The Kansas City Chiefs and Tennessee Titans are an exciting NFL matchup. Both teams have big name players that bring loads of competition and intensity, and an energetic fanbase that makes football so great.
Frequently Asked Questions About Chiefs vs. Titans Tickets and Game Information
How much are Chiefs vs. Titans tickets?
Chiefs vs. Titans ticket prices on the secondary market can vary depending on a number of factors. Typically, Chiefs vs. Titans tickets can be found for as low as $70.00, with an average price of $135.00.
Where do Chiefs vs. Titans play?
Stadium atmosphere is what makes attending a live football game so amazing! Those interested in catching a Chiefs vs. Titans game should be excited regardless of where the game takes place, as both teams fans bring tons of energy and excitement. The Kansas City Chiefs home games are played at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, MO, while the Tennessee Titans home games are played at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, TN.
When do the Chiefs and Titans play against each other?
To see all regular and postseason matchups between between Kansas City Chiefs and Tennessee Titans, browse the event listings above.
For all Chiefs games, fans can browse the Kansas City Chiefs tickets page. For a complete list of Titans games, visit our Tennessee Titans tickets page. If you’re looking for other sporting events in the area, browse our sporting events in Kansas City and sporting events in Tennessee.
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