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Penguins Playoff Tickets For First Home Games On-Sale Wednesday



Sidney Crosby Pittsburgh Penguins playoff tickets

The Pittsburgh Penguins and fans are ready for playoff hockey, even if the NHL has not yet announced the start date of Round One. The Penguins’ opponent is also yet to be determined as the Penguins could finish anywhere from first to third in the East Division, pending their outcome against the Buffalo Sabres on Saturday and the outcomes of the Boston Bruins vs. Washington Capitals next week.

The Penguins are putting tickets for Round One and their first two home games on sale. Those games could be Game 1 and Game 2, or 3 and 4 based on their final seed. If the Penguins win on Saturday, they clinch home-ice for at least the first round.

From the Pittsburgh Penguins release:

The Penguins announced today that single-game tickets for the first two home games of Round 1 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs at PPG Paints Arena would go on sale Wednesday, May 12 at 10 AM at

The Penguins’ first-round opponent, along with dates and game times, will be announced by the NHL at a later date. The Penguins 2021 Playoffs are presented by UPMC, PPG, and IGS Energy.

Penguins’ season ticket holders will receive an exclusive pre-sale prior to the general public on-sale date. Details will be communicated directly by email.

PPG Paints Arena will be opened to 25% capacity for Round 1 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.  Tickets will continue to be sold in pods of two, three, and four to allow for social distancing.  In addition, fans are encouraged to review the ‘Know Before You Go‘ checklist available on the team’s website prior to attending a game.

To ensure a safe, enjoyable experience for all fans, the following policies are in place:

  • Mobile Ticketing: A mobile ticket must be displayed on a smartphone to enter PPG Paints Arena.
  • Mandatory Face Masks:All guests over the age of two (2) years will be required to properly wear a face mask at all times inside the arena. Gaiters and bandanas are prohibited.
  • All Bags are Prohibited: This includes clear bags, purses, and camera bags. Exceptions may be made for medical bags, diaper bags, and wristlets or wallets (no larger than 8″ x 5″ x 1″) following inspection.
  • Cashless Transactions: Credit and debit cards, as well as Apple/Google Pay, are accepted.

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