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Pitt Football Ticket Prices Announced For 2011

Pitt's football ticket prices have been announced for 2011 and they're again a bargain.

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As the Post-Gazette points out, the cost of tickets is more than last year, but the cost per game is actually a little less. That's because Pitt has eight home games this season instead of the six they had in 2010. Student tickets are an amazing value at $25.00 and at about $3.00 per game, there's no reason for students to not be able to get to the games. That's literally what I paid as a student about ten years ago, so the prices haven't even gone up.

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Regular tickets don't get much cheaper, either. The cheapest seats, upper end zone, are no longer $99.00. But at $116.00 for eight games, that comes out to less than $15.00 a ticket.

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Prices, of course, vary depending on the seat. But in all, Pitt does a pretty good job and offering a pretty affordable product. No, the team isn't a top ten program, but it's still football in a BCS conference. Pitt has averaged nine wins over the past three years and there's not really any way you can argue about the ticket prices for that kind of a team.

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Photographs by dizfunk used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.