UPDATE 1/7: The Steelers announced that they will not be hosting fans for their Wild Card round game against the Browns.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have clinched the AFC North and the No. 3 seed, and are set to host the Cleveland Browns in a Wild Card game on January 10th. Fans will be allowed to attend the game, but the capacity will be greatly reduced. The Steelers allowed just 5,500 fans to attend games earlier in the season.
Where To Buy 2021 Pittsburgh Steelers Playoff Tickets
Primary market tickets are sold out.
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How Much Are 2021 Pittsburgh Steelers Playoff Tickets
Currently, there are only a little over 200 tickets available for the game on the secondary market, which is driving prices way up. The average price for the game is $1,168 with a get-in price of $611.
All listings on the secondary market are either in the 200-level end zone or scattered around the 100-level. Seats in the 200's start at $611, and range as high as $1,318. 100-level seats start at $758 in the end zone, $774 in the corners, and $1,028 on the sidelines. Prices go as high as $5,600+ for 100-level sideline seats at midfield.
Below is an infographic showing how this year's prices compared to other Steelers home playoff games since 2010: