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May 30, 2024

2017 Blue-White Game April 22 With Parking Changes

Not all but some Penn State football fans will have to pay to park next spring at the 2017 Blue-White Game which will be played at Beaver Stadium on Saturday April 22.

The parking payment will be implemented to pay for costs associated with the game.

According to Penn State Athletics, the Blue-White game costs the university more than $500,000 and staff was reduced from about 700 to 650 in 2016 to lower expenses. Following the game, about $60,000 is spent for clean-up outside Beaver Stadium.

Season ticket holders will not pay to park. Their Blue-White Game parking will also be in lots adjacent to the stadium.

Fans that arrive on game day for the 2017 Blue-White game who did not have a 2016 season car or RV parking permit will be charged $20, cash only.

Here is a portion of the release posted on “Season ticket holders with season overnight RV or season game day RV parking will receive a 2017 Blue-White game day RV parking permit this summer.  “For fans with an RV arriving on Friday, April 21, the overnight RV lot will remain $60, for all fans for the Blue-White Game.”


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