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How To Find The Cheapest New England Patriots Tickets + Face Value Options
New England Patriots 2020 Attendance Policy
UPDATE: On August 20th it was announced that there would be no fans allowed at Gillette Stadium through September. In the announcement they also stated that they "will continue its preparations to safely host fans later this fall and will rely on guidance from the Massachusetts Reopening Advisory Board and our team of independent experts."Read More →
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2020 & Potential Coronavirus Impact on Secondary Market
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How To Find The Cheapest Patriots Playoff Tickets + Face Value Options
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How To Find The Cheapest Patriots Vs. Bills Tickets on 12/21/19
How Much Are Patriots vs. Bills Tickets at Gillette Stadium on 12/21/19
With 1st place in the AFC East on the line, demand for this game is high and primary market tickets to the Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots game on Saturday at Gillette Stadium are sold out. Fans wanting to get into the game should visit the secondary market.
Secondary ticket marketplace TicketIQ has seats available on all levels, starting at $205 for seats in Upper 307, Row 21 above the 20-yard line for $205. There are also Club Seats in nearly all Club Sections on both sides of the field starting at $668 in Section Club CL 35 above the 10-yard line on the Buffalo side with the TicketIQ LowPrice Guarantee. The Club Seats closest to the field remaining are in the same section in Row 1 for $751, but do not come with the Guarantee. Club tickets include lounge access, cushier seats, and other amenities. Among the other options, still available are 50-yard line seats in Section Lower 132, Row 1 behind the Buffalo bench, and these seats range in price from $908-$1,307.
Despite the importance of the game, this is the third-cheapest game at Gillette Stadium this season, however, tickets price are up 30% over the last few weeks.
How To Find The Cheapest Patriots Vs. Chiefs Tickets on 12/8/19
How Much Are Patriots vs. Chiefs Tickets at Gillette Stadium on 12/8/19
Primary market tickets to Sunday’s Kansas City Chiefs at New England Patriots game are sold out on the primary market. The game features the AFC West leaders against the AFC East leaders.
Fans will have to shop the secondary market to get a seat, and TicketIQ has plenty of availability, starting with seats in Upper 304 at the corner for $236. A handful of Club Sections still have availability, including CL 12, Row 13 at the 20-yard line on the Patriots side for $1,375 or CL 32, Row 5 at the 50-yard line on the Chiefs side for $1,743. Club Seats are wider and plusher than regular seats and ticket holders can enjoy private entrances, HDTVs and video monitors in the lounges, and upscale food-and-beverage options. Among the other options are field-level end-zone seats starting at $368 in Lower 142, Row 14 or field-level 50-yard line seats in Lower 132, Row 9 behind the Chiefs bench for $703.
Gillette Stadium Seating Charts + Rows, Seat Numbers and Club Seats
For sold out seats and events, TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on all events at Gillette Stadium for New England Patriots as well as Concerts. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid Seats, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save up to 25% compared to other secondary sites. TicketIQ also provides access to unsold face-value tickets for all events at Gillette Stadium via Ticketmaster.Read More →
How To Find The Cheapest Patriots Vs. Cowboys Tickets
How Much Are Patriots vs. Cowboys Tickets at Gillette Stadium on 11/24/19
Single-game tickets on the primary market for Sunday’s Dallas Cowboys at New England Patriots game are sold out, meaning that fans should visit the secondary market if they want a seat inside Gillette Stadium.
TicketIQ shows seats available on every level of Gillette Stadium, though Club Seating is sold out. The cheapest seat is $355 in Upper 340, the last section on the corner on the top level. Mezzanine seats on the 200 Level can be had for $532 in Sections 203, 217, and 240 while end zone seats start at $562 in Lower 142. The seats closest to the action near the 50-yard line still available are $1,266 in Row 5, Lower 132 between the 40- and 50-yard lines behind the Cowboys bench. These seats come with the TicketIQ LowPrice Guarantee. Below is a screenshot showing secondary market inventory and get-in price by zone on TicketIQ.
How To Find The Cheapest Bills Vs. Patriots Tickets In 2019
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