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The Falcons average ticket price for regular season NFL games has remained relatively consistent over the last six seasons. The largest increase came during the 2012 season with an increase of 82% moving from a $15 average ticket price to $82 average ticket price. Average Falcons ticket prices from 2012 to 2015 have stayed in the $80 range with the largest increase of 2% within that time period. The average ticket price for Atlanta Falcons regular season NFL tickets for 2016 is currently at $80, which is 5% lower than the 2015 season.

Atlanta Falcons Regular Season Average Ticket Prices

(Data updated 11/2/2016)

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2017 Falcons Season Preview

The Atlanta Falcons are looking to improve on their 2015 season. The last season started strong for the Falcons as the team started by going 5-0, however they ended the season with a record of 8-8 and finished second in the NFC South. The 2016 season will be the 52nd year of the Atlanta Falcons football organization and the second season with Dan Quinn as head coach. Matt Ryan continues to lead the team offensively while the ATL Falcons hope their 2016 first round NFL draft pick, Keanu Neal will help boost their defense. The Falcons roster is also strengthened by star wide receiver Julio Jones, who ended the 2015 NFL season with 1,871 receiving yards, the second-highest in NFL history. The 2016 Atlanta Falcons Schedule is set and the season looks to be promising. TicketCity is the place to go for Atlanta Falcons tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Falcons at the Georgia Dome, or supporting Atlanta on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Atlanta Falcons tickets, including home and away games.

Atlanta Falcons Football at the Georgia Dome

Address: 1 Georgia Dome Dr NW, Atlanta, Georgia, 30313

The Falcons play their home games at the Georgia Dome, located in Atlanta, Georgia. The domed stadium creates an intimidating environment for opponents playing in front of more than 71 thousand screaming Falcon fans. Get to the Georgia Dome early on game day and visit the State Farm Falcons Landing, where fans of all ages can play games, win giveaways, and see performances from the Falcons’ cheerleaders, a DJ and the Atlanta Falcons Drumline. TicketCity is the best place to buy tickets for all Atlanta Falcons football games. The Atlanta Falcons home bench is on the Georgia Dome sideline with sections 111-120. Georgia Dome parking information is covered in our Falcons event guide.

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Atlanta Falcons Rivals

This rivalry has often times been referred to as the “Southern Showdown” and is the oldest and most established rivalry in the division. With 9+ division titles between the two teams, the stakes are at its highest when they play against each other. The fan bases consider this matchup the most hated and intense of all the other opponents they play and with two games a year, this rivalry will only continue to grow.

This rivalry is based off the results on the field and not because they are division foes or play in the same state. With multiple playoff matchups and numerous close games over the years dating back to their first game in 1966, this rivalry has become as an intense as any division matchup.

This rivalry, also known as the “I-85 Rivalry” because both cities are only separated by five hours on Interstate 85, has become one of the better division rivalries in the NFL since their first matchup in 1995. They may not have played in as many contests as some of the historical rivalries, but with more than 6 division titles between the two teams, this rivalry only continues to get better.

The Falcons vs. Buccaneers rivalry is one of the more heated rivalries in the NFL, the aggressive play of the Falcons vs. Buccaneers usually lasts after the whistle has been blown. These two teams have combined for over 2,000 yards in penalties during the 10+ years the NFC South has been in existence. The most memorable game that demonstrates the brutality of this series came in 2003 when the Bucs racked up 17 penalties.

Falcons in the Super Bowl, NFC Championship and NFL Playoffs

With an NFC Championship, multiple division titles and 10+ playoff appearances, the Falcons continue to build a resume that puts them in the conversation as one of the better organizations in the NFL. The recent success in Atlanta has only added to the talk that the Falcons are of the top franchises in football.

Atlanta Falcons Event Guide

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Where is the best place to park at the Georgia Dome?

The majority of parking at the Georgia Dome is condensed to one area. On the southeast corner of the stadium are three large parking lots. Just to the south of Ga. Dome Drive is the Orange Lot, which extends all the way to Martin Luther King Jr. Drive. Next to the Orange lot on the other side of Mangum Street is the Brown Lot, which also extends to Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and Centennial Olympic Park. Slightly north of the Brown Lot is the Red Deck, which sits in-between the Georgia Dome and Phillips Arena on Andrew Young International Boulevard. There is another small parking deck immediately to the north of the arena that usually fills up quickly. If you are not afraid of a little walk there are two parking lots a few blocks away at the corner of Ivan Allen Jr. Boulevard and Northside Drive.

How can I buy cheap Atlanta Falcons tickets?

