Where To Buy 2020 Arizona Cardinals Tickets
Arizona Cardinals tickets are available for sale on the secondary market as of the 2020 NFL schedule release.
As of Thursday morning, the cheapest ticket for Super Bowl LIV is just over $5,000, and the average price is now right around $8,300, which is the most expensive average on the Wednesday before the game in 10 years. At this pace, the first-ever $10,000 average on game-day is more likely than not.
The Minnesota Vikings have never won a Super Bowl. They’ve reached the playoffs 28 times — most recently in 2015 — but haven’t gotten past the wild-card round since 2009. So it’s probably no wonder that at 10-2, enthusiasm around the Vikings tickets is pushing prices to a near-record high.
San Diego fans were bitter when the Chargers headed north earlier this year. Fans burned team gear and vowed never to support the team again. But mere months later, the Chargers are experiencing a renaissance. In ticket prices, anyway.
The Philadelphia Eagles, leaders of the NFC East, are one of four teams in the NFL to enter this weekend with a 10-2 record. And Eagles’ fans are feeling the pinch. A ticket to see Philadelphia play this season is averaging $332, according to TicketIQ.com data. For comparison, that number is nearly double what it cost to see the Eagles play in 2013 and $79 more than it cost last season.
With the NFL Schedule release upon us and the NFL Draft being conducted later this week, many say football season is underway.
The NFL regular season has officially ended. With that, the NFL Playoffs are set to begin. The Carolina Panthers, Arizona Cardinals, Denver Broncos and New England Patriots were awarded with first round byes while the other eight teams participating in the playoffs will take the field on Wild Card Weekend. Three of the matchups -- Kansas City Chiefs at Houston Texans, Pittsburgh Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals and Seattle Seahawks at Minnesota Vikings -- will be rematches of regular season games, all with the same home team. A meeting between the Green Bay Packers and Washington Redskins at FedExField will be the only unique matchup of the weekend. Both AFC games will take place on Saturday, while the two NFC matchups will be played on Sunday.
Since Andrew Luck came into the league in 2012, there hasn’t been much competition for him or the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC South. Luck has been far and away the best quarterback in the division since his rookie year, and while that will still be the case, the Tennessee Titans have come the closest to a challenge after drafting Marcus Mariota in 2015. Mariota had a historic debut game, and while he might not yet be on the level of Luck, future Colts-Titans will certainly be more entertaining with the presence of these two young quarterbacks leading the teams.