How to Get Kansas City Chiefs Season Tickets
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If you’re a die-hard NFL fan, chances are you’ve thought about buying season tickets to your favorite team at some point before.
Season tickets are the best way for die-hard fans to experience as much live football action as possible each year, as they guarantee entry to at least eight regular season games and two preseason contests.
If you’re a fan of the Kansas City Chiefs — who are one of the most exciting teams to watch in the league — that’s interested in buying season tickets, we’ve got you covered with a handy guide containing all the information you need to know to get your hands on Chiefs tickets.
Kansas City Chiefs Tickets
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Benefits of Season Tickets
Before we get into our guide on how to buy season tickets for the Chiefs, 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 Chiefs offer special benefits to their season ticket holders which include a Draft Fest Party, a season ticket holder day at Training Camp, as well as on-field experiences and pregame sideline passes through the team’s Chiefs Kingdom rewards program
How to Purchase Chiefs Season Tickets
Luckily for Chiefs fans, the team does not currently have a waiting list for season tickets, which means that fans can purchase season tickets with relative ease and a quick turnaround.
Those who are interested in purchasing season tickets can fill out a form with their information on the Chiefs website, and a representative from the Chiefs ticketing department will follow up and provide information on seating availability and ticket costs. It should be noted that the Chiefs require new season ticket holders to put down a deposit to reserve their seats for the 2020 campaign.
The Chiefs ticket office can also be reached directly via phone at 1-888-992-4433 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Season Ticket Pricing Information
Ticket costs for Chiefs season tickets have not been made readily available to the general public, but according to KCTV 5, season tickets for the 2019 campaign ended up costing upwards of $1,000 for some upper deck seats and $1,600 for lower-level endzone sections. It’s been reported that the lowest season ticketing option for this season was $450 per seat.
One thing worth mentioning is that the Chiefs utilize variable ticket pricing, which means that the team charges different prices for different games based on who the team is playing. This means that more in-demand matchups against high-caliber teams end up costing a bit more than divisional games or preseason contests.
Season ticket renewals open for current ticket holders in January, and those wishing to keep their tickets for the upcoming campaign must make their first payments before the end of February to guarantee their seats. The final payment for season tickets is due in mid-June.
In late March, the team starts its season ticket member seat upgrade program where current ticket holders can upgrade their seats for an extra cost if they so choose.
Tickets for new season ticket holders go on sale in mid-April.
After that, tickets are delivered to season ticket holders in late July or early August.
Personal Seat Licenses
Unlike a growing number of sports teams throughout the United States, the Kansas City Chiefs 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.