TicketCity offers a big selection of Atlanta Falcons tickets which include some of the lowest priced seats on the market. Falcons tickets fluctuate based on demand and opponent. Marquee NFC opponents, like the Washington Redskins, Dallas Cowboys and Green Bay Packers, can drive up home game prices. While cheap tickets are more plentiful for, non-conference or non-divisional opponents. Those games may offer best opportunity to purchase Atlanta Falcons tickets near face value.

What time do the gates open prior to a Falcons game?

Gates at the Georgia Dome open 90 minutes before kickoff.

Where can I find the 2017-2018 Atlanta Falcons football schedule?

The Falcons 2017-2018 football schedule is listed as soon as it is announced by the NFL. The Falcons plays in the NFC South, which means games against the Carolina Panthers, New Orleans Saints and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Game times are announced by the NFL as soon as the TV schedule is set. Atlanta Falcons home opener is typically one of the most popular games. If you are looking for Falcons news or scores, then visit our partners at CBS Sports. They are also a good source for the official Atlanta Falcons team roster.

Where are good places to eat before a Falcons game?

Atlanta is known for having unbelievable southern dining. Of the dozens of great southern food restaurants we like Sweet Georgia’s Juke Joint, Mary Mac’s Tea Room, and South City Kitchen. Barbeque fans should try Daddy D’z BBQ Joint, Smoke ring, or Lowiq Barbq. The Drafting Table Pub, Midtown Tavern, and Porkman’s Table are three fun gastropubs that have great menus. For a more upscale dining experience check out Morton’s The Steakhouse, Bacchanalia, or Empire State South. Lunacy Black Market is a trendier option that has an unbelievable menu, a fun atmosphere, and is overall a unique dining experience. Other good places in the area are Ted’s Montana Grill, Alma Cocina, and Bottle Rocket.

Does my child need a ticket to attend an Atlanta Falcons game?

If your child is less than 33 inches tall they will be allowed to enter the Georgia Dome without a ticket, but must sit on a guardians lap for the duration of the game.

Can I buy Atlanta Falcons season tickets?

Atlanta Falcons season tickets are available to buy until kickoff of their home opener. Check our listings above or call us if you would like to purchase Atlanta Falcons season tickets. Let us know if you want a particular section at the Georgia dome.

What is a unique experience at an Atlanta Falcons game?

Falcon Landing is an NFL theme park with interactive games, live music, food, drink and autograph sessions. It is located on the International Plaza. This is located between Philips arena and the Georgia Dome. Entertainment changes weekly and it is completely FREE.

Atlanta Falcons Preview History

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2015 Atlanta Falcons Season Preview

The Atlanta Falcons struggles continued in 2014, with the team losing 6 of their first 8 games. The dynamic receiving duo of Julio Jones and Roddy White saw their chances diminished due to the terrible play of the Falcons defense. The Falcons drafted 4 defensive players in the 2015 NFL Draft to try and sure up their defense. First and second round picks Vic Beasley and Jalen Collins are expected to get playing time immediately and should help keep the ball in Matt Ryan’s hands. Despite finishing 6-10 last season, the Falcons were only 1 game out of 1st place in a weak NFC South. The 2015 Atlanta Falcons should continue to be one of the most talented offensive teams in the NFC and if the defense can take a step in the right direction, could be in contention for a trip to the playoffs.

2014 Atlanta Falcons Season Preview

The Falcons problems last season are well documented. A slew of injuries brought down a team that looked like they could be headed for a Super Bowl, and without his weapons Matt Ryan had the worst season of his career. The team has added some help on the offensive line, including OT Jake Matthews from Texas A&M in the first round of the draft. While Tony Gonzalez is no longer on the team, the Falcons did add Devin Hester to look for a few more big plays in the special teams. With Roddy White and Julio Jones back and healthy, the Falcons could be a factor against the Panthers in the AFC South once again. The Falcons will host the Saints in Week 1 at the Georgia Dome, but some of the other big games to look forward to are vs. Bears in Week 6, at Carolina in Week 11 and at Green Bay in Week 14. The possibilities for this Falcons team are endless when everyone is healthy.

2013 Atlanta Falcons Season Preview

The 2013 Atlanta Falcons made significant changes on both sides of the football this offseason to try to ensure another run to the playoffs. Veteran running back Michael Turner was released and replaced by long time St. Louis Ram Steven Jackson. Also on the offensive side of the football, the Falcons managed to convince future Hall of Fame tight end Tony Gonzalez to forgo retirement and play one more season in the NFL. Defensively, Atlanta added defensive end Osi Umenyiora to provide a pass-rushing presence. Through the NFL Draft the Falcons revamped their secondary by selecting corner backs in each of the first two rounds—Desmond Trufant from Washington in the first round and Robert Alford from Southeastern Louisiana in the second. With a youth injection in the secondary and established veterans on both sides of the ball, the Falcons should find themselves back in the playoffs this season.

