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Affordable Pittsburgh Steelers Tickets: Steel City Football Fans Heading to Ticketability.com to Pick up Seats for Home Opener Versus Titans

The Pittsburgh Steelers are opening their 2013 season with a home game versus the Tennessee Titans, and Ticketability.com is offering affordable Pittsburgh Steelers tickets for this contest. The return of football season in the Steel City is scheduled for

OSHKOSH, Wis., July 12, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Pittsburgh Steelers are looking to return to the playoffs after having an uncharacteristically mediocre 2012 campaign in which the team went 8-8 and missed the playoffs for the first time since 2009. The 2013 season will start with a 1 p.m. contest versus the Tennessee Titans on Sept. 8, and excited fans have circled this date for some time as the start of football season is always highly anticipated in the Steel City.

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Affordable Pittsburgh Steelers tickets are on sale at Ticketability.com for this contest. The last time that the Titans have played in Heinz Field was on Oct. 9, 2011. Pittsburgh dominated in a 38-17 victory that afternoon. The teams also played last year in Nashville, and the Titans edged just ahead of Pittsburgh in an exciting 26-23 contest broadcast by the NFL Network on Thursday Night Football. The only time these foes met in the playoffs was in 2002 when Tennessee won at home in overtime, 34-31.

Fans who find Pittsburgh Steelers tickets on Ticketability.com will be heading to a top-notch facility. Heinz Field is located in the North Shore neighborhood, and it has played host to Steelers games since it opened in 2001. The 65,050-seat facility has also played host to Pittsburgh Panthers home games since that season. Pitt won its first game there, 31-0, over East Tennessee State. The Steelers were victorious over the Cincinnati Bengals in their first regular-season game at the stadium, 16-7.

Fans who buy Pittsburgh Steelers tickets know all about this historic franchise's history. This team has won six Super Bowl titles, the highest total in NFL annals. Titles following the 2005 and 2008 seasons pushed the Steelers past five-time champion Dallas into the top spot on that prestigious list. Those two squads are tied for the most appearances with eight apiece. Pittsburgh also advanced to the Super Bowl following the 2010 campaign.

Those who are successful in their venture to find Pittsburgh Steelers tickets will be watching a Titans team come to town that is coming off of a challenging 6-10 campaign. Tennessee is also in the midst of a playoff drought as the Titans last qualified for postseason play in 2008. The team's last playoff win came back in 2003. However, those who buy Pittsburgh Steelers tickets for this contest will be hoping that the Titans continue their poor play through at least the first game of the 2013 season.

This popular online ticket seller offers a huge assortment of concert, sporting event, and theater tickets for thousands of events taking place, including NFL Football tickets for the much anticipated upcoming football season.

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