Where To Buy 2021 Arizona Cardinals Tickets & When Do Tickets Go On Sale
Primary market face-value tickets generally go on sale shortly after the NFL schedule is released. This year, the schedule is being released on Wednesday, May 12th.
On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Fee-Free Arizona Cardinals tickets which also include a Refund Guarantee. Our Refund Guarantee states that if an event is canceled or deemed unfit for fans to attend, TicketIQ will refund ticket buyers in as soon as 15 days. That means that you can buy from TicketIQ worry-free. Customers on TicketIQ save between 15%-25% compared to other secondary market ticketing sites.
Arizona Cardinals 2021 Attendance PolicyInformation regarding the Arizona Cardinals updated 2021 attendance policy and potential capacity limits has not been released. However, it was also reported recently that 30 of the 32 NFL teams already have approval for full capacity at stadiums at the start of the 2021 preseason. The Denver Broncos and Indianapolis Colts have yet to get approval, but both teams are reportedly "on track".
Arizona Cardinals 2021 Opponents
Home: Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, Carolina Panthers, Green Bay Packers, Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, Minnesota Vikings.
Away: Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, Chicago Bears, Cleveland Browns, Dallas Cowboys, Detroit Lions, Jacksonville Jaguars, Tennessee Titans.Week 1 - @ Tennessee Titans, 10 am (Sep 12, 2021)
Week 2 - v Minnesota Vikings, 1:05 pm (Sep 19, 2021)
Week 3 - @ Jacksonville Jaguars, 10 am (Sep 26, 2021)
Week 4 - @ Los Angeles Rams, 1:05 pm (Oct 3, 2021)
Week 5 - v San Francisco 49ers, 1:25 pm (Oct 10, 2021)
Week 6 - @ Cleveland Browns, 1:05 pm (Oct 17, 2021)
Week 7 - v Houston Texans, 1:25 pm (Oct 24, 2021)
Week 8 - v Green Bay Packers, 5:20 pm Thursday Night Football (Oct 28, 2021)
Week 9 - @ San Francisco 49ers, 2:25 pm (Nov 7, 2021)
Week 10 - v Carolina Panthers, 2:05 pm (Nov 14, 2021)
Week 11 - @ Seattle Seahawks, 2:25 pm (Nov 21, 2021)
Week 12 - Bye week
Week 13 - @ Chicago Bears, 11am (Dec 5, 2021)
Week 14 - v Los Angeles Rams, 6:15pm Monday Night Football (Dec 13, 2021)
Week 15 - @ Detroit Lions, 11am (Dec 19, 2021)
Week 16 - Indianapolis Colts, 6:15pm (Dec 25, 2021)
Week 17 - @ Dallas Cowboys, 11am (Jan 2, 2022)
Week 18 - v Seattle Seahawks, 2:25pm (Jan 9, 2022)
Arizona Cardinals 2021 Season Tickets
Fans interested in season tickets to the Cardinals can join the Season Ticket Priority List, which gives them the opportunity to choose season tickets ahead of the general public. The sooner you join the list, the better your seat selection opportunity will be. Season-ticket holders get merchandise discounts, access to game-day parking, and invitations to special events.
Season tickets for 2020 will start at $450 for seats in the Terrace End Zone and go up to $1,400 on the Main Level at the 50-yard line. Prices for Club Seats are available by contacting the team.
Arizona Cardinals Club Seating and Premium Options
Club Seats are located on the 200 Level on the sidelines and on the corners. Prices vary depending on the location of the seat and access. All Club ticket holders get private Club entrances, early entry to the stadium, happy hours before and after the game, and wider, cushier seats. There are also private Lofts and Field Boxes available for single games or as season tickets.
Below is a look at the Clubs available:
50-Yard-Line Lounges: Recently remodeled, the 50-Yard Line Clubs have a 49-foot video wall and a 64-foot long service bar in an updated setting that includes a “unique fabric ceiling,” according to the team website.
Flight Lounge: The Cardinals’ newest club, the Flight Lounge features a different brand of wine weekly, and the setting is intimate.
Bubble Lounge: A new space at State Farm Stadium, this Club is overlooking the 50-Yard Line Lounge on the west side of the stadium, and ticket holders can get a pregame brunch and select from an a la carte menu during the second quarter. The space has high-end finishes from a stunning chandelier to stone bars.
State Farm Stadium Health and Safety Protocols
TICKETS & PARKING
All tickets are paperless to allow touches scanning from a mobile device
Parking is digital and can be accessed from mobile devices allowing for quick scanning into carparks.
GENERAL GAME DAY EXPERIENCE
GENERAL FAN SAFETY
- All fans and team members are required to wear a face-covering at all times unless they are actively eating or drinking in their seats.
- 100% cashless experience.
- Social distancing markers on the floor for line queuing with safety barriers at each Point of Sale.
- Pre and Post-event area sanitization standards following Maricopa County Environmental Services Department regulations.
- Elimination of condiment dispensers.
- Implementation of stadium VenueShield program that incorporates industry best practices designed to provide the highest level of cleanliness and safety.
- Enhanced cleaning protocols throughout the stadium.
- Attendants in all restrooms to assist with continuous cleaning
- 100% cashless experience
- Limit number of fans allowed within team stores to facilitate distancing.
- Fans will bag their own items.
- Parking passes are paperless to allow touchless scanning from mobile devices at entry points.
For additional information, visit the Cardinals website.
Arizona Cardinals Mobile Ticketing
The Cardinals now have the Arizona Cardinals App, which allows fans to gain digital entry into State Farm Stadium, as well as buy, sell or transfer tickets. Fans can also get up-to-date info about the team, watch press conferences or check out an interactive map of State Farm Stadium. The app is available via the App Store and Google Play.
