Monday, October 29, 2007

Monday Night Football Market

Who Dey? We Dey!

By taking care of the Cincinatti Bengals 24-13 yesterday, the Pittsburgh Steelers move to 5-2 and set up an AFC North showdown with the 2nd place Baltimore Ravens (4-3) one week from tonight on ESPN's Monday Night Football, November 5 at 8:30 PM Eastern. A win would give the Steelers a 3-game lead over Baltimore in the conference.

Need tickets? Ravens Steelers tickets are always in demand when these 2 mainstays of the AFC North get together to wage defensive battles. Add the bright lights of Monday Night Football and the Steelers position at the top of the AFC North and you have one of the marquee home games of the year.

Tickets for the Ravens Steelers Monday Night Matchup are readily available on Stubhub. Here's what you can expect to pay:

  • Upper endzone prices begin around $100
  • Lower endzone prices begin around $170
  • Upper sideline begin at about $120 and top out around 300
  • Lower sidelines between the 30s start around $300
  • Club seats are starting at $250

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Thursday, September 27, 2007

Time To Go Thursday: Steelers Cardinals Edition

Whiz and Grim vs. Big Ben and Tomlin. If you're thinking about heading to Phoenix to see the Pittsburgh Steelers take on the Arizona Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, time is running out.

If you're into luxury, the Arizona Cardinals have a limited number of "Party Loft" tickets available from Ticketmaster for Sunday's game. Tickets are $1,000 each and include a buffet, beer and soft drinks with an additional charge for liquor, a parking pass, and access to the Gila River West Club Lounge. (Season ticket holders in the Party Loft get access to "Big Game" tickets -- you know the Big Game the Steelers have won 5 times.) Buy tickets from TicketMaster.

If that's rich for your blood, Stubhub prices range from $125 in the Upper Endzone No-Alcohol Family Fun Zone to $972 for 40 Yard Line Club Level seats. The Cardinals club seating offers 6 air-conditioned lounges, upgraded food and beverage, and for the ample-bottomed fan: seats that are 2 inches wider.

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Thursday, August 31, 2006

A Great Deal to Begin A Great Week

Steelers fans already know that today begins one of the most exciting weeks of the year. But did you know that if you're headed downtown to the game you can enjoy a great deal at dozens of downtown restaurants?

Today only, Dining Certificates is offering $25 certificates for just $4 to dozens of restaurants in Pittsburgh including SportsRock Cafe in the Strip District and the Red Star Tavern at Station Square !

At checkout, enter coupon code 78022 (That's Ben, Cedrick, Duce) and hit "recalculate total." Your normally great deal of $25 dollars of dining for $10 will now be just 4$ -- more than 80% off. Click here to SAVE on Dining!

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Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Vamos Steelers

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PNC Bank's Headquarters branch location is handing out Spanish language cheer cards for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Perhaps the cards are being handed out in honor of the Steelers opening game opponent, the Miami Dolphins and it's large Spanish speaking population.

Excitement continues to build for the Steelers Dolphins opener next Thursday as part of the NFL's Kickoff 2007. Tickets are hard to come by, with prices ranging from $200-$1500. (Season tickets are also available for as low as $1,250). Pregame festivities will include a pregame concert by Rascal Flats and the National Anthem will be performed by Martina McBride.

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Sunday, August 27, 2006

>A fantastic week ahead for Steelers fans

As the excitement build for the 2006 Season and we transition from the end of training camp to the NFL regular season, Steelers fans can look forward to one of the most exciting and action packed football weeks of the year with hardcore fans being able to catch 4 great football games in 8 nights beginning next Thursday, August 31 with the Steelers final pre-season game against the Carolina Panthers.

The Kickoff and Rib Festival takes over Art Rooney Drive beginning Thursday, August 31, on the North Shore for a celebration of food, music and football leading up to the highly anticipated Thursday, September 7 season opening game vs. the Miami Dolphins. You can catch ESPN radio 1250's "Steel City Gameday" Live from "Clippers Landing," the docks of the Gateway Clipper Fleet. For more information on how to get the most out of your Steelers game day, visit HereWeGoInfo's Pittsburgh Fan Guide to Tickets, Travel and Tailgating in Pittsburgh.

