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Courtesy of the Tribune Review:
Adhering to their custom of raising season-ticket prices on an every-other-year basis, the Steelers sent 2018 invoices to fans on Monday, with tickets for the upcoming season containing a slight increase in price.
In Section 130, for example, the price of a ticket has increased by an average of $6 per game from the 2017 season. For a 10-game package, including two preseason games, that amounts to a $60 increase per ticket. Last year, ticket prices were kept the same as in the 2016 season. Tickets in that section that averaged $121.60 per game in 2017 will cost $127.60 in 2018.
Season-ticket holders also were informed that the print-at-home ticket option has been eliminated. Tickets purchased through the NFL Ticket Exchange and all tickets forwarded from a season-ticket holder will be mobile delivery only.
In addition, postseason tickets will be shipped with regular-season tickets in July. Ticket holders will have the ability to opt-in for postseason tickets when they renew tickets for the 2018 season.