The Patriots average ticket price for regular season NFL games has fluctuated slightly over the last six seasons. Average Patriots ticket prices dipped in 2014 with prices at $180, an average decrease of 12% from the previous year, 2013, and the following year, 2015. The largest increase came during the 2012 season with an increase of 33% moving from a $140 average ticket price to a $208 average ticket price. The average ticket for New England Patriots regular season NFL tickets for 2016 is currently at $254, which is an all-time high within the previous seasons.
(Data updated 11/2/2016)
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2016 Patriots Season Preview
The 2016 New England Patriots schedule is set and once again the Patriots are expected to be one of the best teams in the league. The Patriots have made it to the playoffs 13 seasons out of the last 15 years. The four-time Super Bowl champions have clinched the AFC East for the past seven years and are looking to do the same in the 2016 season. The Patriots offense is carried by quarterback Tom Brady, as well as tight end Rob Gronkowski, and wide receivers Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola. The Patriots defense features defensive end Chris Long and defensive tackle Terrance Knighton. Cyrus Jones, the Patriots first round 2016 NFL draft pick joins the team as cornerback. TicketCity is the place to go for New England Patriots tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Patriots at Gillette Stadium, or supporting New England on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all New England Patriots tickets, including home and away games.
New England Patriots Football at Gillette Stadium Address: 1 Patriot Pl, Foxborough, Massachusetts, 02035
New England plays its home games in Gillette Stadium, located in Foxborough, Massachusetts. Gillette Stadium has a capacity of nearly 69 thousand screaming fans. Completed in 2002, Gillette Stadium is one of the newer venues in the NFL. Gillette Stadium features a 10-story lighthouse and a bridge to connect the stadium to Boston's rich history as a coastal city. The New England Patriots home bench is on the Gillette Stadium sideline with sections 105-114. Gillette Stadium parking information is covered in the Patriots event guide.
This rivalry took off in the early 2000's when Tom Brady and Peyton Manning entered their prime. Both teams have become two of the top franchises in the NFL and it is only natural for this matchup to be one of the league's best. With Super Bowl titles, numerous division titles, and countless playoff appearances between the two teams, the list of accolades seem to never stop. It is not surprising that this intense rivalry has a lot on the line when these two teams faceoff.
It does not matter the sport, Boston fans and New York fans never get along. With these two teams being in the same division and the fan base not liking each other, it is not a surprise that these two teams have become of the top rivalries in the NFL. With over 100 matchups that dates back to 1960, this intense rivalry doesn't appear to be slowing down anytime soon.
The Colts vs Ravens rivalry started before the Ravens even existed as the Colts played in Baltimore before moving in 1984. However, some would argue that the Colts Ravens rivalry wouldn’t actually start until the late 2007 when the Ravens lost to the Patriots 27-24. Then, in 2009 the Patriots beat the Ravens and things got heated between players. Since then, the Ravens vs Patriots games have been some of the most exciting ones to watch.
With over 100 meetings that dates back to 1960, the Patriots and Bills have combined for over 10+ Super Bowl appearances. The two games a year between the teams often have a lot on the line evident by the 19+ division titles between the two teams. These impressive numbers will only increase as the years go by. The Patriots vs. Bills game is one of the biggest events of the New England Patriots season. Make sure you don't miss out on this game by getting a great deal on New England Patriots tickets from TicketCity!
It is not a surprise that the two most successful franchises in the AFC East and the only two teams that have gone undefeated during the entire regular season since the 1970 merger would be rivals. With multiple Super Bowl titles and over 40 playoff appearances, the Patriots vs Dolphins rivalry show no signs of slowing down and is still very much alive.
Patriots in the Super Bowl, AFC Championship and the NFL Playoffs
In the last 15 years, there are the Patriots and then there is the rest of the NFL. With multiple Super Bowl titles, 4+ AFC Championship titles, and 9+ division titles, the Patriots have set themselves above the rest of the league. The Patriots have been around for over 50 years and have totaled more than 14 division titles and 18+ playoff appearances.
2015 New England Patriots Season Preview
The New England Patriots had a fairy tale season in 2014, winning the Super Bowl on an interception in the end zone. While the high from such an unforgettable Super Bowl finish may have yet to subside, the Patriots have retooled and are looking for the 5th title of the Brady era in 2015. The biggest hole that the Patriots will have to fill after last season will be at cornerback. The departure of Derrelle Revis, leaves the Patriots defense without possible the best player in the game at that position. To improve the defense for 2015, the Patriots drafted 7 defensive players, including defensive tackle Malcolm Brown, who could help fill the hole left by Vince Wilfork’s departure. On the offensive side of the ball New England will once again have one of the NFL’s most feared units, behind Tom Brady, Julian Edelman, and Rob Gronkowski. The New England Patriots should dominate the AFC North once again, and be in contention for another Super Bowl run in 2015.
