AFC Championship Tickets
Ticket prices on the AFC Championship Game vary from year-to-year. The prices for this year's game are a reflection of the demand from fans who want to attend. That demand is typically driven by the interest in the match-up but is strongest when the host team has an uber passionate fan base. In recent years we've seen huge demand from the fans of the Chiefs, Patriots, Broncos, and Steelers, but also demand from road teams like the Bills.
The teams playing in the 2024 AFC Championship are determined during the NFL playoffs that start as soon as the regular-season is complete. The two top teams in the conference will face off in the AFC Championship Game, which decides which team moves on to play in the Super Bowl against the NFC Champion. Tickets for the AFC Championship Game for each contender will be available to purchase at the start of the playoffs. Although the team hosting the AFC Championship is not decided until after the Divisional Round. Fans can buy tickets for the AFC Championship Game whenever they are ready to purchase. If you purchase tickets for a team that does not host the AFC Championship, then your order will be refunded automatically.
The AFC Championship ranks among the top games in football every season, because the two teams playing in it are one win away from the Super Bowl. Demand for AFC Championship tickets exceeds every other conference playoff game as the home crowd comes out in huge numbers to give their team a home field advantage for this final game before the Big Game. The team that wins the AFC Championship punches their ticket to the Super Bowl, but is also awarded the Lamar Hunt Trophy and crowned the AFC champs for that season.
The first AFC Championship Game was hosted by the Baltimore Colts in 1970. The Colts defeated the Oakland Raiders 27-17 on their way to the Super Bowl. Over the 50+ years that the AFC Championship has been competed the Pittsburgh Steelers and New England Patriots have appeared the most times, with the Pats having the most wins. The AFC Championship Game has been played in many of the great venues in pro football including Arrowhead Stadium, Gillette Stadium, Joe Robbie, Mile High in Denver, the Orange Bowl, and the old Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh. The location of the game is part of what makes the atmosphere unique every season.