How to Find Indianapolis Colts Season Tickets
If you’re a die-hard football fan, chances are you’ve given some thought to purchasing season tickets for your favorite team.
Season tickets are a fantastic way for NFL lovers to enjoy as much live football possible over the course of a season, as they guarantee entry to two preseason games and eight regular season contests.
If you’re a fan of the Indianapolis Colts and interested in buying season tickets, we have you covered with a guide on everything you need to know to get your hands on those coveted seats.
Benefits of Season Tickets
Before we get into our guide on how to buy season tickets for the Colts, we thought we’d 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 Colts also have special perks for their season ticket holders which include access to training camp practices, team town hall events and a season ticket holder gift
How to Purchase Colts Season Tickets
If you’re champing at the bit to get your hands on Colts tickets, we have some good news for you, as season tickets for the 2020 campaign are already on sale.
In the not so distant past, the Colts had employed a season ticket waiting system, but currently, there is no wait time to purchase season tickets.
Buying season tickets for the Colts is a breeze thanks to the team’s website. The Colts webpage features an interactive seating map where fans can see exactly which seats are available to be purchased for the 2020 campaign. This interactive seating map can be found here.
Once you pick out the seats that work best for you, you simply add them to your cart and pay for them – and boom – you’re a Colts season ticket holder.
If buying tickets over the internet isn’t quite your speed, you can also get in contact with the ticket offices by calling them at 1-317-297-7000.
Season Ticket Pricing Information
The Indianapolis Colts are one of the only teams in the NFL to have released detailed costs for season tickets for the 2020 season. Despite the team’s struggles this year, the Colts have announced an increase in season ticket prices with the average ticket price going up 2.9 percent for the 2020 campaign.
Season tickets for the 2020 season start at $350 per seat for seats in the upper deck, while the most expensive general bowl seats go for $1,740. A chart containing pricing information for all of the general bowl seats for Lucas Oil Stadium can be found here.
As previously mentioned, Colts season tickets for the 2020 season are on sale now.
Those who have already purchased season tickets usually get their invoice for renewal for the upcoming season at the beginning of February.
Season tickets are usually sent to ticket holders in mid-July.
Personal Seat Licenses
Unlike a growing number of teams around the league, the Indianapolis Colts do not currently use personal seat licenses, which means that you do not need to pay a one-time fee per seat for the right to own season tickets.
Indianapolis Colts Tickets
While you won’t find season tickets on SeatGeek, we do have great deals on hundreds of Colts tickets throughout the season. Use code NFL20 at checkout to save $20 off your purchase of $100 or more. Browse tickets here or view upcoming games below.
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