- One G-Pass to see the 82nd annual City Game presented by GNC between the Pittsburgh Panthers and Duquesne University Dukes men’s basketball teams
- When: Saturday, November 30, at 1 p.m.
- Where: CONSOL Energy Center
- Door time: Noon
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
- $13 for upper-bowl seating in sections 217-218 or 221-222 (a $25.55 value)
- $18 for lower-bowl seating in sections 105, 109, 116, or 120 (a $36.80 value)
How G-Pass Works: Your G-Pass will be ready to print 48 hours after the deal ends. Print the G-Pass and use it to enter the venue directly; you won't need to redeem at will call. Due to security restrictions, G-Passes cannot be redeemed through the Groupon mobile app.
The City Game presented by GNC
Separated by just two miles, the Pittsburgh and Duquesne men’s basketball teams first clashed on January 13, 1932—a game that saw the Dukes win in a shootout, 28-21. Since then, however, the Panthers have had the upper hand.
Boasting a 50-31 all-time advantage, Pitt has won 12 consecutive match-ups over Duquesne, and 31 of the series’ last 34 games. On November 30, the 82nd annual City Game pits the two schools against each other yet again as the Dukes try to break the streak. To do so, they'll turn to guard Derrick Colter, who posted one of the best freshman seasons in school history a year ago. The Panthers, meanwhile, are set to counter with small forward Lamar Patterson, who steps in as the team’s main scoring threat after average 10 points per game last season.
CONSOL Energy Center
Guests feast their eyes on the impressive athleticism on display at the CONSOL Energy Center, home to the NHL's Penguins, arena football's Power, and countless other events. Two LED rings circumscribe the seating bowl, and 800 high-definition televisions of varying sizes pepper the building, ensuring attendees don't miss a single slam-dunk, slap shot, or black eye. Comfy seating cushions rapt fans, boasting widths of up to 24 inches to accommodate wild, celebratory gyrations and pockets filled with packing peanuts.