Steelers Asking For Season Ticket Money Like Normal

The Tribune Review reports that the Steelers are expecting their money like normal for season tickets for the 2011 season.

The Steelers expect fans to make season-ticket payments for the 2011 season, even though it could be wiped out by the NFL lockout. In a letter to season-ticket holders, team president Art Rooney II said “payments are due, consistent with past practices.” ticket payments are due in full by May 2. “If games are lost to a work stoppage, we will provide refunds for any games cancelled,” Rooney said in the letter. The Steelers, coming off a loss to the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl XLV, did not raise ticket prices for 2011. The team also did not raise prices after playing in Super Bowls XL and XLIII.

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