None of the 115 football tickets stolen while being returned from Temple University will be honored at Saturday’s game at Beaver Stadium, Penn State announced Thursday.
The tickets in question are in Section NKU, rows 63-71, seats 1-23 (odd numbered seats) and row 72, seats 1-9 (odd numbered seats). Fans with invalid tickets will be denied entry to the stadium, Penn State said in a news release.
The tickets were part of Temple’s allotment for the Military Appreciation Day game. Anyone who has bought a stolen ticket can call 800 NITTANY from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday to resolve the problem.
Tickets only can be officially purchased through PSUnrivaled.com, Tickemaster or the Ticket Exchange, Penn State said. They also may be bought on game day at the Beaver Stadium ticket office near Gate E, which opens at 8 a.m.
The Beaver Stadium parking lots will open at 7 a.m.