Fans will see parking changes at Penn State Blue-White game
UNIVERSITY PARK — Fans attending the Blue-White Game on Saturday, April 22, at Beaver Stadium will see some parking changes from previous years.
While admission to the stadium for the spring football game is still free, visitors who do not have a special tag given to 2016 season ticket holders will be charged $20 to park ($60 for overnight RV parking).
Season ticket holders who also purchased season parking permits for the 2016 season received a white 2017 Blue-White Game parking permit with their 2016 tickets last summer. Season ticket holders planning to attend the Blue-White Game are asked to hang their permit as they approach Beaver Stadium, according to a press release from Penn State Athletics. Previously issued Blue-White Game parking permits that are lost will not be replaced.
Season ticket holders with a white permit and patrons who pre-purchased permits will be able to park in the lots closest to the stadium. Fans can purchase Blue-White Game parking permits for $20 in person at the Bryce Jordan Center Ticket Office, weekdays, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., through Friday, April 21.
Fans purchasing parking permits on game day will be parked in lots further from the stadium. There will be a $20 charge (cash only) for game day RVs and cars and a $60 charge (cash only) for the overnight RV lot (for all fans who arrive Friday, April 21, with an RV). Buses also will be charged $60 (cash only).
Beaver Stadium parking lots will open on game day at 8 a.m. Stadium gates A, B, C and E will open at 1:30 p.m.