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Single-game tickets for a handful of New England Patriots games are available via primary market ticket partner Ticketmaster, but most games, including the home opener against Pittsburgh and the November 24 Dallas Cowboys game are sold out. Season tickets have been sold out since 1994, though fans can get on a waiting list. 

Fans must put down a $100 deposit for each seat (minimum two, maximum four), and there are benefits to being on the waiting list, including the special event presales, an invitation to the Patriots draft party, and a discount at the Patriots Pro Shop. 

The Patriots and Gillette Stadium offer many premium experiences for home games, including VIP Cross Pavilion tickets and the Putnam Club. For premium experience pricing, fans can e-mail the Patriots at [email protected]

Fans with Cross Pavilion tickets have access to an in-stadium hospitality area beginning 2-1/2 hours before kickoff. The pregame experience includes a hosted bar, big-screen TVs, a private entrance into Gillette Stadium and appearances by former Patriots players and New England cheerleaders. The ticket price includes lower-level game tickets. 

The Putnam Club is an upscale entertainment venue that provides end zone-to-end zone views as well as high-end food and beverage service, HD TVs and video walls. Outdoors, the Putnam Club offers plush seating. 

This season, the Patriots eliminated paper tickets, and fans can use mobile entry to get into Gillette Stadium. On the Patriots website, fans can get a mobile ticket tutorial. On the Gillette Stadium app, fans can access real-time game-day updates as well as watch video replays and see live camera angles not available on TV.

On the secondary market TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on New England Patriots tickets for all sold out games on the 2019 schedule, and on all NFL sold out games.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.


The $762 average asking price for a Patriots home game on the secondary market is the highest across the NFL, and is up from $524 in 2018. That price is the highest of the decade, and comes on the heels of the Patriots winning their sixth Super Bowl since 2001. The second highest average of the decade was $587 in 2017, a year after winning Super Bowl LI. The Patriots got the Super Bowl again in 2017, but lost to Philadelphia.

Seven of the Patriots eight games have average asking prices that are trending at $640 or more. The best deal of the season is for the December 21 Buffalo Bills game, which has a current average asking price of $338, while the highest average is $999 for the November 24 Dallas Cowboys game. 

Primary market seats are available for the December 21 against Buffalo, but according to Ticketmaster, only single seats are available. For fans willing to go solo, there are several seats in Section 135, between the 20- and 30-yard lines on the visitors’ side, for $210. Cheaper tickets are available in the end zone above the Optum Field Lounge for $165. Similar single seats are available for the home finale, December 29 against Miami, also starting at $165. 

Showing that fans should shop around, TicketIQ has seats available for all Patriots home games. Against Buffalo, fans can get a group of seats at the 50-yard line, starting at either $876 in Section 110 behind the Patriots bench, or $526 in Section 131 behind the Buffalo bench.

For the Cowboys game, fans have their pick of sections on the secondary market,with cheapest ticket starting at $424 in the 100 sections above the end zone, and rising up to more than $1,000 for seats behind the Patriots bench.

For sold out seats and events, TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on all events at Gillette Stadium for New England Patriots as well as Concerts. 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. TicketIQ customers save up to 25% compared to other secondary sites. TicketIQ also provides access to unsold face-value tickets for all events at Gillette Stadium via Ticketmaster.



Field Level sections, rows and seats at Gillette Stadium

Gillette Stadium consists of  100s sections, offering seats closest to the 50-yard line.  300s section is the upper deck, and offers the cheapest seats in the stadium. There are four entrances in both east and west directions namely E1, E2, E3, E4, W1, W2, W3 and W4. 100s sections consists of rows from 1 to 38 while 200s sections have rows upto 27. In Level 300, Sections 319 to 322 do not have an upper deck, so the rows in those sections only go up to 7. Normally, each section has a varying number of rows in Gillette Stadium. Gillette Stadium also encompasses Patriot Place which is an open-air shopping center built around Gillette Stadium. There a various shops and restaurants in Patriot Place, most notably Bed, Bath, and Beyond, Victoria's Secret, and Cinema de Lux.

100-level sections, rows and seats at Gillette Stadium

Most of the 100s sections have 38 rows per section in Gillette Stadium. While sections 118-122 have rows numbered from 18 to 38. 100s level center section consists of 127-134, 106-112, end sections include 117-122 and corner sections are 101-105, 113-116, 137-140, 123-126.  

200-level sections, rows and seats at Gillette Stadium

Most of the 200s sections have 26 rows per section in Gillette Stadium. While sections 201-205 have 27 rows each. The corner sections at 200s level are 201-205, 214-218, 236-240, 227-223. 

