Carolina Panthers Details
While sometimes overlooked by the national media due to playing in a relatively small market, the Carolina Panthers have regularly been a contender since joining the NFL in the 1995 season. They set an expansion team record with seven wins in that very first year and, incredibly, went 12-4 and reached the NFC Championship Game in their second season in existence. It would be until 2003 when they made another playoff run, but what a run it was: Unheralded quarterback Jake Delhomme led the team to Super Bowl XXXVIII, where they lost 32-29 to Tom Brady’s Patriots in one of the most exciting Super Bowls ever played.
These days, the Panthers draw fans at Charlotte’s Bank of America Stadium by fielding a roster full of some of the most talented players in the NFL.
Frequently Asked Questions About Carolina Panthers Tickets
How much are Carolina Panthers tickets?
Panthers ticket prices on the secondary market can vary depending on a number of factors. Typically, Panthers tickets can be found for as low as $53.00, with an average price of $84.00.
How to get cheap Panthers tickets?
If you’re looking for cheap Panthers tickets, tickets can be found for as low as $53.00. Additionally, once you click on your preferred event date, use the “sort by price” button located in the top left hand corner of the event page to sort all available Panthers tickets by cheapest tickets available.
Where do the Carolina Panthers play?
The Panthers home games are played at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, NC.
What teams are in the Carolina Panthers division?
Can I buy Panthers tickets at the stadium?
All individual Panthers tickets are sold online. The Bank of America Stadium ticket office does not sell tickets directly on game day.
Do I need to print my Panthers tickets?
Print-at-home tickets are no longer allowed in the NFL, as part of a League-wide mandate. Due to the policy change, starting in the 2019 season - all guests are required to enter Panthers games using a mobile ticket.
Does my child need a ticket for Panthers games?
Each NFL team has their own child ticket policy. Some teams have age requirements, others have restrictions on height, and some stadiums require that all children entering the stadium has a valid ticket. The Panthers ticket policy states all children 1 and under are free.
Carolina Panthers schedule
The Panthers schedule is typically released in April. See above for all Panthers games and browse by home or away, preseason or playoff.
How to buy Carolina Panthers tickets
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