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Penn State Athletics Releases Blue-White Gameday Parking Details

We’re back in Beaver Stadium in just 24 days, folks.

The countdown is on for Penn State football’s annual Blue-White Game at 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 13. With the Nittany Lions’ anticipated spring reunion, Penn State Athletics released parking and traffic information ahead of the influx of fans into Happy Valley.

All parking for the 2024 Blue-White Game will utilize mobile parking passes. Athletics advises fans to make sure their passes are saved to their phone’s mobile wallet before gameday to ensure the parking process runs smoothly. A step-by-step guide to downloading the official “Nittany Lions” Athletics app and accessing mobile parking information is available online here.

Fans attending without parking passes will be charged $20 per regular vehicle, $60 per RV, or $60 per bus. Both cash and credit cards will be accepted on-site at parking lots, or fans can purchase a parking pass in advance here.

Folks who purchased a 2023 season parking pass package will already have parking information loaded into their Penn State Account Manager. The location of parking passes purchased online will be valid for the same location as season parking pass holders’ parking locations during the 2023 regular season.

The regular traffic pattern for Penn State football games will also be in effect this year for the Blue-White Game. Folks can view a map of Blue-White parking lots here to help plan their route to Beaver Stadium.

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Luke is a sophomore accounting major hailing from Pittsburgh, PA, and is one of Onward State's social media editors. He can often be found in the Starbucks line waiting for a nitro cold brew, or listening to one of Dua Lipa's latest releases. He's a fiercely loyal Sheetz Freak and will not settle for another Pennsylvania gas station. Please send your best political thriller to him on Twitter @lukepie11 or to his email [email protected].

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