Pitt Basketball Season Tickets On Sale Now


PITTSBURGH – Season tickets for the 2023-24 Pitt Men’s Basketball season are now on sale through the Panthers Ticket Office. Pitt returns two starters, including All-ACC performer Blake Hinson, from last year’s team that battled for the ACC regular season championship and won a pair of games in the NCAA Tournament.

Pitt’s season ticket pricing and flexible payment plans allow fans to secure great seats for as little as $56 per month. Flexible payment plans allow fans to pay for their tickets and parking in equal monthly payments (up to five installments) with final payments processed by Sept. 15.

Select and secure your 2023-24 season tickets HERE.

Pitt, coming off a 24-12 season that included NCAA Tournament wins over Mississippi State and Iowa State, will have another exciting home schedule with both Duke and North Carolina making trips to the Petersen Events Center this season. The Panthers will also host Clemson, Florida State, Louisville, NC State, Notre Dame, Syracuse, Virginia Tech, and Wake Forest as part of their 20-game ACC schedule this season.

2023 ACC Coach of the Year Jeff Capel and his staff return a strong core of players, while also adding an outstanding recruiting class for the 2023-24 season.

Hinson, a Second Team All-ACC selection a year ago, is among the top returning players in the ACC after averaging 15.3 points and 6.0 rebounds per game and leading the ACC with 97 three-point field goals in his first season in Oakland. Pitt also returns starting center Federiko Federiko (6.6 ppg., 5.3 rpg., 1.7 bpg., .667 FG pct.), two-year starter William Jeffress, who missed the 2022-23 campaign with a foot injury, and the twin tower tandem of Guillermo Diaz Graham (3.5 ppg., 3.2 rpg.) and Jorge Diaz Graham (2.9 ppg., 2.2 rpg.).

The Panthers have added a pair of productive transfers in Ishmael Leggett (16.4 ppg., 5.8 rpg., 2.4 apg. in 2022-23) and Zack Austin (14.1 ppg., 5.4 rpg., 2.1 bpg., 62 3FG) to go along with a trio of highly touted high school prospects – Marlon Barnes, Jr.Carlton Carrington, and Jaland Lowe.

Pitt played in front of sellout crowds against No. 20 Miami and in the regular season home finale against Syracuse last season. The Panthers topped the 10,000-fan mark in four other home contests despite playing eight of their home games with students on holiday break.

Pitt is expected to announce its non-conference schedule in June with a full 2023-24 schedule with dates, times, and TV designations coming in Sept. Fans can get the latest Pitt Basketball info on Twitter (@Pitt_MBB), Instagram (@pitt_mbb), and at www.PittsburghPanthers.com.

Season Ticket Benefits

  • Same seat for all home games
  • Greatest savings off the individual ticket price
  • Opportunity to secure season parking pass
  • First priority on single game tickets
  • Special presales and discounts
  • Panther Club membership which includes exclusive access to special events


  • Faculty/Staff
    • Exclusive savings of 25% off the season ticket price for Pitt and UPMC employees.
  • Young Alumni
    • Exclusive savings of 30% off the season ticket price for Pitt graduates from 2020 or later.

Source: Matt Plizga/Pitt Athletics

Image: Vince Butts/UMT