UNIVERSITY PARK — Penn State football fans wishing to attend the game against Ohio State on Oct. 25 will have multiple options to secure tickets, the university announced.
Single-game tickets for the Ohio State game are available only to Nittany Lion Club members through the NLC member sale. Public single-game tickets will not be made available for the clash with the Buckeyes. Instead, fans will have to purchase season tickets or partial season ticket plans.
The partial season ticket plan inlcudes the Akron, Ohio State, Maryland and Michigan State games. The public ticket sale starts at 10 a.m. July 15. Fans can purchase tickets by calling 1-800-NITTANY or at the Bryce Jordan Center box office.
Meanwhile, single-game tickets will available featuring variable pricing for public single-game tickets. Tickets for the Akron and Massachusetts games will be as low as $40 — a $30 dollar drop from the cheapest single-game ticket last season. Parking passes also can be obtained starting July 15