Single-game tickets for the Steelers’ 2021 season will go on sale May 14, the team announced on Thursday.
The Steelers are selling tickets based on having full capacity at Heinz Field for games this fall.
“We’re planning on having full capacity,” team president Art Rooney told Steelers.com on Wednesday. “The trends are all headed in the right direction, and we’re excited about getting our fans back in the stadium. Again, I just encourage anyone who hasn’t been vaccinated to go out and get vaccinated. That’s the best way for everything to get back to normal.”
Fans may purchase up to 12 tickets per game for any of the nine games. Despite the full stadium, the Steelers usually have limited availability for single-game tickets.
The team will use a variable pricing plan, with games against the Raiders (Week 2) and Ravens (Week 13) the most expensive, Seattle (Week 6), Denver (Week 5) and Cincinnati (Week 3) in the second tier and the rest of the regular-season games in the third tier.
Tickets are also on sale for the team’s lone home preseason game against Detroit on Aug. 21. Those tickets will be priced lower than all of the regular-season games.
The Steelers announced in April that they will not increase prices for season ticket holders in 2021. It’s not clear if the team will increase the price of single-game tickets at this point.
Tickets can be purchased through Ticketmaster starting at 10 a.m. on Friday. Tickets will not be sold at the Heinz Field box office.