Pittsburgh Steelers 200 Level Endzone

The Pittsburgh Steelers 200 Level Endzone describes non-club seating placed behind the north endzone on the second level of Heinz Field. The Heinz Field seating chart shows the 200 Level Endzone in a narrow strip between the 100 level next to the field and the 500 level in the overhanging terrace.


Pittsburgh Steelers 200 Level Endzone seats are non-premium areas that do not provide access to the clubs on the second level of Heinz Field. Located just above the Steelers 100 Level Endzone, sections in the 200 Level Endzone offer similar views at an identical price. Five sections are in the 200 Level Endzone: Steelers Section 220, Steelers Section 221, Steelers Section 223, Steelers Section 224, and Steelers Section 225. Due to the design of Heinz Field, the stadium does not contain a section 222. Although further away from the field than the comparably-priced 100 Level Endzone sections, seats in the 200 Level Endzone provide a better angle for action on the opposite end of the field. The smaller seating area also makes it easier to reach concessions and restroom facilities during breaks in the game.

Look at the Pittsburgh Steelers seating chart or read detailed information on the other available seating locations in Heinz Field: Steelers Club Level 1, Steelers, Club Level 2, Steelers North Club Level 1, Steelers North Club Level 2, Steelers 100 Level Midfield, Steelers 100 Level Sideline, Steelers 100 Level Corner, Steelers 100 Level Endzone, Steelers 200 Level Corner, Steelers 200 Level Endzone, Steelers 500 Level Midfield, Steelers 500 Level Sideline, and Steelers 500 Level Endzone.

Steelers 200 Level Endzone tickets are offered to season ticket buyers before individual game ticket sales commence. As a result, only scattered individual seats can be purchased for single games. Full season tickets of ten games--eight regular season games and two preseason games--cost $820 while individual game tickets cost $82 each. With no discount offered for full season tickets, only fans planning to attend a majority of games should consider buying season tickets. Since secondary market ticket brokers and online ticket websites sell a variety of tickets for every game, the price and availability of single game tickets will fluctuate with demand for a specific opponent. Prices for preseason games are far less than face value while popular regular season games cost in excess of $120.

Pittsburgh Steelers 200 Level Endzone

Pittsburgh Steelers 200 Level Endzone
View of the Pittsburgh Steelers 200 Level Endzone from across the field
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