How to Buy Seattle Seahawks Season Tickets
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If you like to think of yourself as a die-hard football fan, chances are you’ve considered purchasing season tickets for your favorite NFL team before.
Season tickets are the ultimate way for sports fans to take in as much live football as possible each year, as they guarantee access to at least two preseason games and eight regular season matchups.
If you’re a Seattle Seahawks fan that’s interested in purchasing season tickets, we’ve got you covered with a quick guide containing everything you need to know in order to get your hands on those coveted tickets.
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Benefits of Season Tickets
Before we get into our guide on how to purchase season tickets for the Seahawks, we thought it would be beneficial to do a quick rundown of the benefits of having season tickets.
Season tickets are a flat fee per game, so you won’t have to pay extra money for games that have increased importance or higher demand
Access to Playoff Tickets
Season ticket holders are given the first right of refusal for playoff tickets before they go on sale to the general public
The league offers a few perks of its own to season ticket holders, including free access to NFL RedZone, a discount at the NFL’s online shop and access to the league’s Ticket Exchange
The Seahawks have their own benefits that they offer their ticket holders which include early registration for training camp practices, game-day giveaways that feature autographed merchandise and pregame sideline passes and team sponsored giveaways for NFL experiences such as tickets to the NFL Draft, the Pro Bowl or the Super Bowl
How to Purchase Seahawks Season Tickets
The Seattle Seahawks have been one of the toughest tickets to get in the National Football League over the past 20-years, having sold out every home game since the 2003 season. Season tickets have gotten extremely tough to come by especially in the last ten years, as the team had to implement a season ticket waiting list in 2012 due to a large increase in season ticket demand.
According to an article in the Tacoma News Tribune back in 2016, the Seahawks have a list of 12,000 fans that have already placed season ticket deposits for the team’s “Blue Pride” season ticket notification list and there’s an additional 68,000 fans on top of that waiting to move up onto the Blue Pride list. This means that if you’re interested in purchasing Seahawks season tickets, you’re going to have to wait quite a while, or you’re going to have to purchase a Charter Seat License off a current season ticket holder.
If you’re interested in joining the Blue Pride notification list, you may do so online through this link. The Blue Pride waiting list has been cycling in about 600 new season ticket holders each year, which means that it could take up to 20 years to get your tickets once you’ve advanced all the way up to the 12,000 name mark.
If you’re interested in skipping the waitlist altogether, you can do so by purchasing a Charter Seat License from a current Seahawks ticket holder. Charter Seat Licenses, also known as Personal Seat Licenses by other teams, are a one-time payment that fans make to secure the right to buy season tickets. Once a CSL has been purchased, fans can transfer or sell their seats as they wish. The Seahawks have their own CSL marketplace, which currently has 58 listings for 151 seats, starting at $8,460 per seat.
Season Ticket Pricing Information
Given the team’s impressive run of success under head coach Pete Carroll, it’s no surprise that the team has one of the higher average ticket prices in the league at $111.79, according to Statista.
For the 2019 season, the Seattle Seahawks increased their season ticket prices slightly, with an average increase of about five percent for each seat.
The Seahawks utilize a “variable pricing” system for their tickets which means that the team charges different prices for different games based on who the team is playing. The ticket prices vary based on the perceived quality of opponent, and the team utilizes variable pricing to better reflect the value of each game ticket.
The team also has two separate season ticket prices, one for season tickets purchased before 2008 and one for season tickets bought in 2009 or after. Those who purchased their season tickets earlier than 2008 pay a bit less than newer season ticket holders, which is a nice perk for those who invested in season tickets long ago.
The cheapest ticket for the 2019 campaign was $630 per seat for endzone tickets in the 300 level. Lower level seats started at $1140 each and ranged up to $1,870 for seats at the 50-yard line. Club seating costs between $2,440 per seat and $4,460 for the best club seating section in section 209.
An interactive season ticket price chart featuring the exact cost for each seating section in CenturyLink Field can be found here.
Season ticket renewals for current ticket holders are due by mid-March, and fans can expect to receive their mobile tickets on their phones in April. In addition to mobile tickets, the Seahawks also send a season ticket holder package and gift through the mail in early August.