What would you do to receive game tickets for your favorite football team? One Pittsburgh Steelers fan went through enormous lengths in order to obtain them.
Said Steelers fan got a tattoo of the team’s logo on the side of his head, in the same form as Pittsburgh’s helmets on the gridiron. When meeting with JuJu Smith-Schuster at training camp on Saturday, the wide receiver autographed the tattoo, but upped the stakes.
This fan had a Steelers logo tatted on his head.
JuJu autographed it and promised tickets if he got the signature tatted, too.
Time to pay up, @TeamJuJu ?
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— B/R Gridiron (@brgridiron) July 28, 2019
Pittsburgh’s up-and-coming star promised to give the fan tickets to any game he so desired, but only if he got the signature tatted on his head.
The fan, who already showed how devoted he was, did just that. After Bleacher Report’s “Gridiron” Twitter account called out Smith-Schuster, the receiver replied, saying the fan didn’t receive any ordinary tickets. They were season tickets.
Yup, I got him, he’s got season tickets now. Respect!! ? https://t.co/67KIpFkdau
— JuJu Smith-Schuster (@TeamJuJu) July 28, 2019
So there you have it folks, that’s how you receive NFL season tickets for free. Well, technically not free, considering the cost of getting both tattoos. But still, it’s probably a cheaper option than buying the season tickets themselves.
We ask you again, just what lengths will you go to in order to earn season tickets for your favorite team?