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Steelers-Bears Flyaway
Steelers-Bears Flyaway

09/19/2013 - 09/23/2013

For Pittsburgh Steelers fans, this trip is a MUST! Flyaway with WNAX to Pittsburgh in September to see the Steelers battle the Chicago Bears!

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Here is the trip:

Thursday, September 19th: Fly from Omaha to Pittsburgh
Check in at The Priory Hotel in downtown Pittsburgh

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Friday, September 20th: 10am Tour Heinz Field
Pittsburgh Pirates vs. San Diego Padres

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Saturday, September 21st: Explore downtown Pittsburgh
Ride the Duquesne Incline and see a spectacular view of downtown Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh Pirates vs. San Diego Padres

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Sunday, September 22nd: Game Day! PRIMETIME Sunday Night Football: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Chicago Bears

Monday, September 23rd: Fly Pittsburgh to Omaha

Included in the trip:

  • Round trip Airfare from Omaha to Pittsburgh
  • 4 nights stay at a very nice hotel in downtown Pittsburgh
  • Ticket to tour Heinz Field (This is an excellent 1 1/2 hour guided tour. You will get into the Steelers locker room and press box, in addition to standing on the field — just don’t touch the grass!)
  • Lower level game ticket to 2 Pirates games
  • Lower level game ticket to Steelers game
  • Group leader to help you around town
  • Airport transfer

Price: $1,699 per person double for September 19-23

Space if very limited! Call me at 605-857-0753 for questions or to book this trip.

Pittsburgh

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