The Tennessee Titans have clinched the AFC South and the No. 4 seed will host the Baltimore Ravens in the wild card round on January 10th. The Titans are allowing up to 10,300 fans to attend the game. This will be the first time the Titans have hosted a playoff game since 2008.
Where To Buy 2021 Titans Playoff Tickets
Primary market tickets are sold out.
On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Fee-Free tickets for all Titans playoff games, all NFL playoff games with fans, and Super Bowl LV. Our tickets also includes a Refund Guarantee that states that if an event is canceled or deem 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.
How Much Are 2021 Titans Playoff Tickets
With reduced capacity, inventory for the game is very low. Currently there are just under 300 tickets available on the secondary market. The current average secondary market list price is $656, with a get-in price of $315
300 level seats range from $315 to $1758. 200 level seats start at just under $800 and go as high as $3,529. Prices on the 100 level start at $557 in the end zone, $598 in the corners, and $797 on the sidelines. The most expensive seats are lower level sideline seats at midfield and those are currently priced at $3,522 per ticket.
Below is an infographic showing how this year's wild card round games compare to last season's.
Tennessee Titans 2020 Attendance Policy
On August 18th the Titans announced that they would not be allowing fans at Nissan Stadium for at least games in September. It was also stated that the team has been working with local health experts "to build the Titans Safe Stadium plan to provide the safest experience for fans attending games should local authorities permit."
Where To Buy 2020 Tennessee Titans Tickets
Tennessee Titans tickets are available for sale on the secondary market as of the 2020 schedule release.
Potential Covid-19 Impact On 2020 NFL Schedule
While the schedule release is a much-needed dose of exciting news for all football fans, there are some major questions marks heading into the 2020 season due to the Coronavirus pandemic. While teams know what teams they'll play, that's about all they know. Whether or not the games happen and if fans are able to attend will depend on how the virus is managed over the next 2-3 months. The league has already canceled all of its International Series games, and the league is rightly considering all possible scenarios.
Based on the varying levels of infection in each NFL city and state, it's possible that some teams may be able to host fans at a reduced capacity while others may not. The Dolphins announced a preliminary plan last week, with a 25% of capacity goal. Based on the below NFL Covid-19 Safety Index, the Dolphins fall within the low-risk category, just barely.
To create the Safety Index, we compared the active cases in each city or state to the national average and then discounted that product by Rt. Rt is a measure of how fast the virus is spreading in each city and state, most easily tracked through Rt.live.
How Much Are 2020 Tennessee Titans Tickets
On the primary market, the Titans single-game ticket website page includes Ticketmaster links to each game, and tickets start at $42 at Nissan Stadium. The cheapest seats are upper-level tickets on December 20 against the Detroit Lions. The get-in price for this contest on the secondary market is $170.
TicketIQ has seats available for all Tennessee Titans home games. The average ticket price on TicketIQ is $277, which ranks among the lowest in the NFL. However, the secondary market price for Titans tickets has increased 55 percent since last year.
Titans Season Tickets & Mini Plan Options
On the primary market, season tickets are available, and fans can place a $100 deposit to get the process started. Tickets start at as low as $408 for the season.
Fans should bring their season ticket card to each game for entry into the stadium. Fans also get discounted food and non-alcoholic beverages with their season ticket card. Season ticket Club Members also get pre-sale access as well as exclusive events, such as the NFL Draft Party, TitanUp Flag Ceremony, Training Camp VIP Night, and Family Movie Night.
The Titans offer the 2020 Fireball Fast Pass mini plan. The mobile-only ticket plan is a cost of $30 per game. The limit is four Fast Passes per person, and these tickets are non-transferable and cannot be re-sold. The upper-level tickets, which are different for each game, will be placed in each fan’s online account 48 hours prior to kickoff.
The Titans also accommodate groups, and each group can place a $250 group deposit.
Nissan Stadium Club Options
Nissan Stadium has the following premium seating ticket options: Club Seats, Luxury Suites, and Party Suites.
Club Seats are climate-controlled and include a lounge that has new high-definition television walls. The Club Seats are larger than the regular Nissan Stadium seats, and the midfield Club Seats have padded cushions as well. Club Seat holders can enter the stadium two hours before kickoff through a special entrance and enjoy live pregame music. Club Seat Members also have the option to purchase reserved parking in the VIP lots.
The Luxury Suites have multiple purchase options. Fans can purchase two to 22 seats for a single-game suite or can purchase a full-season suite. The suites include VIP parking passes, catering, in-seat food and beverage service, and complimentary gameday programs.
There is also the Party Suite option, which can accommodate either 48 or 96 people. Party Suites start at $9,000 per game. Fans get to experience extra-wide seating, complimentary game programs, high-definition televisions, and the NFL DirecTV package for all NFL games. There are three Party Suites in the stadium, and they sell out quickly.
Titans Mobile Ticketing Policy
To manage your Titans tickets, the team has a mobile app available on the App Store and Google Play. The app is also used for mobile entry into the venue. Similar to the Fireball Fast Pass, the Titans require ticket holders to use mobile tickets to enter Nissan Stadium, and it is suggested to add the ticket to your phone’s mobile wallet to avoid slow WIFI or cellular signal while entering the stadium.
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.
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
September 15 vs. Indianapolis Colts
- 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.
October 6 vs. Buffalo Bills
- 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.
October 20 vs. Los Angeles Chargers
- 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.
October 27 vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- 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.
November 10 vs. Kansas City Chiefs
- 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.
November 24 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
- 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.
December 15 vs. Houston Texans
- 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.
December 22 vs. New Orleans Saints
- 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.
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.