Single-game tickets for Penn State football will go on sale to the public at 10 a.m. July 11 — but, due to demand, the two biggest draws won’t be a part of the sale.
According to the university, both the Pitt (Sept. 9) and Michigan (Oct. 21) contests will not be available July 11 “due to overwhelming demand in season tickets and during the Nittany Lion Club pre-sale in May.”
Those interested in tickets to Pitt or Michigan will have to either turn to the secondary market or purchase season tickets, which are limited according to the ticket office.
Tickets to the other five home games will still be on sale July 11, and prices start at $30. The games include Akron (Sept. 2, noon), Georgia State (Sept. 16, 7:30 p.m.), Indiana (Sept. 30), Rutgers (Nov. 11, noon) and Nebraska (Nov. 18). For members of the Nittany Lion Club, single-game tickets outside of Pitt and Michigan are already available.
Advance parking for home games can also be purchased as part of the ticket sale. General parking in advance is $20 per car, compared to $40 on game day. The Overnight RV lot is already sold out for the season.
Fans interested in tickets can call 1-800-NITTANY or visit the Bryce Jordan Center ticket office during business hours. For more information, fans can also go to gopsusports.com/tickets/psu-tickets.html.
Single-Game Ticket Costs
Penn State will once again use a variable-pricing structure in 2017. The prices below are the cheapest tickets for that particular game, and neither Pitt nor Michigan are included because those single-game tickets are no longer available, according to the ticket office:
Sept. 2: $30 vs. Akron
Sept. 16: $30 vs. Georgia State
Sept. 30: $50 vs. Indiana
Nov. 11: $50 vs. Rutgers
Nov. 18: $50 vs. Nebraska