Thursday, August 31. The Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Carolina Panthers at Heinz Field in the final pre-season game at Heinz Field. This one will be a preview of the December 17 matchup at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, NC between two pre-season favorites to go to Super Bowl XLI in Miami.

Get into town early for the game? Attend the 2006 Pittsburgh Steelers kickoff luncheon at the Pittsburgh Hilton Hotel. The luncheon kicks off at 11AM with a Steelers Alumni Autograph session and silent auction. Call 412.392.4555 for more information.

Steeler Fans, click here to find out about a great dining discount.

Friday, September 1. Head down to the North Shore for a free concert by Pittsburgh’s house band The Clarks at 7:30. Or, get your football fix with the kickoff of the high school football season. Important week 1 matchups include Woodland Hills at Mt. Lebanon.

Saturday, September 2. The Pitt Panthers kickoff their 2006 season with a game against the ACC’s University of Virginia Cavaliers. Festival grounds are open from noon to midnight.

Sunday, September 3. Get into regular season shape by running the annual Gatorade/Steelers 5k, which leaves the Heinz Field starting line at 9:30 AM. The Iron City Pro Boxing Exhibition by the Gate D pylon from Three Rivers Stadium at Noon and 3. Comic book fans can see the Marvel Super Heroes Spiderman Stage Show entertains fans of all ages at 2PM and 5PM in the Coca-Cola Great Hall at Heinz Field. Grand Funk Railroad wraps up the day by bringing their “Locomotion” to the stage.

Monday, September 4. Labor Day. See the Outlaws in concert for free at 4PM.

Tuesday, September 5. You may want to rest and get ready for the game with a low-key activity like the Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum, where you can reflect on the Steelers teams that have come before.

For dinner, head out Route 30 to the Rivertowne Pub in North Huntington for the ESPN Radio 1250 Pro Football Show hosted by Mark Madden and featuring Pittsburgh Steelers Verron Haynes and Bryant McFadden.

Wednesday, September 6. The NFL comes to town. Catch a glimpse of the Steelers at the Pittsburgh Hilton where they stay before most home games. Want to bump into NFL officials and broadcasters around town? Try dinner at Morton’s or Ruth’s Chris Steak House. (If you’ve never been to the Pittsburgh Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse for a lunch time cheeseburger, stop reading and go immediately.)

Thursday, September 7. Game 1. Steelers Dolphins, 8:30 PM Heinz Field. Expect the tailgating to kick-off after 3PM. If you’re in the Gold Lots, watch for the teams to arrive by bus 3-4 hours before the game. Don’t miss the pre-game concert by Rascal Flatts at Heinz Field.

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Wednesday, August 23, 2006

A Two-Deep Zone Against the Fade...

Steelers fans, in addition to being able to eat their lunch in Hines Ward's locker room, will soon be able to get hypercycloid logo's shaved into their head at Steelers Safety and McKeesport native Mike Logan's hair salon.

According to the Pittsburgh Business Times, Logan is opening a Fahrenheit 212 at One Hope Square on Center Avenue in Pittsburgh's Hill District.

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Tuesday, August 22, 2006

The End of the Steelers Camping Trip and DeadSpin (literally)

We're in the final couple of days of Steelers training camp in Latrobe, PA. St. Vincent's College will host it's final session of the 2006 training camp on Wednesday. Men's News Daily takes a minute to recap what makes a day at Pittsburgh's training camp so great.

Yesterday, Deadspin covered the case of a woman who purchased tickets on e-bay for the September 7 game against the Miami Dolphins last November. This is a pre-Super Bowl victory, pre-2006 schedule ticket transaction made possible by the NFL's scheduling formula that let's you know who to expect where in what season. Well, let's just say the guy selling the tickets wasn't as lucky as the guy that had a heart attack after the terrible tackle -- although it's unclear as to whether rigor mortis set in before or after the XL victory. Makes StubHub's Fan Protect Guarantee seem totally worth it.