2014 New England Patriots Season Preview
It was another solid season for the New England Patriots, going 12-4 to win the AFC East. The Pats were able to beat the red-hot Colts in the divisional round of the AFC playoffs before losing to the Colts in Denver. The Patriots added Will Smith, Darrelle Revis and James Anderson to the defense through free agency, as well as DT Dominique Easley in the draft. On offense, the Pats drafted Brandon LaFell in the first round to add to the wide receiving corps. They did lose LaGarrette Blount, but have a running back-by-committee that should be able to handle the workload. The Pats might have the best defense in the AFC this season, but the offense will need to improve from last season, and that will start with Tom Brady who actually had career lows in several categories. The season kicks off with two road games in Miami and Minnesota before coming home to Foxborough for a Week 3 home contest against the Raiders. There will also be crucial home games against the Bengals, Bears, Broncos and Dolphins this season. The Pats will have some hard away games as well, including contests with the Chiefs, Colts and Packers.
2013 New England Patriots Season Preview
The Patriots' offensive attack will look very different in 2013, but with Tom Brady under center New England shouldn't miss a beat. Three of the Patriots' top four receivers from 2012—Wes Welker, Aaron Hernandez and Brandon Lloyd—have moved on, and the fourth, Rob Gronkowski, has been recuperating from offseason surgery. To replace the departed receivers, the Patriots inked former St. Louis Ram Danny Amendola and selected Marshall receiver Aaron Dobson in the second round of the NFL Draft. To compliment Brady's passing game, New England will lean more heavily on third-year running backs Stevan Ridley and Shane Vareen, both of whom showed significant promise last season. With big names on defense and the Brady-Belichick connection on offense, the Patriots should continue to be one of the best teams in the NFL this season.
2011 New England Patriots Season Preview
The New England Patriots cruised to a 14-2 regular season record last year, but were upended in their first playoff game by the rival New York Jets. This year, the Patriots are poised to be just as good and have added a few pieces that may spell a return to the Super Bowl. The Patriots offense will once again be among the best in the league. With Tom Brady under center, they have one of the steadiest leaders in the NFL, and he has plenty of dangerous targets. In addition to Wes Welker and Deion Branch, the Patriots now have Chad Ochocinco lining up at receiver, and he appears ready to play for a contender. At running back, BenJarvus Green-Ellis will be the go-to guy but rookie Shane Vereen could see time. The defense will likely be even better than last year as well. Up front, the Patriots have two of the most fearsome linemen in the league with Vince Wilfork and the newly acquired Albert Haynesworth. Jerod Mayo emerged as a top notch linebacker a season ago, and if defensive backs Devin McCourty and Patrick Chung step up it should be a solid unit.
2010 New England Patriots Season Preview
After a legendary run through the NFL between 2001 and 2005, the New England Patriots have been unable to return to that level of success. After an early exit from the playoffs last year, fans of the Patriots will be eager for the team to take the next step, but with an upstart Jets team in the same division it may be difficult for them to make a run. One year after a torn ACL sidelined him for the entire regular season, Tom Brady returned in 2009 with a solid year, but a mid-season injury to Wes Welker limited his options down the stretch. After an accelerated rehab, Welker should be back for the start of this year and, along with Randy Moss, will provide Brady with a solid receiving corps. The running game will have to improve on 2009, however, and Laurence Maroney will be shouldering much of the duty. Defensively, the Patriots finished in the middle of the league against both the pass and the run last year, but they will need to improve on their pass rush. A recent injury to defensive end Ty Warren will hinder their ability to improve, as Vince Wilfork and Mike Wright will have to step up. The secondary is young but improving, highlighted especially by the second-year man out of the UConn, Darius Butler.
2009 New England Patriots Season Preview
The New England Patriots will enter 2009 looking to put the past behind them. Bill Belichick's team looked to be dead in the water early in 2008, but then rebounded to barely miss the playoffs. The key for the 2009 will be the return of future hall of fame quarterback Tom Brady. If Brady is completely recovered from the knee injury he suffered in '08, then the Patriots could well be the favorites to return to the Super Bowl. Brady will be surrounded by weapons on offense, including the dynamic duo at receiver of Randy Moss and Wes Walker. The Pats also picked up veteran running back Fred Taylor, who is the type of player that seems to thrive in New England's team environment. Fans in Boston will be holding their breath until they see how Brady's knee holds up in a live game. But if Tom is healthy, the Pats fans might be making a trip to South Florida in early 2010.
2008 New England Patriots Season Preview
The New England Patriots may actually be the best football of all time. That's right! The New England Patriots have put together one of the best teams on offense and defense and have started this season by dominating the league. The play of quarterback Tom Brady and his wide receiver core, along with the veteran leadership of the defense behind Teddy Bruschi and Mike Vrabel has been a perfect combination for the New England Patriots to roll past most of the other teams in the league. A game at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough this season is perhaps the toughest ticket in pro sports, and is one of the greatest shows on earth!
New England Patriots - 12/2/2016
The big news for the Patriots this week is the loss of TE Rob Gronkowski for most likely the rest of the season. Gronk suffered a back injury, which resulted in him needing surgery.
New England Patriots - 11/11/2016
The Patriots have released running back Tyler Gaffney this week and are expected to activate Dion Lewis, who must be activated by Saturday or else he will have to be out the rest of the season.