- Major League Baseball
- Four seating options
- 15 available games
- Striking riverside stadium
About This Deal
Because baseball games are no longer used to settle land disputes and damages from horse collisions, they’ve become the battleground for deciding which U.S. city will be the first to move to the moon. Catch a nation-changing showdown with today's Groupon to a Pittsburgh Pirates baseball game: you’ll have your choice of four different seating options to see the Pirates play on 15 available dates. There is no limit on Groupon purchases, so customers can attend multiple games.
In order to claim your tickets, you'll be redirected to the realm of Pirates.com, where you will not have to pay any additional applicable fees. Pick one of the following ticket options to attend your choice of 15 Pittsburgh Pirates games. Various seating options are available for each game, including $24 for Pittsburgh Baseball Club seats (a $47 value), $12 for left- or right-field box seats (a $24 value), $10 for outfield box seats (a $20 value), and $7 for bleacher reserved seats (a $14 value).
- Colorado Rockies on Thursday, August 5, at 7:05 p.m.
- Colorado Rockies on Friday, August 6, at 7:05 p.m.
- Colorado Rockies on Sunday, August 8, at 1:35 p.m.
- Florida Marlins on Thursday, August 19, at 7:05 p.m.
- New York Mets on Friday, August 20, at 7:05 p.m.
- New York Mets on Sunday, August 22, at 1:35 p.m.
- St. Louis Cardinals on Tuesday, August 24, at 7:05 p.m.
- Washington Nationals on Friday, September 3, at 7:05 p.m.
- Washington Nationals on Sunday, September 5, at 1:35 p.m.
- Atlanta Braves on Tuesday, September 7, at 7:05 p.m.
- Arizona Diamondbacks on Friday, September 17, at 7:05 p.m.
- Arizona Diamondbacks on Sunday, September 19, at 1:35 p.m.
- St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday, September 22, at 7:05 p.m.
- Houston Astros on Friday, September 24, at 7:05 p.m.
- Houston Astros on Sunday, September 26, at 1:35 p.m.
Boasting a rich history highlighted by five World Series championships, the Pittsburgh Pirates have entertained fans with thrilling athleticism and mesmerizing shadow puppets since the team’s inception in 1887, 10 years before bats were invented. Visitors will be able to soak in the scenic and intimate confines of the nine-year-old PNC Park, which showcases striking riverside views and a classic stadium design. The downtown skyline, yellow-painted Roberto Clemente Bridge, and occasional Waldo sightings all create picturesque views that can be enjoyed from any of the stadium’s 38,362 seats. This year, the Pirates are led by center-fielder Andrew McCutchen and rookies Pedro Alvarez, Jose Tabata, and Neil Walker.
Attending a baseball game is more American than drive-through burgers wrapped in a pair of blue jeans or referring to every new locale one visits as “India.” Enjoy a fun-filled evening or afternoon of baseballing from several comfy seats, as opposed to a hot-air balloon or hazardous left-field bunkers, with today's Groupon to the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Reviews of the Pittsburgh Pirates can be heard on local radio stations, so here are some reviews of PNC Park via Ballparksofbaseball.com:
- For those of you who love baseball, this is a park to see. – Maureen O.
- Do yourself a favor when visiting PNC Park and walk around during a game. There are so many unique and wonderful vantage points, that you may not even want to go back to your seat. – Frankie P.
- The Pirates are lucky to have such a great place to play! – Chris Nichter
About Pittsburgh Pirates
In the Pittsburgh Alleghenies' first National League game in 1887, the rag-tag squad amassed six runs against the mighty Chicago White Stockings, establishing the team as a force to be reckoned with for decades to come. Today, through more than 130 years, five World Series titles, and four previous stadiums, the Alleghenies—now the Pirates—make their home at PNC Park, where pop flies soar amid views of the Clemente Bridge and Steel City skyline sprawling in the background. Located only 443 feet away—or, by official MLB measurements, 807.3 half-eaten hot dogs—the Allegheny River waits for home runs to splash down after sailing over the right-field wall, which stands at 21 feet high in honor of legendary Pirate Roberto Clemente. Off the field, the stone archways lining the entry-level façade tip their cap to the club's former longtime home, Forbes Field, and an outdoor terrace and riverwalk cool down fans enjoying the game on warm summer nights.