How Much Are 2020 Arizona Cardinals Tickets
A ticket to see the Arizona Cardinals is up more than 108% over last season, but remains one of the cheapest in the NFL. The $231 average asking on the secondary market price ranks No. 28 in the NFL. The cheapest ticket is $142 to see the Detroit Lions and the priciest is $1,089 to see the Raiders for their first season in Las Vegas.
TicketIQ is committed to the cheapest tickets possible, and we make much less on sold out tickets compared to other major marketplaces like StubHub and Vivid. That means ticket buyers save from up to 25% on TicketIQ on sports, music and theater. We're able to do this because we also work with teams, venues, and other ticket owners, to help them sell tickets at face price, directly to consumers like you, through Ticketmaster and Seatgeek. For an overview of the 2020 NFL Ticket Buying landscape, and details on the cheapest way to get tickets for every team, visit the TicketIQ Blog.
How Much Are 2019 Arizona Cardinals Tickets
The cheapest tickets on the primary market start at $44 for the Lions, Panthers, Falcons, 49ers and Rams games. The cheapest ticket jumps to $62 for the Browns and Seahawks games, and $109 for the Steelers game, which is also the priciest game on the secondary market.
On the secondary market, two games are available via TicketIQ for $99 or less, and only the Steelers game will cost fans more than $200. The cheapest ticket for any Cardinals home game is $26 vs. Carolina on September 22.
Overall, the average asking price for a Cardinals ticket is $111 on the secondary market, making it the fifth cheapest in the NFL, and a great chance for fans to get into a game for a reasonable price. The New England Patriots are commanding a league-high $777 average asking price for a seat at a home game.
Demand for Cardinals tickets has been on the decline since 2016, when the average asking price was $180, the highest of the decade. That spike followed the Cardinals’ last appearance in the NFC Championship. Arizona was 3-13 in 2018.
Prices For All Cardinals Home Games on the 2019 Schedule
September 8 vs. Detroit Lions
Secondary market average asking price: $105
Secondary market cheapest ticket: $32
After winning seven consecutive, the Cardinals have lost the last two to the Lions, who are playing at Arizona for the second consecutive season. The $105 average asking price is tied with the December 1 Rams date as the third cheapest on the secondary market. The Lions won last year’s meeting, 17-3.
September 22 vs. Carolina Panthers
Secondary market average asking price: $96
Secondary market cheapest ticket: $26
This game is the cheapest on the secondary market, giving Arizona fans one of two opportunities to get into State Farm Stadium for less than $100. The Cardinals and Panthers have played only 16 times, and the Panthers knocked the Cardinals out of the postseason in the NFC Championship in 2016 and previously in a 2015 Wild-Card game. The Cardinals won a 2009 Divisional Playoff game. The teams last met in 2016, when the Panthers beat the Cardinals, 30-20, on October 30, 2016.
September 29 vs. Seattle Seahawks
Secondary market average asking price: $138
Secondary market cheapest ticket: $40
This game marks the first home meeting against an NFC West rival and is the third most expensive on the secondary market. There’s plenty of parity in this rivalry – the Seahawks hold a 20-19-1 all-time series advantage, and won both games last season.
October 13 vs. Atlanta Falcons
Secondary market average asking price: $99
Secondary market cheapest ticket: $28
One of two home games with a secondary market average asking price of less than $100, the Falcons and Cardinals have been playing on and off since the Cardinals’ St. Louis days. Atlanta has dominated of late, winning the last three, including a 40-14 victory at Atlanta last season. The Cardinals lead the all-time series, 16-15. This meeting will be the Falcons first trip to Arizona since 2013.
October 31 vs. San Francisco 49ers
Secondary market average asking price: $108
Secondary market cheapest ticket: $32
As NFC West rivals, these teams play twice a year, and this is the first of 2019’s two meetings. play The Cardinals have dominated of late, winning the last eight consecutive. This game is the fourth most expensive on the secondary market and one of four that will cost fans $100 or more.
December 1 vs. Los Angeles Rams
Secondary market average asking price: $105
Secondary market cheapest ticket: $29
This is an odd pairing in that both teams trace their roots to St. Louis and the teams have been playing since 1937. Since the Rams moved back to Los Angeles ahead of the 2016 season, the teams have played twice a season, and the Rams have won five of those six. Overall, the Rams have a 41-38-2 all-time series record. This game is tied with the Lions game as the third cheapest at home.
December 8 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
Secondary market average asking price: $274
Secondary market cheapest ticket: $100
These teams last met in 2015, and though they now play only every few years, there’s still an intensity to the games – especially after the Steelers beat the Cardinals to win Super Bowl XLIII in 2009. That victory marked the first of three consecutive for Pittsburgh, which hasn’t visited Arizona since 2011. With all that in mind, it should be no surprise that this is the priciest home game on the secondary market.
December 15 vs. Cleveland Browns
Secondary market average asking price: $182
Secondary market cheapest ticket: $59
The second most expensive game on the secondary market, the Cardinals and Browns haven’t played since 2015, and the Cardinals have won the last three, including a 34-20 victory in 2015. The Browns lead the all-time series, though, 33-14-3. Cleveland last visited Arizona in 2011.
TicketIQ is committed to the cheapest tickets possible, and we make much less on sold out tickets compared to other major marketplaces like StubHub and Vivid. That means ticket buyers save from up to 25% on TicketIQ on sports, music and theater. We're able to do this because we also work with teams, venues, and other ticket owners, to help them sell tickets at face price, directly to consumers like you, through Ticketmaster and Paciolan. For an overview of the 2019 NFL Ticket Buying landscape, and details on the cheapest way to get tickets for every team, visit the TicketIQ Blog.