The Pittsburgh Steelers announced they will not increase season ticket prices in an email to season ticket holders last Wednesday.
The announcement comes as many teams around the league have already indicted they will raise their prices for the coming season. Pittsburgh is one of the early exceptions.
Steeler fans are also getting more bang for their buck with the new 17-game schedule, as this year’s season ticket package will include nine home games and just a single preseason tilt.
The Steelers are also shifting entirely to electronic ticketing for the first time in their history. Fans had had the option to choose a printed ticket option in previous seasons.
The Steelers are allowing fans to pay for their season tickets in installments for the first time ever in 2021.
The deadline to register for the installment plan is April 15. Their three equal payments will be due upon registration, on May 15 and June 15.
Lastly, Pittsburgh is again offering their “Pay-as-We-Play” program for the playoffs, allowing season ticket holders to reserve their postseason tickets without any money down. They will also receive a discounted rate for any home Wild Card Weekend game.
The Steelers will host the Ravens, Browns, Bengals, Broncos, Raiders, Bears, Lions, Titans, and Seahawks for their nine home games, with the Seattle game serving as their new cross-conference, Week 18 matchup.