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How to get tickets for the Big Ten Championship game

Book a flight, get your tickets, we're going to Indianapolis

Penn State football coach James Franklin and senior linebacker Von Walker thanked fans after the Nittany Lions beat the Spartans, 45-12. Penn State was presented with the Big Ten East Championship and the Land Grant trophies. Walker told fans to "
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Penn State football coach James Franklin and senior linebacker Von Walker thanked fans after the Nittany Lions beat the Spartans, 45-12. Penn State was presented with the Big Ten East Championship and the Land Grant trophies. Walker told fans to "

Penn State is headed to the Big Ten Championship game, and the team is already calling on fans to fill Lucas Oil Stadium to make it a home away from home.

“Book your flight, get your tickets, we’re going to Indianapolis,” Nittany Lion senior linebacker Von Walker told 100,000-plus fans in Beaver Stadium after the team’s 45-12 bludgeoning of the Spartans.

Penn State will play Wisconsin for the conference title at 8:17 p.m. Dec. 3.

The Nittany Lion Club exclusive pre-sale has already started. Another pre-sale, this one for Alumni Association members, will begin 2 p.m. Sunday.

Student sales will begin at 7 a.m. Monday, and sales for the general public will begin at 3 p.m. Monday.

Student tickets will be priced at $45, and other tickets will go from $85 to $190.

“Tickets will only be available as a print-at-home e-ticket which will be delivered via email as soon as seat locations are assigned,” according to Penn State Athletics.

Nittany Lion Club members can log onto GoPSUsports.com/bowlcentral and select the Big Ten Championship game to request tickets, though it will not guarantee members tickets. Penn State Alumni Association members will receive emails with a promo code for the same site.

If tickets remain, the general public can call 1-800-Nittany or go to the Bryce Jordan Center athletic ticket office, beginning at 3 p.m. Monday.

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