Individual tickets for Steelers’ home games in 2020 will go on sale this week, the team announced in a press release Tuesday morning.
Tickets will be available starting on Friday, May 22 at 10 a.m., exclusively through Ticketmaster. Tickets will not be sold at the Heinz Field box office.
According to the release, tickets are “limited,” and fans may purchase “up to eight tickets total per household” for any of the team’s eight home games. There is no ticket limit in place for either of the team’s two home preseason contests.
The Steelers will also continue their four-tiered, variable pricing plan for tickets in 2020.
The Steelers’ matchups against the Philadelphia Eagles (Oct. 11) and Baltimore Ravens (Nov. 26) are listed as the two premier tier games.
Games against the Denver Broncos (Sept. 20), Cleveland Browns (Oct. 18) and Indianapolis Colts (Dec. 27) are second-tier black.
Meetings with the Cincinnati Bengals (Nov. 15), Houston Texans (Sept. 27) and Washington Redskins (Dec. 6) are listed in the third, gold tier.
The team did not include potential contingencies or protocols if games are cancelled, postponed or played without fans as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Highlights from Steelers Practice 10/28/20
Defensive captain Cam Heyward leads the defense in their preperation for the Steelers big game this Sunday with the Baltimore Ravens.
Heyward leads by example while going through a drill.
Footage courtesy Pittsburgh Steelers
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Steelers Week 10 Game vs. Bengals Flexed to 4:25 p.m. National Broadcast
The Steelers game against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 10 has been flexed into a national television broadcast slot.
The Steelers and Bengals will now kick off at Heinz Field on Sunday, Nov. 15 at 4:25 p.m. The game had originally been scheduled to kick at 1 p.m. It will be broadcast nationally on FOX. All of that weekend’s early games will be broadcast on FOX, as CBS has coverage of The Masters, which was rescheduled from this summer.
The game will be Pittsburgh’s first matchup against 2020 NFL Draft No. 1 pick, Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow.
The Steelers are also playing a 4:25 p.m., nationally broadcast game in Week 9 against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. That game will be televised by CBS.
That will be the second time this season the Steelers will be placed in a nation-wide television slot. The team opened the season playing on ESPN’s Monday Night Football against the New York Giants.
The Steelers’ Week 7 game against the Tennessee Titans was protected by CBS in a 1 p.m. time slot, but was broadcast nearly nationwide, with CBS only showing two other 1 p.m. games.
The Steelers will play on national television at least three more times this season: against the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday, Nov. 26, on Sunday Night Football against the Buffalo Bills on Dec. 13 and at the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday, Dec. 21.