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Tickets to Mercedes-Benz Stadium have been hot since the stadium opened in 2017. Since then, the average asking price on the secondary market has been higher than before the stadium opened. Season tickets are still available for the 2019 Atlanta Falcons through the team website, starting as low as $800 for end-zone and some 300-level seats. Perks include access to exclusive events for the Falcons and throughout the year at the stadium.
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The Atlanta Falcons dive right into a rivalry for their first home game of 2019, when they host the Philadelphia Eagles in what is trending as the priciest home game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Below is look at how Falcons tickets prices stack up on the secondary market across the league. As you can see, Atlanta tickets are up $10 over last season, from $208 to $218, and are the second most expensive of the decade on the secondary market. The highest average asking price -- $418 -- was in 2017, when the Falcons won the NFC Championship before losing to New England in the Super Bowl. That was also the season that Mercedes-Benz Stadium opened.
The toughest tickets at Mercedes-Benz Stadium this season will be for the home opener on September 15 against Philadelphia and November 28 against New Orleans. The Eagles game is trending at pennies under $300 on the secondary market, and the Saints game has a current average asking price on the secondary market of $282. Five of the Falcons home games have average asking prices of $200 or more, and the cheapest game of the season looks to be November 24 against Tampa Bay, for which the average asking price is $173 and the get-in price is $49.
Tabletsare permitted if they are smaller than 12”x12”x6” in size, handheld cameras, Go Pro cameras, handheld signs, banners, & flags with a maximum size of 3' x 5', 1 factory-sealed, non-frozen 500mL (16.9 fl. Oz.) bottle of water and parents with small children may bring plastic bottles of formula or milk, diaper bags, as long as they're clear, are also permitted, strollers, but they must be checked at one of our Guest Service Center,
Bag Policy: Bags that are clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and do not exceed 12” x 6” x 12, non-Clear bags no larger than 4.5 x 6.5,
Alcohol, Animals (except service animals) bags that do not follow The Mercedes – Benz Stadium clear bag policy, electric or battery operated apparel, or signs, including loose batteries or items with loose batteries. bottles, cans and beverage containers of any kind, cameras with lens longer than 6" (detachable or non-detachable) chairs, booster seats, stools or other seating devices, food & drinks, inflated balls, knives, umbrellas larger than 33 inches, laser pointers, lights, noisemakers, pyrotechnics, firearms and weapons of any kind, signs and flags larger than 3' x 5', shakers, pom-poms or any item with a pole or stick, thermoses or cups, tripods, monopods and Selfie-Sticks.
Bag Policy: Any type of non-clear bag exceeding 4.5” x 6.5” in size unless medically necessary,
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The lower bowl is the 100-level and comprised of center club sections C126, C127, C128, C129, 130, C112, C111, C110, C109, C108; Corner sections 122, 123, 124, 125, 116, 115, 114, 113, 107, 106, 105, 104, 134, 133, 132, 131; Endzone sections 135, 136, 101, 102, 103, 121, 120, 119, 118, 117
The mezzanine level is the 200-level and comprised of Club sections C236, C237, C238, C212, C211, C210, non-club 200-level sections 235, 234, 233, 232, 231, 230, 229, 228, 227, 239, 240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 220, 233, 232, 231, 230, 229, 228; Endzone sections 227, 226, 225, 224, 223, 222, 221, 119, 118, 117
The Upper level is the 300-level and comprised of center sections 337, 338, 339, 340, 341, 342, 314, 313, 312, 311, 310, 309; Corner sections 343, 344, 345, 346, 347, 348, 349 and 350, 336, 335, 334, 333, 332, 331, 330, 315, 316, 317, 318, 319, 320; Endzone sections 321, 322, 323, 324, 325, 326, 327, 328
The 100 level sections have around 40 rows per section, with higher row number totals in the endzone and corner sections, and fewer row totals in the club sections. The 200 level sections have 12 rows per section while the 300 level sections have around 26 rows.
Seat number one is on the right side of a section when facing the field. Seat numbers go as high as seats 20 to 24 on the left side of the section.
Mercedes-Benz Stadium provides wheelchair and companion seating on all levels. For additional questions regarding ADA accommodations at the stadium, the Mercedes-Benz Stadium general information line at (470) 341-5000 and choose Option #3 or email GuestService@mercedesbenzstadium.com.
Mercedes-Benz Stadium has 7,500 club seats and more than 100,000 square feet of space dedicated to climate-controlled club and premium areas, including options in the below designated areas.
For more detail and views on Club Seating options, visit the stadium site.
Reserved for first 35 rows from the field, Lounge seating, Private bars and cusine, Private restrooms, Multiple LED TVs, Field Patio Areas
300 Seats with private lounge access, exclusive viewing access to players, VIP Entrance, VIP Parking, Best sightlines guaranteed, All-Inclusive food & beverage
6,000 Sq Ft, Dining areas, Private restrooms, Retractable glass overhead doors, Unprecedented sightlines, Views of the Halo Board
Centennial Suites are centrally located on the visitors side of the field, above the lower bowl. They vary in configuration, and accommodate around 25 guests. All Centennial Suites come with VIP parking passes, use of a private VIP entrance, premium in-suite catering options, and a private in-suite restroom.
Gullwing Club Suites are the most exclusive suites at Mercedes Benz Stadium and give ticket-holders have access to a high end stadium club called the Gullwing Club. The Gullwing Club is two-stories and features 3 all-inclusive bars as well as an upscale food served buffet style. Gullwing Club suites have a maximum capacity of 26.
The Falcons bench is in front of sections 108-112.
For Falcons games, the Home Depot Backyard will offer tailgating options via Tailgate Guys. Prices range from $425 for space for 20 guests to $2,200 for up to 60 guests.
Mercedes-Benz Stadium is 100% mobile. The stadium does not issue hard tickets or printable electronic PDF's. For guests to enter the venue, they will need to display their mobile ticket barcode that can be stored either on the Ticketmaster app, a Ticketmaster mobile browser, or team-specific app (Atlanta Falcons or Atlanta United; each team has their own mobile app). Suite tickets can be transferred electronically to guests and guests can choose their preferred medium for displaying the ticket upon entry. To receive a mobile ticket transfer, you will need to create a Ticketmaster account. Once created, you can download or use any of the above applications to view/store your mobile ticket (barcode). Mobile tickets are scanned via electronic turnstiles upon entry.