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The Pittsburgh Panthers football seasons have steadily increased in average ticket prices from 2014 to 2016 before a drop for the current 2017 season. Between the Panthers’ 2014 and 2016 college football seasons, there has been an increase in ticket averages each season. The largest increase occurred during the 2015 season moving from a $25 ticket average in 2014 to $38, which was a 54% rise. The 2017 Pittsburgh season has seen a drop in the average ticket prices with a current average of $28, this is a 38% decrease from the 2016 $45 ticket price.

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(Data updated 9/20/2017)

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2018 Pittsburgh Panthers Season Preview

Pitt’s cornerbacks last year were in a nutshell … were not good. The Panthers were lit up by nearly everyone, although having to play against Deshaun Watson, Mitchell Trubisky, Mason Rudolph and Brad Kaaya didn’t help. Avonte Maddox will be back for his senior year and he’s a good player. Some injuries derailed him last year but the Panthers will need for him to get it together rather quickly. Pittsburgh’s best offensive weapon is hybrid running back/wide receiver, Quadree Henderson. He’s quick as anyone in the country and can be inserted literally anywhere on the offensive side. QB Max Browne will be tasked with getting Henderson and fellow wide receiver Jester Weah the rock, while offensive tackle Brian O’Neill will be desperately needed on the protection side. The Panthers averaged nearly 450 yards per game last year, but the explosiveness has moved on. Browne came in from USC so he is clearly no slouch. But success will rely on him and the secondary. Whether you are planning on cheering on Pittsburgh at Heinz Field or supporting the Panthers on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all 2017 Pittsburgh Panthers tickets, including home and away games.

Pittsburgh Panthers Football at Heinz Field

Address: 100 Art Rooney Ave, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15212

The Pittsburgh Panthers play their home games at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Watching a game at this state of the art 65,000 seat NFL stadium is a treat for any college football fan. The field is notoriously unpredictable, and makes for wild plays and exciting finishes. The Pittsburgh Panthers home bench is on the Heinz Field sideline with sections 130-139. Heinz Field parking information is covered in our Panthers event guide.

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Pitt vs. Penn State

A new era begins again for the Pittsburgh Panthers and for the first time in a couple of seasons it has nothing to do with the coaching staff. The Panthers have joined the ACC after being a member of the Big East since 1991. Paul Chryst returns for his second season as the head coach and will need to rely on a defense that returns nine starters. Chryst has to find a new starting quarterback and running back, but receiver Devin Street returns for his senior season after leading the Panthers in catches with 73. The Panthers will make their ACC debut in the first game of the season on national television with the Florida State Seminoles traveling to Pittsburgh. Chryst’s squad will also host Notre Dame, North Carolina, and Miami in 2013.

Pitt vs. West Virginia

The 14th oldest rivalry in college football, the “Backyard Brawl” is one of the most intense games on the east coast. Separated by approximately 75 miles, these interstate neighbors have played over 100 times since 1895. The Panthers lead the series, but the last decade has been arguably the most competitive in the rivalry’s history. With major regional recruiting implications on the line, and two historically passionate fan bases, this rivalry is one of the highlights of every season.

Pitt vs. Cincinnati

Known as the “River City Rivalry,” this young series burst on to the college football landscape. The first meeting between these schools dates back to 1921, but the rivalry didn’t kick off until 2005 with the creation of the “Paddlewheel Trophy.” The 2009 edition of the series is considered one of the most exciting games of the last decade and showcases this young rivalry’s high energy and competitiveness.

Pitt Panthers in the College Football Playoff, Bowl Games and ACC Championship

Sharing their home field with the NFL’s Pittsburgh Steelers, the Panthers were member of the Big East Conference since the early 90’s and were crowned champions on more than one occasion before their move to the ACC. With more than 700 wins and over 30 bowl game appearances, the Pittsburgh Panthers have established themselves as College Football royalty. Ticketcity offers tickets to all college football bowl games and the Atlantic Coast Conference Championship Game.

