Where To Buy 2019 Titans Tickets
On the secondary market TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on Titans tickets for all games on the 2019 schedule, in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all NFL tickets, which means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or SeatGeek, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save an average of 5%-20% compared to StubHub and SeatGeek.
How Much Are 2019 Titans Tickets
For the third consecutive year, the Titans finished with a 9-7 record. However, Tennessee made the playoffs in just one of those three years: 2017. Last season, the main reason for missing the playoffs was going 0-3 combined against the Indianapolis Colts and Baltimore Ravens.
Tickets for Titans home games on the secondary market are averaging $207, which is the 22nd most in the NFL. The average ticket price has increased 18% over one year and 57% over five years.
Ticket Prices For All Titans Home Games On The 2019 Schedule
- Secondary market average asking price: $222
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $64
Early in the season, the Titans will be looking for revenge after being blown out by the Colts twice last season. Tennessee will be hoping for results similar to 2017 when the Titans swept the series from Indianapolis. Unfortunately, recent history is on the Colts’ side: they have won 13 of the last 15 meetings against Tennessee.
- Secondary market average asking price: $278
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $59
The Titans take on the Bills for the second consecutive year. Last year at New Era Field in Orchard Park, New York, Marcus Mariota was unable to score a touchdown, as he went 14-for-26 for 129 yards in Tennessee’s 13-12 loss at Buffalo.
- Secondary market average asking price: $201
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $38
The Titans also face the Chargers for the second straight year. Just like with the meeting with the Bills in 2018, the Titans fell to the Chargers by one point. The 2018 meeting was played in London, and Philip Rivers went for 306 yards and two touchdowns in the victory. Dion Lewis led the Titans in rushing with 91 yards. Derrick Henry scored the only rushing touchdown in the 20-19 Titans loss.
- Secondary market average asking price: $201
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $33
The Titans have dominated the all-time series against the Buccaneers, and the most recent meeting came in 2015. Marcus Mariota had one of his highest-scoring performances on September 13, 2015 when the Titans scored five touchdowns, four which came from his arm, and won 42-14.
- Secondary market average asking price: $328
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $89
The most expensive game at Nissan Stadium this season is the contest against the best of the AFC West. The two teams last faced each other in the wild card round two postseasons ago. Mariota and Henry led the Titans to a 22-21 victory over Alex Smith and company. Nashville will get to see reigning NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes for the first time when the Chiefs head to Tennessee in November.
- Secondary market average asking price: $175
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $32
Surprisingly, the contest against the divisional rival Jaguars is the least expensive home contest for the Titans this season. The Titans have swept the season series each of the last two years. The most recent contest was a 30-9 blowout of Jacksonville at Nissan Stadium last December.
- Secondary market average asking price: $191
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $40
Although the Titans have not had that much success against the Texans over the past decade, Tennessee has won three of the last five meetings. The last contest between these two squads in Tennessee was won by Ryan Succop’s foot; he scored the last six points of the game. Succop, who agreed to a five-year contract extension with the Titans in 2018, is entering his sixth year with the team.
- Secondary market average asking price: $234
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $58
The explosive offensive unit from New Orleans heads to Tennessee for the Titans’ home season finale. When Tennessee last faced the Saints, Mariota won in New Orleans on a five-yard touchdown pass to Anthony Fasano, who last played with the Titans in 2016.
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Titans 2018 Ticket Market Overview:
The Tennessee Titans open at home Sunday against the Houston Texans, in a game that pits Houston's former team against its current team. Below is how Titans tickets prices stack up on the secondary market across the league. As you can see below, 2018 Tennessee Titans tickets are up about 15% compared to last season, and are the most expensive since 2011, when secondary ticket marketplace TicketIQ.com began tracking data. Tennessee is coming off its first post-season appearance since 2008. It finished last season 9-7, and second in the AFC South.
Where to Buy Tickets:
With a $213 average asking price on the secondary market, Titans tickets are ranked No. 15 in terms of price across the NFL. The New England Patriots are ranked No. 1, with a $501 average asking price. Titans season tickets can be purchased directly through the team, and fans can get priority to purchase playoff tickets as well as club-level parking along with their tickets. Single-game tickets are available on the primary market through Ticketmaster, for every home date except the November 11 New England Patriots game. On the primary market, all other games have a get-in price of $57 while on the secondary market, the get-in price ranges from $36-$195. Secondary ticket marketplace TicketIQ.com has great seats available in lower bowl for every game, though some upper-level sections for the biggest games are already sold out.
Prices For Each Game on 2018 Titans Schedule:
After being knocked out of the post season by the Patriots for the second time in 15 years, it's not surprising that the New England game is far and away the most expensive at Nissan Stadium. While the primary market is sold out, the average asking price to see New England is $502. The Titans will also host the defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles, and that September 30 game is the second most expensive in Nashville this season, with an average asking price of $412.