Arizona Cardinals season ticket prices will not increase in 2018
PHOENIX — The Arizona Cardinals will not be raising their season ticket prices in 2018, according to Phoenix Business Journal.
Season ticket prices will range between $450 to $1,400 for eight regular season and two preseason games.
The terrace location seats will range between $450 and $775, while the Ring of Honor location will cost you anywhere from $825 to $1,150 and the main level will run fans between $800 and $1,400.
The only difference in ticket price is the annual 25-cent increase to the Facility Use Fee. This season, the fee going toward the Arizona Sports and Tourism Authority’s stadium and site finance package will be $7.25.
Vice President of Media Relations Mark Dalton told Phoenix Business Journal the team has no control over the fee.
In addition to the Cardinals, Phoenix Business Journal noted that the Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco 49ers and Cleveland Browns ticket prices will not increase in 2018.
The Cardinals 2018 home schedule will feature games against the Chicago Bears, Denver Broncos, Detroit Lions, Rams, Oakland Raiders, 49ers, Seattle Seahawks and Washington Redskins.
Single game tickets
According to TicketCity, the average price has wildly fluctuated over the past three years. In 2015, it was about $84, but it rose to $109 in 2016 after making the playoffs. It dropped back down in 2017 after the Cardinals went 7-8-1.
Last season, the Cardinals went 8-8.
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