One of the most competitive divisions in the NFL this season has been the AFC North, whose Pittsburgh Steelers set to host the Indianapolis Colts at Heinz Field this Sunday.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have let mediocrity catch up with them in recent seasons, finishing 8-8 and missing the playoffs in both 2012 and 2013.
After having a commanding 3-1 series lead, the Pittsburgh Penguins will have to play a game 7 against the New York Rangers on Tuesday night.
For Pittsburgh fans, they now have a clear idea of how much attending each game could cost. The average price of Pittsburgh Steelers tickets for their eight home games on the secondary market is $335.20.
Steelers’ fans, in the past, have paid the same price for a ticket no matter if it was the pre-season, regular season or a game against a high-quality opponent.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) — Ohio State is the biggest game on Penn State’s 2014 home football schedule, and the game’s ticket price reflects that. Penn State is adopting a variable price policy on single-game […]
Pittsburgh’s Arena Football League team has extended its lease at Consol Energy Center, and is cutting most ticket prices in an attempt to boost attendance.
Normally, they’re some of the toughest tickets in town. Fans wait generations to get their hands on Steelers tickets, but with no playoff berth in sight, this Sunday’s game provides a rare opportunity to get a cheap seat inside Heinz Field.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Don’t adjust your screen: the Pittsburgh Pirates are selling playoff tickets.
The Pittsburgh Pirates haven’t made it official yet, but according to published reports, they’ll be raising ticket prices for the 2012 season.
Chris Gates | 93-7 The Fan — The Pitt athletic department has released its ticket prices for the 2011 football season.