Penn State Baseball Season Tickets on sale now

Nittany Lions return to Medlar Field at Lubrano Park in March

By State College Spikes | January 24, 2019 12:36 PM

Season tickets for the 2019 Penn State baseball season in Medlar Field at Lubrano Park are now on sale. Flex book and group sales will open Tuesday, Jan. 29, while single-game tickets will go on sale Tuesday, Feb. 5.

New for the 2019 season, all Penn State student tickets are free.
 
The Nittany Lions are slated to play 27 home dates (28 games), starting with an eight-game homestand from March 15-26 featuring UMass Lowell (4 games; Mar. 15-17), Minnesota (3 games; Mar. 22-24) and Binghamton (Mar. 26).
 
Penn State baseball season tickets remain one of the best values in Happy Valley with adult ($60) and youth ($20) ticket prices remaining the same. Season ticket holders can redeem unused tickets for future dates and thus never lose the value of their full ticket package.
 
Additionally, a Flex Book with 10 undated ticket vouchers is available for $40, while group packages (20 ticket minimum) and suite rentals are also available. Experiences such as a message on the video board, field access and locker room tours are available at higher minimum ticket thresholds and are detailed below.
 
Penn State single-game ticket prices will also remain the same, as adult tickets are $5 and youth tickets are $3.
 
Penn State baseball's hospitality suite is continuing as a $30 add-on option for season ticket holders. The hospitality suite, located along the right field side of the stadium, includes light snacks and food, soft drinks, water and additional beverage options for purchase, while allowing fans to enjoy Penn State baseball and the scenic view of Mount Nittany from the comfort of the indoors. Fans can also add weekend ($15) or single-game ($5) access to their ticket purchases.
 
All tickets are general admission.

HOW TO BUY
Tickets are available online by clicking here. Fans can also purchase those tickets by calling the Medlar Field at Lubrano Park ticket office at 814-272-1711.
 
Group tickets and luxury suite rentals are also available for Penn State baseball games. Groups of 20 or more people can buy tickets at a discounted rate of $3.50. Youth group tickets are $2 per ticket. A 20-person suite can be rented for $200. Group packages and suite rentals can be purchased by calling 814-863-3326 or e-mailing Caitlin Hunnicutt at cmh433@psu.edu.
 
All game dates and opponents are subject to change and all ticket purchases are final (no refunds). For more information on Penn State baseball tickets please call 814-272-1711 or e-mail Robert DeLusa at rdelusa@statecollegespikes.com.
 
2019 Penn State Baseball Prices
Season Tickets ON SALE NOW
Adult General Admission Season Ticket - $60
Youth (12 & Under) General Admission Season Ticket - $20
Penn State Student - FREE

Flex Book Tickets ON SALE 1/29
Flex Book of 10 Undated Ticket Vouchers - $40
 
Groups (20 person minimum) ON SALE 1/29
Group - $3.50
Youth - $2.00
Penn State Student - FREE
 
Group Experiences (Minimum ticket purchase required)*^
Group message on the video board (20 tickets)
High Five Tunnel (30 tickets)
Anthem Buddies (40 tickets)
Post-Game Photo on the field (50 tickets)
Pre-Game Locker Room Tour (150 tickets)
*Only available on weekend games; Limited availability
^All group experiences are subject to age restrictions due to NCAA Compliance Regulations (no one in grades 9-12 are allowed to participate).
 
Luxury Suites (Call 814-272-1711)
20 person suite - $200
 
Hospitality Access (Includes cost of season or single game ticket)
Season - $90 (ON SALE NOW)
Weekend Pass - $30
Single - $10
General Admission Season ticket and Pass List ticket holders can add the hospitality suite option on a per game basis for $5 per game
 
Single Game General Admission ON SALE 2/5
Adult - $5.00
Youth (12 & Under) - $3.00
Penn State Student - FREE
 
Promotional, radio and TV broadcast information will be announced at a later date.
 
Penn State opens the 2019 season Feb. 15-17 against Monmouth at the USA Baseball National Training Complex in Cary, North Carolina. Follow Penn State baseball on Twitter and Instagram at @PennStateBASE and Facebook at /pennstatebaseball for all of the latest news and updates and behind the scenes action.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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