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Penn State Football: Partial Season Ticket Plans Going On Sale

by on June 09, 2015 6:00 AM

There's a new option for Penn State football fans who don't want to pay for a full season ticket.

The university's athletic department announced Monday that partial season ticket packages will be going on sale Tuesday, June 9.

The partial plan is available to the public beginning at 10 a.m. The plan features tickets to the San Diego State (9/26), Indiana (10/10-Homecoming), Illinois (10/31) and Michigan (11/21-Senior Day) games and range from $280-$630 in cost. The price depends on where the tickets are located in Beaver Stadium.

To purchase the partial ticket plan, fans can visit, call 1-800-NITTANY (weekdays from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.) or visit the Bryce Jordan Center ticket office weekdays from 10 a.m-6 p.m.

Overall, this offseason has been a positive onewhen it comes to football ticket sales. The university says it's sold more than 3,400 new season tickets and renewal rates are in the area of 5 percent.

Bad news though, if you want to buy single game tickets to Penn State's season finale against Michigan you're out of luck.

Due to increased ticket sales and massive demand during the annual Nittany Lion Club pre-sale in May, Michigan tickets will not be sold as part of the public single-game ticket sale in early July.

The only ways to secure tickets to see the Penn State White Out against the Wolverines on Nov. 21 are to purchase season tickets, the partial plan, group tickets for 20 or more people or be a Nittany Lion Club member.

The 2015 Penn State student football season ticket sale will begin on Monday, June 22 and run through Thursday, June 25.


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