Pittsburgh Panthers Event Guide

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Where is a good place to eat prior to a Pitt football game?

The Del Monte building on North Shore Dr. close to the Fort Duquesne Bridge has 3 great restaurants that are perfect for a pre/post game meal. You have your choice of: the Jerome Bettis Grille 36, Clark Bar & Grill and Tilted Kilt. About a block away (toward PNC Park) at 247 North Shore Dr. you will find Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse which offers great steaks, an awesome wine selection and the opportunity to rub elbows with local celebrities. Try the Bettis 7oz filet, it’s awesome.

What time do the gates open prior to a Pitt home football game?

The gates at Heinz field open 2 hours prior to kick off for all Pittsburgh Panthers home games.

What is the best hotel to stay at while attending Pitt football game?

There are many options but the Hyatt Place Hotel (Tony Dorsett Dr. & North Shore Dr) and Marriot Hotel (Mazeroski Way & General Robinson St.) are closest to Heinz Field permitting you to easily walk a few blocks to the game or hop in a cab.

Where is the best parking for a Panthers game at Heinz Field?

The closest and the best parking options are in the Gold parking sections directly east of the stadium. The red sections are slightly farther and the blue are the farthest from the field. There is a taxi stand at the Marriot hotel where you can hop in a cab if you aren’t up for the walk.

Pittsburgh Panthers Preview History

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2016 Pittsburgh Football Preview

Pat Narduzzi will be returning to Pittsburgh in 2016 for his second year as head coach. Coming into the season, Panther fans have a lot of excitement and expectations after what Narduzzi had already accomplished in 2015, ending the season with 8 wins and a second place finish in the Coastal Division. In 2016, quarterback Nathan Peterman will return as the starter after proving his leadership skills in Pittsburgh’s 2015 season. The aggressive style of the Panthers’ defense will be implemented by star players, Ejuan Price, Jordan Whitehead and Matt Galambos. The main goal for Narduzzi is to continue the Pittsburgh Panthers’ improvements in 2016; this is a strong possibility with 16 starters returning. The tough 2016 Pittsburgh Panthers’ schedule will be an obstacle the Panthers will need to cross with games against Oklahoma State, North Carolina, Miami and Clemson. An exciting game in the Panthers' schedule will be against in-state rival Penn State for the first time since 2000.

2015 Pittsburgh Football Preview

The Pitt Panthers struggled through a difficult ACC football schedule a season ago. The Panthers came up just short in many of their losses, losing by less than 7 points in 5 games. The 2015 Pittsburgh Panthers football team will look to turn these close losses into wins this season. To get there, the Panthers will rely heavily on running back James Connor. Connor is the latest in a line of fantastic Pitt running backs, and rushed for over 1,700 yards last season, on 5.9 yards a carry. Expect Connor to run early and often in 2015. Where the Panthers offense will look to greatly improve is at the quarterback position. Chad Voytik comes in with another season of experience under his belt and should improve on his shaky touchdown to interception ratio. Top games on the Pittsburgh Panthers 2015 football schedule are in Pittsburgh against Notre Dame, Louisville, and Miami.

2014 Pittsburgh Football Preview

2013 was a year of transition for the Pitt Panthers. It was the Panthers first season in the ACC and the first year for head coach Paul Chryst. The Panthers played a brutal ACC schedule that resulted in a 7-6 record and a win over Bowling Green in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl. Chryst and company come into 2014 a little more familiar with their new conference, but with plenty new faces on the team. The offense lost journeyman quarterback Tom Savage and standout receiver Devin Street to the NFL draft. The reigns of Pitt’s offense will be turned over to sophomore quarterback Chad Voytik, who will be one of 6 sophomores starting on the Panthers offense. Pittsburgh’s defense loses outstanding defensive tackle Aaron Donald and will rely heavily on a strong linebacking core, headlined by seniors Anthony Gonzalez and Todd Thomas. Key games for the Pitt Panthers 2014 ACC Coastal Division title aspirations with October 16th against Virginia Tech, October 25th against Georgia Tech, and November 1st against Duke. If the Panthers can come out of those home games with a winning record, look for them to finish at, or near the top of the ACC Coastal Division.

