email the seller you’re interested in buying from
  • Pay the seller in whatever agreed-upon way (Venmo is convenient, but services like PayPal and Apple Pay work, too. If you need to cancel a purchase for any reason, PayPal and Apple Pay might be the way to go.)
  • Enjoy the game!

No transactions are made through Onward State, and users experience no fees. We just provide a platform for students to connect. Onward State takes no responsibility for any interactions between buyers and sellers.

If you list a ticket for a certain price, please hold up your end of the deal. Moreover, hit our line when you’ve sold your ticket so our listings remain up to date.

Give it a shot and you might just find that bargain White Out ticket you’ve been searching for. If you have any questions, please reach out to [email protected].

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About the Author

Keeley Lamm

Keeley is a junior journalism major from Richmond, Virginia, and is Onward State's managing editor. She also talks about random, fun stuff on our podcast, Podward State. Keeley is a lover of grilled cheese, naps, and Kevin Jonas. If you would like to share your thoughts on the superior Jonas Brother, feel free to contact her on Twitter @keeleylammm or send your best Spotify playlist to her email [email protected].

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