In 1994, Robert Kraft bought the New England Patriots for a then-record sum of $172 million. The purchase has definitely paid off for Kraft, as his team sold out every single home game since: 261 straight contests over the course of 24 seasons (including preseason, regular season and postseason).
Tickets for the Patriots’ home games have obviously been a hot commodity the last 20+ years. Of course, this holds true for the upcoming 2017 season as well – and the tickets for which will go on sale in two weeks.
As the team announced yesterday, a limited number of individual game tickets will be put on the market on Friday, July 14, 10:00 am ET:
The New England Patriots annually cap season ticket sales, leaving a limited number in reserve for Patriots fans who wish to purchase individual game tickets. All ticket orders will be processed exclusively through Ticketmaster. Tickets will NOT be sold at the Gillette Stadium Ticket Office. Ticket orders can be completed online at www.ticketmaster.com or by phone by calling 800-745-3000. Visa, a proud sponsor of the National Football League and the New England Patriots, will once again be the only form of payment accepted to purchase Patriots tickets. Purchases will be limited to four tickets per game. In recent years, all tickets to regular season games sold out within minutes.
Furthermore, the Patriots will once again use variable pricing for individual games. This means that, for example, tickets for the team’s preseason opener against the Jacksonville Jaguars will be cheaper than the Patriots’ home opener – including the unveiling of championship banner number five – or the Super Bowl rematch against the Atlanta Falcons.
The four categories are as follows; prices ultimately depend on the location of the seats purchased:
Make sure to be ready on July 14 for a chance to see the world champion New England Patriots live in 2017 – and to follow Pats Pulpit and patriots.com for further information and updates.