Nittany Lion Club

Football Priority Seating

How can I get tickets? Nittany Lion Club membership:

Annual Nittany Lion Club membership is required to purchase season football tickets/parking and have the priority to purchase single tickets (See below for single game ticket priority information).

Your annual Nittany Lion Club donation is based on quantity or per seat donation amount for the location of your tickets (the higher amount of these two qualifiers in quantity or location is your minimum annual donation needed for ticketing). Also, NLC members as various levels may qualify for preferred or reserved parking. If your parking donation amount is higher than your ticketing amount this parking amount overrides your ticketing minimum and becomes your annual NLC renewal amount for tickets and parking. If your parking donation amount is lower than your ticketing amount than your ticketing amount overrides your parking minimum and becomes your annual NLC renewal amount for tickets and parking. Use the NLC Online Donation Calculator to calculate this donation.

NLC Priority Point System for football tickets and parking:

Nittany Lion Club members are given first priority in purchasing available football tickets based on their NLC point total. Seat selection for new or renewing donors takes place each spring. The order in which you choose a seat location is based on NLC point total.

Points are assigned as follows:

  • 1 point for each $50 contributed since becoming a member
  • 2 points for each year of membership
  • 10 points for Penn State Alumni status (maximum of 10 points per membership)
  • 20 points for lifetime members of the Penn State Alumni Association (one time only)
  • 10 points for former Penn State varsity athletes at the University Park Campus (one time only)

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