||Provided that the NHL season will resume
for the 2005-2006 season, you can see Mario Lemieux and the rest of
the Penguins hit the ice from the best seats available for just $20
when you show up at the Mellon Arena one hour before gametime with
your student ID. Check
out the latest Penguin news here.
||Avant-garde and international film buffs love to take
advantage of $5 student tickets at Pittsburgh Filmmakers, an organization
that screens independent films at three movie houses in the Pittsburgh
region: Harris Theater, Regent Square Theater and the Melwood Screening
Room. You can also become a student member of the organization and
treat yourself to free movies. Click
here for more info.
||Explore Pittsburgh on land and water in a vintage WWII
amphibious vehicle courtesy of Just
Ducky Tours, and get a quacktastic $1 off admission with your
||Show your ID for $1.50 off your entrance fee to the
John Heinz Pittsburgh Regional History Center, where you can learn
the humble origins of Heinz Ketchup and practice your Pittsburghese
with a talking robot.
||Enjoy Technicolor prints of Mick Jagger and Mao Tse
Tung wallpaper at almost half the regular price with your ID at the
Andy Warhol Museum.
||As a student, get $3 off admission when you visit the
constantly changing room-sized artwork exhibited at the
Mattress Factory. *CMU students can get in for free all year
and University of Pittsburgh students during the Fall and Spring semesters.
||At both the Carnegie
Museum of Art* and the Carnegie
Museum of Natural History, where priceless paintings are intermingled
with huge dinosaur skeletons, you can save $4 on the entrance fee
with a college ID. *CMU and Pitt students get in free w/ID.
||Get $2 off admission price as a student when you explore
the Victorian mansion, art museum and antique motorcar museum at the
Frick Art & Historical Center.
||With $2 off admission with your student ID, the flower
gardens at the Phipps
Conservatory smell even better than usual.
||When students sign up for a free ARTSPassport membership*
they receive: discounted tickets for over 20 shows (only $10* per
ticket); the opportunity to beat the rush and purchase tickets in
advance; discounts at partnering restaurants in the Cultural District
and invitations to happy hours, cast parties and gallery openings.
information on how to get an ARTSPassport membership click here.
*Membership good for all undergraduate and graduate students with
a valid college ID.
||The world-famous Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra will
offer you its best available seats for just $12.75 if you have your
college ID handy. Student Rush tickets are $14 for classical concerts
if you show up 2 hours before the performance. True symphony fans
will want to purchase a special student subscription for the concert
season, just $12 per concert. To find out more go to www.pittsburghsymphony.org.