Pittsburgh Steelers Club Level 2

The Pittsburgh Steelers Club Level 2 describes the cheaper of two seating areas found on the 200 level of Heinz Field. The Heinz Field seating chart shows six Club Level 2 sections on each side of the field surrounding the better located Steelers Club Level 1 areas.


Pittsburgh Steelers Club Level 2 sections are divided into four groupings with three sections in each corner of the stadium. The sections in the south-east corner are Steelers Section 205, Steelers Section 206, and Steelers Section 207. In the north-east corner are Steelers Section 214, Steelers Section 215, and Steelers Section 216. The north-west corner contains Steelers Section 229, Steelers Section 230, and Steelers Section 231. The south-west corner has Steelers Section 238, Steelers Section 239, and Steelers Section 240. All Steelers Club Level 2 tickets provide access to the entire club level and the amenities offered exclusively to club ticket holders. Fans benefit primarily from shorter lines to restrooms and concessions as the higher prices and restricted access of the Club Level limit the number of patrons throughout the 200 Level of Heinz Field. Cushioned seating areas, dozens of flat screen televisions throughout the concourse and a full-service bar are also provided to guests.

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 Club Level 2 tickets are sold first as season tickets for $2000 for ten home games. Seats remaining after the completion of season ticket sales are then offered to the public as individual game tickets for $200 each. Unlike other seating areas throughout Heinz Field, the Club Level 2 often has groups of single game tickets sold at face value by the team. Fans intent on sitting in the best seats towards the front rows or aisles of each Club Level 2 should consider an investment in season tickets or shop secondary market ticket sources. The high prices of club tickets substantially reduces the number available from ticket brokers and third-party ticketing websites, but the price is often at or below face value for even regular season games.

Pittsburgh Steelers Club Level 2

Pittsburgh Steelers Club Level 2
View of the lounge used by Pittsburgh Steelers Club Level 2 patrons
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