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The Seahawks average ticket price for regular season NFL games has remained relatively consistent over the last six seasons. The largest decrease occurred during the 2015 season with a decrease of 17% moving from $225 average ticket price in 2014 to $192 average ticket price. The average ticket price for Seattle Seahawks regular season NFL tickets for the 2016 season is currently at $265, which is the highest ticket price compared to the previous years, and is 28% higher than the 2015 season.

Seattle Seahawks Regular Season Average Ticket Prices

(Data updated 11/2/2016)

How to Buy Seattle Seahawks Tickets

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2016 Seahawks Season Preview

The 2016 Seattle Seahawks schedule is set and the Seahawks are looking for their third Super Bowl appearance in four years. The Seahawks finished second in the NFC West with a record of 10-6, however they were unable to get past the divisional playoffs as they lost to the Carolina Panthers with a final score of 24-31. Russell Wilson returns as the team’s starting quarterback and will be assisted by the Seahawks first round 2016 NFL draft pick, offensive tackle Germain Ifedi. The Seahawks defense will be led by one of the league’s top cornerbacks, Richard Sherman. The Seahawks have been one of the top teams in the NFL for over a decade and it looks like they will continue to stay that way. TicketCity is the place to go for Seattle Seahawks tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Seahawks at CenturyLink Field, or supporting Seattle on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Seattle Seahawks tickets, including home and away games.

Seattle Seahawks Football at CenturyLink Field

Address: 800 Occidental Ave S, Seattle, Washington, 98134

The Seahawks play their home games at CenturyLink Field, located in Seattle Washington. When filled to capacity, CentryLink Field holds 67 thousand of the loudest fans in the world. Come out to a game to join Seattle's 12th Man, the title given to all the fans that cheer on the hometown Seahawks. If you get to the field early, go to Touchdown City, where Seattle fans listen to the pregame show, get their faces painted for the big game and can meet the Seattle cheerleaders, the Sea Gals. The Seattle Seahawks home bench is on the CenturyLink Field sideline with sections 130-140. CenturyLink Field parking information is covered in our Seahawks event guide.

CenturyLink Field Seating Chart

Seattle Seahawks Rivals

This rivalry has picked up national relevance over the last few years because both teams have improved on the football field and both head coaches were heated rivals when they were coaches in college. This rivalry is about hard hits and high-intensity and the NFL fans have noticed. With both teams playing twice a season, this will only continue to move up the rankings in top NFL rivalries.

With a matchup that takes place two times a season, these two teams continue to battle it out for the chance to be a division champ. This rivalry peaked in the early 2000s when both teams often fought for the division title and met up in the playoffs for the right to move on for a chance to win a Super Bowl.

The Cardinals vs. Seahawks is one of the biggest emerging rivalries in the NFL and NFC West. The Seahawks vs. Cardinals rivalry emerged as the Seahawks vs. 49ers rivalry started to fizzle. The Arizona Cardinals seem to be the newest top contenders against the Seattle Seahawks and this rivalry is only going to gain more traction the more these two teams play.

Seahawks in the Super Bowl, NFC Championship and the NFL Playoffs

The Seahawks won Super Bowl XLVIII in 2013 after defeating the Denver Broncos. The team also made the 2014 Super Bowl, where they lost to the New England Patriots. The Seahawks continue to be one of the top teams in the NFC West and every year they are strong playoff contenders.

Seattle Seahawks Event Guide

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What is the 12th Man at Seattle Seahawks home games?

The 12th Man refers to the Seattle Seahawks tickets holders, the home crowd at CenturyLink Field, which is known as one of the loudest crowds in football. Established in 1976, the Seahawks 12th Man has become part of the tradition for a home game in Seattle. In 2005, the Seahawks crowd noise measured at 112 decibels, which is the equivalent of a really loud rock concert. A passionate, boisterous crowd is just one of the perks of attending a Seahawks home game at CenturyLink Field.

How can I buy cheap Seattle Seahawks tickets?

