The Titans average ticket price for regular season NFL games has fluctuated consistently over the last 5 seasons. The largest decrease came during 2012 season with a decrease of 44% moving from $79 average ticket price to a $55 average ticket price. Average Titans ticket prices bottomed out significantly between 2011-2016, hitting a ticket price of $42 in 2013 and then increasing consistently in the following years. The average ticket price for Tennessee Titans regular season NFL tickets for 2016 is currently at $130, the highest ticket price within in the last 5 years.
(Data updated 8/2/2016)
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2016 Titans Season Preview
The 2016 Tennessee Titans schedule is set, and after finishing the 2015 season as the worst team in NFL, things will hopefully be improving. The Titans finished the 2015 season fourth in the AFC South and a record of 3-13, an improvement over their 2014 record of 2-14. This year will be the first full season with head coach Mike Mularkey. The Titans drafted offensive tackle Jack Conklin in the first round of the 2016 NFL draft. Marcus Mariota will be Tennessee’s starting quarterback for the 2016 season after missing the last part of the 2015 season due to an injury. With a new head coach, the team should continue to improve on previous seasons, and it will be interesting to see if they can clinch their first playoff spot since 2008. TicketCity is the place to go for Tennessee Titans tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Titans at Nissan Stadium, or supporting Tennessee on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Tennessee Titans tickets, including home and away games.
Tennessee Titans Football at Nissan Stadium Address: 1 Titans Way, Nashville, Tennessee, 37213
The Titans play their home games at Nissan Stadium, located in Nashville, Tennessee. The only home the Titans have known since their move, Nissan Stadium holds nearly 69 thousand screaming fans. In addition to two state-of-the-art video boards, Nissan Stadium has recently undergone a change to improve game day for Titans fans. The stadium now includes the Titans Party Stage, from which there are live performances at points during the game for the fans in the Music City. The Tennessee Titans home bench is on the Nissan Stadium sideline with sections 132-138. Nissan Stadium parking information is covered in our Titans event guide.
Titans vs. Ravens
This rivalry escalated in 2000 when these two teams had classic battles during the regular season and in the playoffs. After the NFL realigned the divisions in 2002, these two teams stopped playing each other twice a year. However, these two teams have met more times over the years in the playoffs and with some of the players on the Titans switching sides and playing for the Ravens through the years, this rivalry continues to be one of the more intense matchups in the NFL.
These two teams first met in 1970 when the Titans were the Houston Oilers. This rivalry was one of the best in the NFL when they met two times a year. The matchup between these two teams is most remembered by the controversial call in the 1979 AFC Championship game when Oilers' quarterback Dan Pastorini threw a pass to wide receiver Mike Renfro in the end zone that was ruled incomplete.
The two most successful franchises in the division, this rivalry has become one of the best in the NFL over the years because the stakes are usually at its highest when these two teams play. The two teams have combined for more than 8 AFC South titles to go along with many more playoff appearances over the last 10+ years.
It is not often that a rivalry in the NFL can extend to the college ranks, but in these two cities, the fan bases hate each other year around. Playing in Gator and Volunteer country has made this rivalry more intense when the NFL teams play against each other two times a season. The Titans and Jaguars have battled it out for division supremacy since 1995 with a playoff meeting mixed in between.
This rivalry goes deeper than just being division foes. The Texans became a franchise because the Titans left Houston to relocate to Tennessee. It is evident how heated this rivalry is when these two teams play each as a fight broke out in 2010 that led to two players getting ejected. While this rivalry may still be in its infant stage in terms of years, it has already become one of the more intense matchups in the NFL.
Titans in the Super Bowl, NFC Championship and in the NFL Playoffs
The Titans have won 8+ division titles and have made the playoffs more than 20 times since the organization started in 1960. The highlight of the Titans run during the Super Bowl era was their AFC Championship in 1999. The Titans nearly won the Super Bowl that season, but came two yards short from hoisting the Lombardi Trophy.
Tennessee Titans Event Guide
What time do gates open prior to kick off for a Tennessee Titans game?
Gates open to Tennessee Titans tickets holders two hours before the start of the game.
What are some good places to eat before a Titans game?
Whiskey Kitchen (118 12th Avenue South) is a great high-end restaurant to grab something other than the normal pub fare. The have an extensive whiskey/bourbon selection ensuring a perfect pairing with any menu item. The Tennessee Whiskey Yam Fries and Fire Roasted Salmon are insanely good.
Does my child need a ticket to attend a Tennessee Titans game?
All children ages two and under do not need Tennessee Titans tickets to enter Nissan Stadium.
Where is the best place to park for Titans game?
If you do not have a permit to park one of the best lots (very close to the stadium) is Lot E between South 1st and South 2nd streets just south of James Robertson Parkway. There are two lots 2nd & Church (210 2nd Ave. N) and Whitefront (205 2nd Ave.) that are close to the Woodland Street Bridge and offer the closest walk to the stadium. Prices at these lots vary and they fill up quickly so plan to arrive a few hours before game time to get a spot. Note: The Woodland Street Bridge closes to traffic and becomes available to shuttle buses and pedestrians a few hours before the game.