Steelers bump season-ticket prices, as is their custom

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The Steelers are one of the most traditional teams in the NFL, and that extends to jacking up prices every other year.

According to Joe Rutter of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, the Steelers continued their trend of biennial ticket price increases.

Some tickets are going up by $6 per seat per game, a modest increase (as increases go), moving a seat in section 130 from $121.60 per game in 2017 to $127.60 in 2018. Prices were unchanged last year.

The Steelers also informed fans that they were doing away with print-at-home ticketing, going with mobile delivery only for seats purchased through the season-ticket plan or NFL Ticket Exchange.

8 responses to “Steelers bump season-ticket prices, as is their custom

  1. Dallas has had only one $5 increase over 10 years at the new stadium. They got rid of ‘print at home’ years ago to prevent fraud.

    We still get our hard original tickets, but all transfers are mobile tickets.

    Just make sure your phone is charged, if your battery dies before your phone gets scanned at the gate,,,,

  2. Really, this team was destroyed by Tim Tebow and Blake Bortles in the playoffs, you think fans would see a decrease!

  3. Steelers’ fans pay a lot of money to come and watch Jacksonville pound them into the dirt. I guess that’s why they are so obnoxious.

  4. Love the Steeler hater’s they can find something out of anything that is about Pittsburgh.

  5. I think it’s worth the 6 bucks just to read the Steeler haters comments. It only adds to Steeler Greatness! I mean how obsessed and desperate are you if you have to slam Pitt on a story about a 6 dollar every other year hike in the month of April? It really is very entertaining. Thank you.

  6. Fans should demand a refund that one-and-done playoff performance. How humiliating to get ripped to shreds by the Jaguars twice!

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