The Arizona Cardinals have a new head coach, a new quarterback, and hopefully a new winning attitude ready for the 2013 season. The one thing that has remained the same, however, is cheap Cardinals tickets. Arizona has an average ticket price this here of only $114.41, third lowest in the league. While the schedule is ripe with visiting teams with recent playoff success, none of them appear to be driving ticket prices north.
Below is a full breakdown of the Cardinals home schedule with average ticket price and get-in price for each individual game. The Cardinals open up their home schedule in Week 2 against Detroit.
Sunday, September 15th vs. Detroit – Avg. Price: $110, Get-in: $18
After opening on the road against St. Louis, the Cardinals return home for the home opener against Detroit. The average ticket price is $110 with a get-in price of $18, the lowest of the entire season along with home game #2 against Carolina. Detroit is coming of a disappointing four win campaign last year, but is only two years removed from a playoff berth so this could be a highly entertaining game.
Sunday, October 6th vs. Carolina – Avg. Price: $92, Get-in: $18
Cam Newton’s visit to Arizona on October 6th is the cheapest game of the year with an average ticket price of only $92 and a get-in price at $18, the same as the home opener. Lower level tickets are available for as low as $61 so there’s plenty of bargains to be had for this game.
Thursday, October 17th vs. Seattle – Avg. Price: $123, Get-in: $43
This is the only game on primetime television for the Cardinals this year and it’ll be a mid-October battle versus divisional foe Seattle. It’s the second most expensive game of the year at an average ticket price of $123, but the get-in is still a very reasonable $43.
Sunday, October 27th vs. Atlanta – Avg. Price: $110, Get-in: $32
The reigning regular season NFC champions will visit Arizona the last weekend of October for what is a surprisingly inexpensive event. The average ticket price is only $110, the same as the home opener, but the get-in price is $14 higher at $32. If the Falcons look to continue their winning ways, a victory against Arizona is a must.
Sunday, November 10th vs. Houston – Avg. Price: $107, Get-in: $27
Texans fans have spent significantly more money over the past few seasons compared to the mid-2000’s, so those interested in grabbing a cheap game for the 2013 season might consider a Phoenix vacation in early November. The get-in price of $27 is $43 cheaper than any Texans listing this year.
Sunday, November 24th vs. Indianapolis – Avg. Price: $112, Get-in: $31
Andrew Luck and Chuck Pagano will visit the University of Phoenix Stadium in late November to face Bruce Arians in what will be a very emotional game. Tickets are in the middle of the pack in terms of level of expensiveness so those looking to see a lot of hugs and handshakes at the end of the game should fork over $31 and grab tickets to this inter-conference battle.
Sunday, December 8th vs. St. Louis – Avg. Price: $96, Get-in: $19
Another very inexpensive game occurs when the Rams visit December 8th. $96 is the second lowest average ticket price, and the get-in of $19 is just a dollar more than the matchups against Detroit and Carolina. Both teams will be looking to jump over Seattle and San Francisco in the standings and the best way to do that is to win your divisional contests.
Sunday, December 29th vs. San Francisco – Avg. Price: $159, Get-in: $59
The season finale against the 49ers is, unsurprisingly, the most expensive game of the year. The average ticket price is $45 higher than the average for all games, pretty significant when you consider how low $114.41 is. Also, the get-in price is $41 higher than the cheapest listing. Nonetheless, $59 is pocket change compared to other teams’ ticket listings this year, so Cardinals fans can see any game this year at a pretty reasonable price.