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Single-game tickets, season tickets, and mini plans to Major League Soccer’s Orlando SC are currently available via Ticketmaster. The team opens the season Saturday, February 29 at home against Real Salt Lake.
On the secondary market, TicketIQ has seats available for all Orlando SC games, and it offers fans a Low Price Guarantee on all sold out Orlando SC tickets, in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all Major League Soccer tickets. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid Seats, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. In our efforts to continue to provide our customers with the best deals, we’ve removed all fees.TicketIQ now shows you the full ticket price from the start of your search. TicketIQ customers save an average of 5%-20% compared to StubHub and Vivid Seats.
On the primary market, fans can get into Saturday’s game, which also includes a post-game concert, for $25 in Section 128 on the corner. Many other 100-Level seats cost $30, while those who want to treat themselves can buy seats at midfield in Section 34 for $113 or in Section 15 for $214. The seats in Section 34 are in the Midfield East Premium section and include complimentary food and beverage on a patio behind the seats, while Section 15 includes access to the West Club and complimentary food and beverage. On April 26, when Orlando plays Atlanta, one of its biggest rivals, fans can get a seat starting at $25 in Section 129 on the corner and Supporter-Safe Standing General Admission tickets start at $30. Sideline seats are also still available, though in limited quantities, and range in price from $54-$214.
On the secondary market, tickets to the season opener start at $29 in Section 129, and fans can get field-level seats behind the net starting at $42. For the game against Atlanta on April 26, TicketIQ shows a big selection, starting at $29. There are also seats available in three Club Sections, starting at $131 in Sections 112 and 119 near the endlines, and $262 in Section 115 at midfield, which includes West Club access.
The average asking price on the secondary market for an Orlando SC game is $40, making it one of the best deals in MLS. Orlando tickets are the fifth cheapest across the league. The cheapest average is $26 to see Montreal and the highest average is $111 to see LAFC. This year’s average is also the cheapest since Orlando’s inaugural season 2015, and is down 11% over last year. The priciest season was $88 in 2017.
Season tickets are available on the primary market via Ticketmaster, and range in price from about $16 per game for Upper Corner sections to $161 per game for Field Level West Club seats. Season ticket holders get a 20% discount over single-game prices as well as pre-game food-and-beverage discounts, access to presales for other events at Exploria Stadium, and other benefits.
Orlando also offers a four-game mini plan, starting at $109 in the Supporter Section, with prices going up to $449 in the Midfield East Premium Sections, which include a private outdoor dining and viewing area. Mini plans with these amenities are available in Sections 33 and 35, near midfield.
Orlando SC offers fans “paperless ticketing” via the LionNation app, which is available for iPhones or Android devices. Fans can use the app to enter the stadium or to sell or transfer tickets.
TicketIQ is committed to Transparent Ticketing and offers Low Price Guarantees on sold out tickets + unsold face value ticket through Ticketmaster, Eventbrite and other partners. For an overview of the 2020 MLS Ticket buying landscape, and details on the cheapest way to get tickets for every MLS team, visit the TicketIQ Blog.