PHILADELPHIA - #RiseUP has become a mantra for the University of Pennsylvania football team, and as the countdown to the 2015 season continues, fans now have their first chance to rise up with the Quakers and show their support in the first season under new head coach Ray Priore.Season tickets officially went on sale on Wednesday.
In addition to the discounted prices, season ticket holders will receive:
Program voucher at each game *Concession credit at each game *Discount coupon for Fan Shop *Free Ticket Exchange *First opportunity to purchase away game tickets *First opportunity to purchase a parking pass
Fans can purchase season ticketsonlineat PennAthletics.com or by phone at 215-898-6151.Tickets are also available at the ticket office located at Weightman Hall on 235 South 33rd Street. The ticket office is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. during the summer.
Current season ticket holders will receive their season ticket application in the mail within the next week. Season ticket holders can also renew their tickets online by clicking here.
Your options to buy season tickets and support the Penn Football program include chairback tickets at $90 for adults and $50 for youth, and general admission tickets at $50 for adults and $35 for youth and football alumni.
Donors at the $100 level or higher receive 20 percent off on reserved chairback tickets (contact Tim House at email@example.com claim your discounted tickets or to become a donor and support Penn Athletics). Penn Football alumni receive 30 percent off general admission seating.
New this year for all Penn fans, are specialized hotel deals. Details to be announced. Also this year, general admission seating will be done by section.
The Quakers will officially begin their 139th season at Lehigh on Sept. 19. The home opener is two weeks later against Dartmouth on Oct. 3. Penn also hosts Fordham (Oct. 10), Yale on Family Weekend (Oct. 24), Princeton on Homecoming (Nov. 7) and Cornell on Senior Day (Nov. 21).
Game times will be announced later this summer.Individual game tickets are set to go on sale on Aug. 14.