Making a trip to Heinz Field is something every fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers should make at some point in their lives. Regardless of how far, or close, the black and gold mecca is from where you call home, it will be well worth your while.
The idea is the easy part, getting tickets is the tough part. With season tickets becoming a hot commodity, and PSL (Personal Seat License) become part of the football fan's vernacular, how is the average Joe, or Jane, able to get tickets to see the black and gold in the Steel City?
Your best bet is to avoid the second-hand sellers and try to get the single game tickets sold by Ticketmaster directly through the team. So, what should you do to get tickets? See below for directions directly from the team.
A limited number of individual game tickets for the Steelers' 2016 home games will be available through Ticketmaster beginning on Friday, June 17, at 10 a.m.
Fans may buy up to eight tickets total per household, in any combination, for any of the eight regular-season games. There is no ticket limit for either of the team's two preseason home contests.
The Steelers are continuing their variable pricing plan for the 2016 season, which consists of four tiers:
Premier: New England (Week 7) and Dallas (Week 10).
Black: Cincinnati (Week 2) and New York Giants (Week 13).
Gold: Kansas City (Week 4), New York Jets (Week 5), Baltimore (Week 16) and Cleveland (Week 17).
Preseason: Detroit (Week 1) and Philadelphia (Week 2).
Tickets will be made available on www.ticketmaster.com or by calling Ticketmaster's toll free sales line: 1-800-745-3000. Tickets will not be sold at Ticketmaster outlets.