TicketCity offers a big selection of Seattle Seahawks tickets which include some of the lowest priced seats on the market. Seahawks tickets fluctuate based on demand and opponent. Marquee NFC opponents, like the San Francisco 49ers, Green Bay Packers and Dallas Cowboys, 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 Seattle Seahawks tickets near face value.

What is the best place to tailgate for Seahawks game at CenturyLink Field?

Tailgating is one of the unique experiences at a Seahawks home game and the best area to tailgate is the Hawk Alley area just a couple of blocks west of CenturyLink Stadium. There is a family friendly tailgate setup at the Safeway a couple of miles north of the stadium. The King Street Grill and Pyramid Pub are within walking of the stadium and there are plenty of restaurant or bar options in nearby Pioneer Square.

Where can I find the 2016-2017 Seattle Seahawks football schedule?

The Seahawks 2016-2017 football schedule is listed as soon as it is announced by the NFL. The Seahawks plays in the NFC West, which means games against the San Francisco Giants, Arizona Cardinals and St. Louis Rams. Game times are announced by the NFL as soon as the TV schedule is set. Seattle Seahawks home opener is typically one of the most popular games. If you are looking for Seahawks news or scores, then visit our partners at CBS Sports. They are also a good source for the official Seattle Seahawks team roster.

What is the best concession stand food for Seahawks home game?

CenturyLink Field offers a wide array of food & beverage options, so there truly is something for everyone. There are local icons like Starbucks for coffee or Ivar's for delicious seafood. There is plenty of traditional stadium fare at SeattleDog; there is pizza, Mexican food and barbecue at Longhorn Barbecue. Try the garlic fries from Grounders or Kidd Valley or a Maple Bar from Top Pot donuts. There is a local beer stand called BluHaus and a wine bar in the 200-level.

Can I buy Seattle Seahawks football season tickets?

Seattle Seahawks 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 Seattle Seahawks season tickets. Let us know if you want a particular section at CenturyLink Field .

Seattle Seahawks Preview History

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2015 Seattle Seahawks Season Preview

The Seattle Seahawks saw their season turn from story book ending to crushing defeat in a single play. While the memory of that improbable ending is still fresh on the Seahawks mind, the team comes into 2015, in a great position to advance to a third straight Super Bowl. Russell Wilson has cemented himself as an elite quarterback in the NFL. The pickup of Jimmy Graham in free agency gives Wilson the most talented target he has had in his NFL career. Seattle also drafted highly touted wide out Tyler Lockett out of Kansas State, who should see playing time early in his rookie year. But the key to the Seahawks success will once again be their defense. Earl Thomas, Kam Chancellor and Richard Sherman return in what is still the best secondary in the NFL. In front of the Legion of Boom will be rookie defensive end Frank Clark, along with Cliff Avril, and Michael Bennett. The 2015 Seattle Seahawks defense will be tested early and often, with road games against the Green Bay Packers, Cincinnati Bengals, Dallas Cowboys and Baltimore Ravens. The NFC West is clearly the preeminent division in the conference, and the Seattle Seahawks will once again be the division’s premier team in 2015.

2014 Seattle Seahawks Season Preview

Seattle collected some hardware last season, demolishing the Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl to win the franchise’s first NFL championship. The Seahawks went 13-3 in the regular season before beating the Saints in the divisional round of the playoffs to reach the NFC Championship. Richard Sherman’s INT to win the game against the 49ers was the talk of the sport until the Seahawks beat Denver 43-8 in the Super Bowl. Not a lot of changed in the offseason for Seattle, with Kevin Williams being added to the defensive line. Golden Tate was lost, but the Seahawks picked up Paul Richardson to replace his production. Of course, it’s the Seahawks defense that carried the team to a Super Bowl title, and NFC offenses will likely continue to struggle against the Legion of Boom. The Seahawks will begin the season at CenturyLink Field against the Packers, a rematch of the Fail Mary game. Other key home games will be against the Broncos in Week 3, the Cowboys in Week 6, and the 49ers in Week 15. The Seahawks were the best home team in 2013, but did see some issues on the road. This year they’ll see big road games against the Panthers, Chiefs, 49ers and Eagles.