2013 Pittsburgh Football Preview

A new era begins again for the Pittsburgh Panthers and for the first time in a couple of seasons it has nothing to do with the coaching staff. The Panthers have joined the ACC after being a member of the Big East since 1991. Paul Chryst returns for his second season as the head coach and will need to rely on a defense that returns nine starters. Chryst has to find a new starting quarterback and running back, but receiver Devin Street returns for his senior season after leading the Panthers in catches with 73. The Panthers will make their ACC debut in the first game of the season on national television with the Florida State Seminoles traveling to Pittsburgh. Chryst’s squad will also host Notre Dame, North Carolina, and Miami in 2013.

2011 Pittsburgh Football Preview

Pittsburgh has had one of the toughest off-seasons of any team in the Big East. Between a losing a coach, as well as three stars to the NFL, the Panthers left their fans with a lot of questions heading into 2011. However, they return a proven talent at quarterback, and first-year coach Todd Graham has shown he has was it takes to be a big-time play caller.

The Pittsburgh offense will certainly miss the contributions of Dion Lewis and Jonathan Baldwin, but with Tino Sunseri under center they have an experienced leader. He will be joined by running back Ray Graham who, despite having to sit behind Lewis, showed he was capable of carrying the load. As for targets for Sunseri, he will likely turn to junior receiver Mike Shanahan and sophomore Devin Street for deep threats.

The Panthers will have to make up for a few departed players on defense as well, but may find it more difficult to do so. Still, they will see the return of all-conference performer Brandon Lindsey, and an experienced linebacking corps led by Max Gruder and Tristan Roberts will provide some stability on defense.

2010 Pittsburgh Football Preview

A hot start in 2009 had fans of the Pittsburgh Panthers dreaming of bowl game glory. While a tough close to their schedule ended their lofty goals, an impressive campaign nonetheless has fans and commentators building hype for Pitt's 2010 season.

Last year, Pitt seemed nearly untouchable in the Big East Conference to start the season, mounting strong victories over Navy, Notre Dame and Rutgers. The team peaked at a number nine ranking in the AP and BCS polls, and wound up finishing the season ranked 15th, with an overall 10-3 record. Even though a conference championship eluded the Panthers, many believe they gained the experience and personnel to be in the thick of a title run in 2010.

Dion Lewis, the Big East Offensive Player and Rookie of the Year, will be returning to lead to help lead Pitt into postseason play by filling the running back position. Last year he ran for a blistering 1,799 yards and scored 17 touchdowns. On the other side of the ball, Big East Defensive Player of the Year Greg Romeus will return as a defensive end for the Panthers, keeping opposing teams out of the endzone and opposing quarterbacks on the turf.

2009 Pittsburgh Football Preview

2009 will mark the 5th season that Dave Wannstedt is Head Coach of the Pittsburgh Panthers. Pitt enters the season hoping to put behind them memories of an embarrassing 3-0 loss to Oregon State in the 2008 Sun Bowl. To help propel the Panthers the team has brought in new Offensive Coordinator Frank Cignetti Jr. If Wannstedt can get his new offense going then Pittsburgh should be a top contender for the Big East Conference crown.

2008 Pittsburgh Football Preview

The University of Pittsburgh Panthers are one of the most successful college football programs of all time. With coach Dave Wannstedt coming off a recent contract extension, in spite of some tough losing seasons, Pitt is riding high after upsetting their heavily favored and #2 ranked rival West Virginia in the 2007 Backyard Brawl. The Panthers will look to expand on that bright spot in their recent history and bring the team back to prominence in the Big East. Look for Pittsburgh to be in the hunt for a bowl bid this coming season.