The average ticket price for New Orleans Saints regular season NFL games has moderately fluctuated over the past six seasons. The highest average Saints ticket price was in 2011 when it was $169. The New Orleans Saints currently have the lowest average ticket price that they’ve had in the last six years. The current average ticket price for the New Orleans Saints is at $99, which is a 42% decrease compared to their 2015 season ticket price of $141.
(Data updated 11/2/2016)
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2016 Saints Season Preview
The 2016 New Orleans Saints schedule is set and the team is hoping to improve after finishing with a record of 7-9 two years in a row and third in the NFC South. The 2016 season will be the Saints 50th season in the NFL and their 41st season at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Drew Brees, the former Super Bowl MVP, will once again lead the Saint’s offense. The Saints picked defensive tackle Sheldon Rankins in the first round of the NFL draft. The Saints are hoping that Rankin, as well as their second round draft pick, safety Vonn Bell, will help improve their defense and help the team achieve a winning season. TicketCity is the place to go for New Orleans Saints tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Saints at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, or supporting New Orleans on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all New Orleans Saints tickets, including home and away games.
New Orleans Saints Football at Mercedes-Benz Superdome Address: 1500 Poydras St, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70112
The Saints play their home games at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Superdome has been the home of the Saints since 1974, and has a capacity of more than 72,000. The Superdome is known for much more than just being the home of the Saints. In addition to hosting the Super Bowl, the NCAA Final Four and the Sugar Bowl, the Superdome was used as a shelter for victims displaced by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. The New Orleans Saints home bench is on the sideline of the Mercedes-Benz Superdome with sections 135-149. Mercedes-Benz Superdome parking information is covered in our Saints event guide.
The oldest rivalry by far in the NFC South, these two teams have faced off against each other more than 85 times. This matchup has been showcased on Monday Night Football six times with the most notable game being played in the first home game for the Saints after Hurricane Katrina. To intensify this rivalry, in recent seasons, the division usually comes down to one of these two teams.
A rivalry that dates back to the late 1970’s, the Saints have dominated Tampa Bay over their 40+ times they have faced each other. The two teams began playing each other on a yearly basis in 2002 when the NFL formed the NFC South. New Orleans and Tampa Bay have both won a Super Bowl since the start of the 2000’s, a feat that no other team in their division has accomplished.
These two teams may not be in the same division, but being neighboring states, it is only natural for New Orleans and Dallas to be rivals. This matchup dates back to the late 1960’s with the Cowboys leading the all-time series, but the Saints have come out on the winning end more times in recent years.
The Saints vs. Panthers rivalry started when the Panthers entered the NFL in 1995. The rivalry started while the teams were in the NFC West, and continued once they moved to the NFC South. Saints vs Panthers games are always intense, as each game is usually won by a small margin of points.
New Orleans Saints in the Super Bowl, NFC Championship and NFL Playoffs
The Saints have transformed themselves into one of the better franchises in the National Football League over the last 10+ years. New Orleans has made the playoffs multiple times since the start of 2000, highlighted with a Super Bowl Championship in 2009 that catapulted them into rare company as one of 18 NFL franchises to win a Super Bowl.
2015 New Orleans Saints Season Preview
The New Orleans Saints finished just shy of winning the NFC South division in 2014, with the Carolina Panthers taking the division with a 7-8-1 record, a tie better than the Saints 7-9. While the stalwart of the Saints success over the last decade has been their high scoring offense, the team will have to operate without superstar tight end Jimmy Graham, who is not on the Saints 2015 roster. New Orleans did look to improve their offense for 2015, by adding depth to their offensive line with the addition of 1st round draft pick Andrus Peat. On defense, the key to the Saints success will once again be hard hitting safety Kenny Vaccaro. To give Vaccaro and company help, New Orleans signed pass rush specialist Anthony Spencer, and drafted talented linebackers Stephone Anthony, and Hau’Oli Kikaha. No division in football might be as wide open as the NFC South, with the Panthers, Saints and Falcons all having legitimate shots to win the division in 2015. Expect the Saints to have an improved defense in 2015, and for them to be in the playoff hunt late in the season. Top Saints non-division games for the Saints in 2015 will be at home against the Dallas Cowboys, Detroit Lions, and on the road against the Indianapolis Colts.
2014 New Orleans Saints Season Preview
The Saints had another good season behind Drew Brees, finishing 11-5 but losing to the Seahawks 23-15 in the divisional round of the playoffs. The Saints have long had one of the best offenses in the league with guys like Marques Colston, Jimmy Graham and Pierre Thomas at the All-Pro quarterback’s disposal, but it was the Rob Ryan’s defense that really stepped up in the 2013 season. They figure to be even better this season after signing Jairus Byrd in free agency to start next to former Longhorn star Kenny Vaccaro at safety. The Saints also picked up veteran corner Champ Bailey, hoping he can regain the form he had in 2012. New Orleans will start the season with two away games in Atlanta and Cleveland. The first home game at the Superdome will be Week 3 against the Vikings, after which the Saints will play against the Cowboys in Arlington. New Orleans will also play big home games against the Packers, 49ers, Bengals and Panthers, plus away contests with Carolina, Pittsburgh and Chicago.
New Orleans Saints - 12/2/2016
Saints running back Mark Ingram has missed practice this week due to a toe injury and it is not clear on whether or not he will play in Sunday’s game against the Lions.
New Orleans Saints - 11/11/2016
The Saints are currently in third place in the NFL for rushing yards, as they have averaged 158.7 yards in their last 3 games.