jbarl1 wrote: jvc wrote:
jbarl1 wrote:So did everyone else get the email about football tickets? It says we can buy one student season pass, how do we go about getting a seat for a friend or someone who wants to come with us? I'm trying to decide if I want to buy the pass or not...hmmm.
Yes. I got it. I was wondering the same thing. But, I'm 99.99% sure a non-student is more than able to buy season tickets. I think students have the first shot at them, though. Season tickets for the general public will probably go on sale later in the summer.
Again, this is my guess based on the fact that everyone from central PA, student or not, lives for these football games in the fall.
I am very excited about going to the games. I'd just hate to buy a season's worth of tickets to find that I'm going to be stuck in a law library for half of them. Haha! I'll probably buy them anyway.
Yeah, I just don't know if I can afford them. And I assume that the non-student season tickets are even more expensive, so I don't really know about bothering with it. I think we will probably just pick a game and try to get single tickets to it...maybe get season ones next year.
So I just finished my first year at PSU at University Park and will likely be one of the people in charge of the law school football tickets. Here is how things work:
1. GET TICKETS! You must preregister (i believe it is May 27-June 2nd). Go to http://www.gopsusports.com
, then under TICKETS go to STUDENT CENTRAL or FOOTBALL. Information will be there. Cost is about $240 for the season.
2. You can only get one student ticket. You never receive paper tickets, instead they are put onto your student id, and you can transfer or sell them at face value if you can't go.
3. Most law school students "block" their tickets each game, which means we get a dedicated section reserved for the law school, so all the law school students sit together. This is done the week before each game.
4. TICKETS SELL OUT QUICKLY! If they go on sale at 7am, you better be on your computer at 7am to get them. Graduate lottery is usually not as hardcore, but they still sell out quick (Junior tickets are gone in about 3 minutes)
5. Lots of people tailgate for the games. You can always ask a 2L or 3L about tailgating and they will usually be more than glad to help you find one. We have a group that is pretty fun and everyone is invited.
6. You will not be able to buy any other season tickets. Tickets are based on Nittany lion club points, which you won't have money until you donate money to the school. However, if you need a ticket for a friend, you can usually get one from another law student who is selling theirs, or by going to the ticket office and buying one (if there is one available, which usually their isnt for the big games). Cost is like $70.
Hopefully I will see you next year!