Penn State has announced that they are leaving season ticket prices unchanged for the 2010 season. That means that season tickets will start at $385 for the seven home games in 2010, which works out at $55 a game.
The Nittany Lions will host Michigan (Oct. 30), Northwestern (Nov. 6), Michigan State (Nov. 27), Temple (Sept. 25) and Illinois during the 2010 season, with the Fighting Illini providing the opposition October 9 for Penn State’s 91st Homecoming game. Penn State opens the season Sept. 4 vs. Youngstown State in Beaver Stadium and visits 2009 national champion Alabama on Sept. 11.
“With the recently announced changes related to the Seat Transfer & Equity Plan going into place in 2011, we wanted to provide Penn State fans information on what to expect for 2010 as early on as we could,” explained Greg Myford, Associate Athletic Director for Business Relations & Communications. “We’re pleased that our season ticket holders, including the students, won’t see an increase for the coming year.”
Penn State students will also see student prices unchanged at about $29. Penn State has the nation’s largest full-season student section in college sports with more than 21,000 season ticket holders. ESPN The Magazine named the Nittany Lions’ student body the nation’s No. 1 overall football student section in 2008.
We do have season ticket and individual game tickets now available for 2010 games.
One thing that is going up though is the price of a single-game football ticket. Those tickets are increasing by $3 in 2010 to $67 per game.