Your Guide to Atlanta Falcons Season Tickets
If you’re like me and spend your Sundays with your eyes glued to the tv trying to soak up as much football as possible, there’s a good chance that you’ve considered buying season tickets to your favorite NFL team.
Season tickets are a fantastic way to take in as much live football as possible, as they guarantee access to at least two preseason games and eight regular season matchups per year. If you’re a fan of the Atlanta Falcons and interested in buying season tickets, we have you covered with a quick guide on everything you need to know to get your hands on Falcons tickets.
Benefits of Season Tickets
Before we get into our guide on how to buy season tickets for the Falcons, 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 are in 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 the ability to sell or transfer tickets at any time.
The Falcons offer a variety of benefits directly to their season ticket holders, including advance parking passes, special pre-sales for events at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, member-exclusive events, and a 15 percent discount at the team’s pro shop.
How to Purchase Falcons Season Tickets
The Atlanta Falcons are one of a handful of teams around the National Football League that do not currently have a waiting list for season tickets. This means that Falcons fans can easily secure season tickets with a very fast turnaround.
One thing that’s worth mentioning is that the Falcons only sell season tickets now, as they no longer offer single-game tickets to the general public. This is a new policy that the team put in place after opening the Mercedes-Benz Stadium back in 2017.
In order to buy season tickets, fans must go to the team’s website and fill out an electronic form which includes a section on which seats you are interested in purchasing. After filling out the form, the team’s ticket representatives will get in touch and provide information on pricing and seat availability.
Season Ticket Pricing Information
Falcons season tickets start at $800 per seat for the 300 level, and range all the way to $2,310 per seat at the 100 level. Club level seats range from $4,350 to $8,850 per seat. Here’s a chart that lays out the exact price for each season ticket for the 2019 season.
Tickets go on sale on the first of February each year, with season tickets being shipped to holders each year in early August.
Personal Seat Licenses (PSL)
If you were paying close attention to the pricing chart posted above, you probably noticed the term “PSL” mentioned. PSL stands for a Personal Seat License, which grants someone ownership of a particular seat or seats in a stadium. These seat licenses are used to grant access to buy season tickets. The Atlanta Falcons currently employ PSLs at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, which means that you will have to pay a one-time per-seat fee to buy season tickets. These PSL fees range from $500 per seat to up to $40,000. The fees can be paid upfront or financed over a period of time. One of the benefits of buying a PSL is that it is relatively easy to transfer your tickets to someone else, or to sell your seat license in the event you no longer wish to keep purchasing season tickets.
Atlanta Falcons Tickets
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Preseason: Tennessee Titans at Atlanta FalconsMercedes-Benz Stadium · Atlanta, GA
Preseason: Atlanta Falcons at Miami DolphinsHard Rock Stadium · Miami Gardens, FL
Preseason: Cleveland Browns at Atlanta FalconsMercedes-Benz Stadium · Atlanta, GA
Philadelphia Eagles at Atlanta FalconsMercedes-Benz Stadium · Atlanta, GA
Atlanta Falcons at Tampa Bay BuccaneersRaymond James Stadium · Tampa, FL
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