4-1-Zoo: Pitt Football Announces 2011 Ticket Prices

PITTSBURGH — The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports the Pitt athletic department has released its ticket prices for next year, the 2011 football season.

Season ticket prices will increase because of an 8-game home schedule. The individual prices on tickets will decrease.

The breakdown:

Sideline seats in the lower bowl will start at $199 with donations required to the Panther Club for seats inside the 20-yard lines. Upper-level sideline packages between the 20-yard lines start at $199 with a donation as well. Upper-level outside the 20s start at $149.

Lower endzone packages start at $149 and upper endzone packages start at $116.

Student tickets will be $25 each.

For a complete breakdown, visit The Post-Gazette.

Chris Gates | Area 4-1-Zoo Blog


One Comment

  1. Script Pitt says:

    Why are seat license fees required again? Didnt taxpayers fund 2/3 of the construction of this whale?

  2. super genius says:

    Because of the outrageous salary of Todd Graham. Nuff said

  3. Bill says:

    The used Car Salesman Steve Pederson has to pay for the salary somehow. I want to see what he is going to pay Jaime Dixon when that comes up. Steve better get to smiling the car saleman smile you will need money.
    Wait why is he still the AD FIRE THE BUM !!!!

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