300-level sections, rows and seats at Gillette Stadium

300s sections have rows numbered from B to 26 per section in Gillette Stadium. 

300 level end sections are 330-337, 305-312. 300 level corner sections are 301-304, 315-318, 336-340, 323-326.  

Club, VIP, Box Seats and Suites at Gillette Stadium

Gillette Stadium consists of a Family Sections in Sections 225 & 238. Meanwhile, rows 15-30 at any level ensures optimal viewing. The Gillette Stadium club seats also known as the Putnam Club is the exclusive club of Gillette Stadium.  Patriots East Suites are numbered from 11 to 30 and Patriots West Suites  are numbered from 61 to 80. These suites are for private use and include amenities such as a variety of food, drink and catering options. 

The club level sections at Gillette Field are in the second tier along to the sideline in sections and are marked by CL before the section number, ranging from CL06 to CL13 and CL28 to CL35. Some club level amenities include private entrance, club lounges, cushioned seats, VIP guest treatment, exclusive food and beverage outlets, etc. Party suites come with a private restroom.

Also, Patriots club seats are extra wide and padded, provide a private entrance to avoid long lines, and access the lounges which include upscale food and beverage options. Prime Seating at Gillette Stadium consists of costs between $211-$230 and is located on the lower-level sidelines. There are over 16,500 parking spaces at the stadium, but they are pricey at $40 for cars and motorcycles. Larger vehicles such as buses are $150. 

The New England Patriots bench is located in front of sections 108-111 and the visitors bench is located in front of sections 130-133.


The New England Patriots have unsold face-value tickets available for most games, which can be purchased directly through Ticketmaster. Prices may be above or below prices on the secondary ticket market. Many Concerts also have unsold tickets. For Sold Out Seats and Events, TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on all events at Gillette Center. 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. TicketIQ customers save up to 25%.


Patriots: Digital ticketing is enabled for all Patriots home games for both Season Ticket Members and those who purchased tickets directly through the NFL Ticketing Network. Secure, digital tickets are easily accessible via the Gillette Stadium App which is available on the App Store and Google Play.

Concerts: Not all concerts at Gillette Stadium accept digital tickets. We recommend you always check the respective Event Guide. For Gillette Stadium concerts that do accept digital tickets, it is enabled for tickets purchased directly through Ticketmaster, Gillette Stadium, or their agents. Digital tickets can be scanned through the Gillette Stadium App on iPhone and Android devices.


Gillette Stadium provides wheelchair and companion seating with comparable sight lines throughout the bowl for patrons with a disability. For more information, please review one of the Accessible Seating Maps listed above, or call (508) 384-9191 / MassRelay (800) 439-2370. Disabled parking is located in P1 and P7.

New England Patriots Playoff Tickets

The New England Patriots will make their ninth consecutive NFL post-season appearance on January 4th, when they host the Tennessee Titans in the AFC Wild Card round. 

Where To Buy New England Patriots Playoff Tickets

Primary market tickets to the New England Patriots AFC Division game are sold out, according to Ticketmaster. And should the Patriots advance and host the AFC Championship, tickets to that game are also already sold out on the primary market.

Fans wanting to get into the game will have to shop the secondary market, and TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on all sold out New England Patriots playoff tickets ,in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all NFL playoff tickets. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or VividSeats, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save an average of 5%-20% compared to StubHub and VividSeats. 

How Much Are New England Patriots Playoff Tickets

  • Secondary market average asking price: $632

  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $186

A ticket to see the Patriots host a Wild Card game is the priciest across the NFL, with a current average asking price of $632 on the secondary market. The next most expensive ticket in either the Wild Card or Divisional round is $569 to see San Francisco in a home NFC Divisional game.

Historically speaking, the average asking price is the highest for a Wild Card or Divisional round game at Gillette Stadium this decade. The cheapest game cost fans $266 in 2014 when the Patriots played the Colts. The Patriots have played in an AFC Divisional game every season since 2011.

TicketIQ has seats available throughout the stadium, starting at $186 in Upper 337 on the sideline overlooking the end zone. Those tickets come with the TicketIQ Low Price Guarantee, and the priciest ticket with the Guarantee is trending at $1,296 in Club CL29, Row 2 above the 20-yard line on the visitors’ side. The tickets closest to the action still remaining are in Section Lower 131, Row 1 behind the visitors’ bench for $1,693. 

Below is a screenshot of inventory on TicketIQ and get-in price by zone:

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