2011 Seattle Seahawks Season Preview

The Seattle Seahawks made history last season by becoming the first team to finish with a losing record and still make the playoffs, even beating the New Orleans Saints in the first round. Though billed as a success, the Seahawks will have to improve if they want a repeat performance, but they certainly have the tools to do so. The offense will be undergoing some changes, as longtime quarterback Matt Hasslebeck left to join the Tennessee Titans. Leading the way this season will be former Vikings quarterback Tavaris Jackson, who will have fellow ex-Viking Sidney Rice to throw to. Marshawn Lynch emerged late last year to carry the running duties, with Leon Washington spelling him often. The defense is a big question mark for the Seahawks as well as they are one of the youngest squads in the league. With a glut of rookies, Seattle will rely heavily on veteran leadership, most specifically from cornerback Marcus Trufant and defensive end Chris Clemons. Linebacker Leroy Hill will be leading the linebacking corps, which includes star-in-the-making Aaron Curry.

2010 Seattle Seahawks Season Preview

The Seattle offense had difficulty running the ball last season, and averaged only 97.9 yards a game on the ground. Running backs Julius Jones and Justin Forsett are battling for the starting job but neither has yet made a strong statement in the preseason, and former Jet Leon Washington may be Carroll's preferred choice. Quarterback Matt Hasselbeck has been having trouble staying healthy as of late, so it would not be surprising to see Charlie Whitehurst get much of the playing time this year. Rookie receiver Golden Tate is expected to contribute immediately and provide the quarterback with a reliable target alongside T.J. Houshmandzadeh. The defense needs work as well, but is returning a squad that ranked 30th in passing defense. It may be hard for Seattle to get increased production on this side of the ball, and they will rely heavily on the performance of middle linebacker Lofa Tatupu. The defensive line may be a question mark as well, with a lot of inexperience and lack of depth.

2009 Seattle Seahawks Season Preview

The 2009 season of the Seattle Seahawks may well be defined by one man, new Head Coach Jim Mora. This is the first year since 1998 that Mike Holmgren will not be patrolling the sidelines as the Hawks coach. But Mora has been with the Seahawks and was groomed to take over the club, so he'll be ready to go in 2009. Matt Hasselbeck is back to lead the offense. Hasselbeck was injured for much of 2008, but with him healthy Seattle should be ready to start spreading the ball around the field again. The Seahawks have a big new weapon at wide receiver, TJ Houshmandzadeh, to pair with Deion Branch and Nate Burleson. On defense the Seahawks are led by Cory Redding, Patrick Kerney, Lofa Tatupu and Marcus Trufant. There is talent all over the Seattle lineup, so watch out for the Seahawks in 2009 as they will be one of the teams to beat in the NFC.

2008 Seattle Seahawks Season Preview

The Seattle Seahawks are one of the top teams to watch in the NFC this season. The team was picked by many to reach the Super Bowl this year and has proven itself to be a perennial playoff contender, playing in the postseason every year since 2003. Led by quarterback Matt Hasselbeck and running back Shaun Alexander, the Seattle Seahawks will provide a tough challenge for the Giants, Cowboys or Packers if they want to make it all the way this year. A game at Qwest Field this year will be one of the loudest games you've ever seen as Seattle Seahawks fans cheer their team on to another division title and a playoff run.

Seattle Seahawks News

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Seattle Seahawks - 12/2/2016

It looks like the Seahawks are getting back some of their key players soon, with Earl Thomas, Justin Britt, Troymaine Pope and Jimmy Graham all players returning to full practice this week.

Seattle Seahawks - 11/11/2016

The Seattle Seahawks are getting ready to face the Patriots this weekend in a Super Bowl XLIX rematch. Both teams are currently in first place in their divisions.

 
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