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Where To Buy 2019 Arizona Cardinals Tickets

Arizona Cardinals primary market season tickets are available through the team website and fans can choose their seats, ranging in price from $850 on the Main Terrace up to $1,350 on the Main Sideline. Parking is included in the price of season tickets, and fans also get access to a discount at the pro shop, special offers and a rewards program.

Single-game tickets on the primary market are available for all games through partner Ticketmaster. 

Like many other NFL teams, the Cardinals have gone digital for the 2019 season, and fans can access tickets via SafeTix, a secure digital-ticketing service on the Cardinals app. The team offers detailed instructions for how to access digital tickets. Season tickets will not be available via the app until they are paid for in full. Fans can transfer, sell or claim tickets via the app.

On the secondary market TicketIQ will offer fans a Low Price Guarantees on Arizona Cardinals tickets for all sold out seats and games on the 2019 schedule, in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all NFL tickets. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or SeatGeek, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save an average of 5%-20% compared to StubHub and SeatGeek.

How Much Are 2019 Arizona Cardinals Tickets 

The cheapest tickets on the primary market start at $44 for the Lions, Panthers, Falcons, 49ers and Rams games.  The cheapest ticket jumps to $62 for the Browns and Seahawks games, and $109 for the Steelers game, which is also the priciest game on the secondary market. 

On the secondary market, two games are available via TicketIQ for $99 or less, and only the Steelers game will cost fans more than $200. The cheapest ticket for any Cardinals home game is $26 vs. Carolina on September 22.

Overall, the average asking price for a Cardinals ticket is $111 on the secondary market, making it the fifth cheapest in the NFL, and a great chance for fans to get into a game for a reasonable price. The New England Patriots are commanding a league-high $777 average asking price for a seat at a home game. 

Demand for Cardinals tickets has been on the decline since 2016, when the average asking price was $180, the highest of the decade. That spike followed the Cardinals’ last appearance in the NFC Championship. Arizona was 3-13 in 2018. 

Prices For All Cardinals Home Games on the 2019 Schedule

September 8 vs. Detroit Lions

Secondary market average asking price: $105

After winning seven consecutive, the Cardinals have lost the last two to the Lions, who are playing at Arizona for the second consecutive season. The $105 average asking price is tied with the December 1 Rams date as the third cheapest on the secondary market. The Lions won last year’s meeting, 17-3.  

September 22 vs. Carolina Panthers

Secondary market average asking price: $96

This game is the cheapest on the secondary market, giving Arizona fans one of two opportunities to get into State Farm Stadium for less than $100. The Cardinals and Panthers have played only 16 times, and the Panthers knocked the Cardinals out of the postseason in the NFC Championship in 2016 and previously in a 2015 Wild-Card game. The Cardinals won a 2009 Divisional Playoff game. The teams last met in 2016, when the Panthers beat the Cardinals, 30-20, on October 30, 2016. 

September 29 vs. Seattle Seahawks

Secondary market average asking price: $138

This game marks the first home meeting against an NFC West rival and is the third most expensive on the secondary market. There’s plenty of parity in this rivalry – the Seahawks hold a 20-19-1 all-time series advantage, and won both games last season. 

October 13 vs. Atlanta Falcons

Secondary market average asking price: $99

One of two home games with a secondary market average asking price of less than $100, the Falcons and Cardinals have been playing on and off since the Cardinals’ St. Louis days. Atlanta has dominated of late, winning the last three, including a 40-14 victory at Atlanta last season. The Cardinals lead the all-time series, 16-15. This meeting will be the Falcons first trip to Arizona since 2013. 

October 31 vs. San Francisco 49ers

Secondary market average asking price: $108

As NFC West rivals, these teams play twice a year, and this is the first of 2019’s two meetings. play The Cardinals have dominated of late, winning the last eight consecutive. This game is the fourth most expensive on the secondary market and one of four that will cost fans $100 or more.

December 1 vs. Los Angeles Rams

Secondary market average asking price: $105

This is an odd pairing in that both teams trace their roots to St. Louis and the teams have been playing since 1937. Since the Rams moved back to Los Angeles ahead of the 2016 season, the teams have played twice a season, and the Rams have won five of those six. Overall, the Rams have a 41-38-2 all-time series record. This game is tied with the Lions game as the third cheapest at home. 

December 8 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Secondary market average asking price: $274

These teams last met in 2015, and though they now play only every few years, there’s still an intensity to the games – especially after the Steelers beat the Cardinals to win Super Bowl XLIII in 2009. That victory marked the first of three consecutive for Pittsburgh, which hasn’t visited Arizona since 2011. With all that in mind, it should be no surprise that this is the priciest home game on the secondary market. 

December 15 vs. Cleveland Browns

Secondary market average asking price: $182

The second most expensive game on the secondary market, the Cardinals and Browns haven’t played since 2015, and the Cardinals have won the last three, including a 34-20 victory in 2015. The Browns lead the all-time series, though, 33-14-3. Cleveland last visited Arizona in 2011. 

TicketIQ is committed to the cheapest tickets possible, and we make much less on sold out tickets compared to other major marketplaces like StubHub and Vivid. That means ticket buyers save from up to 25% on TicketIQ on sports, music and theater. We're able to do this because we also work with teams, venues, and other ticket owners, to help them sell tickets at face price, directly to consumers like you, through Ticketmaster and Paciolan. For an overview of the 2019 NFL Ticket Buying landscape, and details on the cheapest way to get tickets for every team, visit the TicketIQ Blog.


Cardinals / Football Seating Chart



The main level, including the 100 sections, is comprised of center sections 104 to 113 and 125 to 134; corner sections 101 to 103, 114 to 116, 122 to 124, and 135 to 137; and end-zone sections 117 to 121 and 138 to 144.

The club level includes the 200-level sections: the center sections are 207 to 216, and the corner sections are 201 to 206 and 217 to 222. There are no end-zone sections on the club level.

The ring of honor and terrace levels includes the 400-level sections: center sections 408 to 418 and 438 to 449, and the corner sections are 401 to 407, 419 to 424, 432 to 437, and 450 to 455. The only end-zone sections for these levels are the 425 to 431 sections of the ring of honor level.


Each of the Sportsman’s Park carparks include ADA parking spots. Non-Cardinals events require a valid paid parking ticket with a state-issued hangtag or license plate to park in an ADA spot. For the Fiesta Bowl, please contact the NCAA for further assistance.

A courtesy cart service is available to mobility impaired fans from ADA parking areas to the Access Control Points. Accessible ADA seating is located on each of the three concourses at State Farm Stadium, and there is one power outlet at each ADA seat that has an accessible seating platform.

Personal wheelchairs and mobility scooters are allowed at State Farm Stadium. When arriving to State Farm Stadium, fans with wheelchairs and scooters must enter through the ADA Access Control Point at Gate 2. Wheelchair assistance is also available to fans once they have entered the stadium. It is scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. Requests for wheelchair assistance can be made by asking a stadium staff member or by visiting any of the guest services booths located near Sections 104, 123, 417, and 448.

What’s the best way to tailgate at State Farm Stadium?

According to the State Farm Stadium website, tailgating is permitted in Sportsman’s Park as many as four hours before kickoff. Sportsman’s Park closes one hour after the game, but tailgating is only allowed from four hours before the game until the time of kickoff.

What is the mobile ticketing policy at State Farm Stadium?

State Farm Stadium has gone fully digital and will no longer be accepting paper tickets. The Cardinals website offers a step-by-step guide to mobile ticketing. For fans to enter, they will need to display their mobile ticket barcode that can be stored either on the Ticketmaster app or a Ticketmaster mobile browser.