Circus Tickets To Sell For 75 Cents

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The circus is coming to town in November, but you may want to get your tickets early.

Starting at 9 a.m. Thursday, tickets to the Ringling Bros. & Barnum and Bailey Circus will be on sale for just $0.75.

To get the tickets at that price, you have to buy them in person at the CONSOL Energy Center.

About 1,600 tickets in all will be available.

The show will be in town from Nov. 2-6.

The discount is in celebration of the CONSOL Energy Center’s first anniversary.

CONSOL Energy Center: Ringling Bros. & Barnum and Bailey Circus Deal


One Comment

  1. Thomas J Duttine says:

    I guess this goes along with the $9.99 internet and free cell phones!

    1. C C says:

      But this isnt for the welfare receiving low lifes……..but then again they will be the ones in line because they don’t work and can be there……

      1. PA says:

        I always thought that welfare people were lazy too. Then I come to realize, now a days, with this economy and the problems going on, that not everyone on welfare is lazy. There are some that I feel are just too lazy to work and use welfare for their “Job”. But there are people who are having tough times. Please don’t consider all welfare recipients low lives. By the way, I do not collect welfare but I do know some people who sincerely have medical issues and cannot work and is collecting it.

  2. Dave says:

    Welfare was designed to assist a family through tough times until they could get back up on their feet again – not to live on for generations. It was a benefit that if used correctly, was a support system for someone who lost their job and needed a TEMPORARY helping hand. It was never designed tol ive off of. Shame on those who found the loophole and choose to abuse this benefit instead of working for what they have.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Well I don’t know how this got on to welfare but shame on you for turning an event into a political debate. Just because people can make it there to get the tickets doesn’t mean they collect welfare. The wife might not have to work because the husband makes decent money.

  4. britt says:

    Or work midnight shift and went there after work and put off some sleep. Like I did.

  5. Animal Abuse says:

    The greatest show on earth — hah — why do people PAY to see animals ABUSED? An elephant wasn’t born to dance and wear too-too’s — DISGUSTING! BAN THE CIRCUS! Don’t be surprised when there’s another elephant stampede.

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