2011 Atlanta Falcons Season Preview

Despite an early exit in the playoffs last season, the Atlanta Falcons were one of the most exciting teams to watch. Led by one of the best young quarterbacks in the league, Matt Ryan, and with a powerful running game that can compete with any team in the league, it would not be surprising to see the Falcons back in the chase to win the NFC in 2011. Last season Ryan had one of the best seasons in the league. He was helped a lot by the prolific production of receiver Roddy White, who provided him with an especially reliable target. Tight end Tony Gonzalez is also a significant weapon, and is among the best tight ends ever to play the game. The Falcons will also have a solid running game in 2011 thanks in large part to the production of running back Michael Turner. The defense let the Falcons down at times last season, including an embarrassing 48-21 loss to eventual Super Bowl champion Packers. Despite their faults, the defense does feature a long list of talented players including defensive end John Abraham and cornerback Dunta Robinson.

2010 Atlanta Falcons Season Preview

The Atlanta Falcons surprised some people two years ago by riding then-rookie quarterback Matt Ryan to a playoff berth. After a sophomore slump for Ryan that saw the Falcons missing out on the playoffs last year, many people are picking the Falcons to have a successful 2010. Although Ryan has the skills to make plays when necessary, his performance will not be what the Falcons are relying on offensively. Running back Michael Turner is one of the best in the league at his position. The Northern Illinios alum is poised to have a good year after an injury-shortened 2009 that saw him rush for only 871 yards and 10 touchdowns. Ryan also has the added benefit of having several great targets to throw to including tight end Tony Gonzalez and wide receiver Roddy White. The Falcons defense struggled to defend the pass, as they ranked 28th in the league in pass defense. The secondary, which is anchored by cornerback Dunta Robinson and safety Thomas DeCoud, will have to improve if Atlanta is to live up to expectations. Veteran defensive end John Abraham leads a solid defensive line, and middle linebacker Curtis Lofton returns after leading the team with 133 tackles in 2009.

2009 Atlanta Falcons Season Preview

The Atlanta Falcons head into 2009 with a huge head of steam off their magnificent 2008 campaign. The Falcons came out of nowhere to shock the league with an 11-5 record. Much of the Falcons rebirth has been attributed to the play of then-rookie QB Matt Ryan. Ryan, the Boston College grad, looked like a veteran signal caller in 2008; he'll need to repeat that in 2009 for the Falcons to make some noise. The good news for Atlanta is that Ryan is not the only star on the offensive side of the ball; Atlanta has a dynamic duo at running back with Michael Turner and Jerious Norwood. ATL fans also have to love the promise that wide receiver Roddy White showed in '08, White is looking like a star waiting to happen. The Falcons defense should give some headaches to teams coming into the Georgia Dome. Led by sack master John Abraham, the Falcons defense will be a solid group. Coach Mike Smith's team will not sneak up on any other NFL teams in 2009, but they will not need to because they are a good football team.

2008 Atlanta Falcons Season Preview

The Atlanta Falcons are one of the most unpredictable teams to watch in the NFL this coming season. With the loss of franchise quarterback Michael Vick, who pled guilty to dog fighting charges, and a dismal 2007 season as a result, the Falcons will look to rookie Matt Ryan or placeholder Chris Redman to give the team some offensive morale. Considering the high hopes for the 2007 team with Vick, one would think that one of these two quarterbacks could propel Atlanta into a legitimate playoff contender this year or the next. However, some changes are necessary in the Falcon's defensive strategy to make sure all efforts to shut them out are quelled at the source. The development of this team will be exciting to watch, and Falcons fans will flock to the Georgia Dome to find out what lies in store for the team.

Atlanta Falcons News

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Atlanta Falcons News - 12/22/2016

Matt Ryan, Julio Jones, Vic Beasley Jr., Devonta Freeman, Alex Mack and Matt Bryan have all been selected to play in the 2017 Pro Bowl.

Atlanta Falcons News - 12/9/2016

Falcons star wide receiver Julio Jones has missed practice this week due to a minor toe injury, however he is most likely to play in this week’s game against the Rams.

Atlanta Falcons News - 11/25/2016

Wide receiver Julio Jones was limited in Wednesday’s practice with a shoulder injury, however he returned to full practice on Thursday and is expected to play in Sunday’s game against the Cardinals.

Atlanta Falcons News - 11/18/2016

Despite losing against the Philadelphia Eagles in their last game, the Falcons are still leading in the NFC South and have a very strong chance of making the playoffs.

Atlanta Falcons News - 11/4/2016

The Atlanta Falcons continue to lead the teams in the NFC South. Their victory against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers now puts their record at 6-3.

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