Civic Arena Seats On Sale For General Public

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – If you’d like to own a piece of the Civic Arena, now is your chance.

Seats from the Civic Arena are now on sale to the general public. The seats are being sold in pairs and can be purchased for $495.

The Civic Arena opened its doors in 1961 and the Pittsburgh Penguins began play in 1967.

Due to lead-based paint concerns, each seat will be refurbished to remove the paint. They will also be restored to full working order.

Seat buyers will have the choice of picking up their seats at the Igloo or having them shipped.

The seats will still be refurbished off-site, but the cost of shipping to and from the site will be paid for by the Sports & Exhibition Authority and the Pittsburgh Penguins.

A refund of the shipping costs already paid by season ticket holders will be given. To get the refund, contact AssetNation, Inc. at or by calling 1-800-303-6511.

If you miss out on the seats, or want some other historic items from the Civic Arena, you can see what is up for auction on AssetNation’s website.

  • Paul Patrick

    Since the Civic Arena was built by the tax payers the seats should be free for the asking How many times do we have to pay for things

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  • boogie

    all losers

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