New Orleans Saints Tickets

New Orleans Saints Tickets

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8/10

Sat

Preseason: New Orleans Saints at Arizona Cardinals
5:00 PMState Farm Stadium
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8/18

Sun

Preseason: New Orleans Saints at San Francisco 49ers
5:00 PMLevi's Stadium
FROM $20+
8/25

Sun

Preseason: Tennessee Titans at New Orleans Saints
1:00 PMCaesars Superdome
FROM $5+
9/8

Sun

Carolina Panthers at New Orleans Saints
12:00 PMCaesars Superdome
FROM $43+
9/15

Sun

New Orleans Saints at Dallas Cowboys
12:00 PMAT&T Stadium
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TOP EVENT
FROM $47+
9/22

Sun

Philadelphia Eagles at New Orleans Saints
12:00 PMCaesars Superdome
FROM $113+
9/29

Sun

New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons
1:00 PMMercedes-Benz Stadium
FROM $47+
10/7

Mon

New Orleans Saints at Kansas City Chiefs
7:15 PMArrowhead Stadium
FROM $177+
10/13

Sun

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New Orleans Saints
12:00 PMCaesars Superdome
FROM $33+
10/17

Thu

Denver Broncos at New Orleans Saints
7:15 PMCaesars Superdome
FROM $63+
10/27

Sun

New Orleans Saints at Los Angeles Chargers
1:05 PMSoFi Stadium
FROM $38+
11/3

Sun

New Orleans Saints at Carolina Panthers
1:00 PMBank of America Stadium
FROM $26+
11/10

Sun

Atlanta Falcons at New Orleans Saints
12:00 PMCaesars Superdome
FROM $45+
11/17

Sun

Cleveland Browns at New Orleans Saints
12:00 PMCaesars Superdome
FROM $54+
12/1

Sun

Los Angeles Rams at New Orleans Saints
3:05 PMCaesars Superdome
FROM $39+

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About the New Orleans Saints

New Orleans Saints Tickets

Thanks to the New Orleans Saints' current success, it's easy to forget that they once were one of the worst teams in football. With a spirit as resilient as that of New Orleans, though, the Saints persevered and have become a team to make their city proud.

 

The Worst of the Worst

The Saints played their first NFL season in 1967 and were nothing short of horrible for the first 20 years of their existence. They had 10 different coaches during those 20 years and failed to record a winning season, finishing 8-8 twice to avoid 20 consecutive losing seasons at the start of the franchise. Those years were as bad as it’s ever been for an NFL team.

It wasn’t until Jim Mora was hired as head coach in 1986 that things started to turn around. Mora led the Saints to their first-ever playoff appearance in 1987 and their first division title in 1991. However, New Orleans wouldn’t win a playoff game for the first time until the 2000 season under Jim Haslett.

 

Post-Katrina Years

It’s odd to think of a horrible natural disaster as the flashpoint for a sports franchise, but it’s true for the Saints. After Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans in 2005, the Saints were unable to use the Superdome. Without a true home stadium, the team went 3-13 in what would become Haslett’s final season with the team.

Fortunately, the Superdome was repaired and in working condition for the team’s triumphant and emotional return at the start of the 2006 season. That was also the first season under new head coach Sean Payton and the first after signing quarterback Drew Brees. Together, Payton and Brees have transformed the franchise. Not including the year that Payton was suspended for the infamous bounty scandal, the Payton-Brees tandem has taken the Saints to the playoffs seven times in 12 seasons. Most importantly, together they won Super Bowl XLIV in 2009, giving the Saints a long-awaited championship.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Where do the Saints play?

The Saints play their home games at the Louisiana Superdome, which today is known as the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. It’s been the team’s home since 1975 and is one of the oldest and most recognizable stadiums in the NFL. The Superdome also hosts college football games, including the Sugar Bowl and the yearly Bayou Classic between Grambling State and Southern.

 

When do Saints tickets go on sale?

Saints tickets go on sale before the NFL begins its regular season. In fact, cheap New Orleans Saints tickets to games played at Louisiana Superdome are available months in advance, as are Saints tickets for away games. In other words, there’s no rush to check the New Orleans Saints’ schedule. Just grab tickets whenever you’ve got the itch.

 

Is it better to buy Saints tickets in advance?

With Saints tickets being available so far ahead of time, it’s easy to buy tickets whenever you want to – but there’s little need to plan ahead. You can often get cheap last-minute tickets to New Orleans Saints games by waiting to make your purchase until the very last minute. As game day gets closer and sellers drop their prices, fans reap the benefits.

 

What’s the best way to buy cheap Saints tickets?

The best way to buy cheap Saints tickets is always going to be from a secure online platform that connects fans and resellers. These ticket marketplaces often have some of the cheapest ticket prices and are the easiest way to shop for New Orleans Saints tickets. Can you buy Saints tickets at the stadium? Sure – but you’ll likely be paying a higher price than you need to!  

 

Why should I choose Gametime over other ticket marketplaces?

Ticket marketplaces are the best place to find sports tickets. And when it comes to cheap New Orleans Saints tickets, Gametime is a no-brainer. Seats bought through us are affordable because we charge some of the lowest service fees anywhere. On top of that, we show you the view from the seats you’re shopping for thanks to our panoramic seat view photos. You’ll never have to buy seats blind with Gametime – you’ll know what your view at the Superdome will be before you buy those cheap Saints tickets.

So the next time you’re in the market for cheap New Orleans Saints tickets, turn to Gametime.

New Orleans Saints Schedule and Ticket Prices

DateCityVenueLowest Price
8/10GlendaleState Farm Stadium$1
8/18Santa ClaraLevi's Stadium$20
8/25New OrleansCaesars Superdome$5
9/8New OrleansCaesars Superdome$43
9/15ArlingtonAT&T Stadium$47
9/22New OrleansCaesars Superdome$113
9/29AtlantaMercedes-Benz Stadium$47
10/7Kansas CityArrowhead Stadium$177
10/13New OrleansCaesars Superdome$33
10/17New OrleansCaesars Superdome$63
10/27InglewoodSoFi Stadium$38
11/3CharlotteBank of America Stadium$26
11/10New OrleansCaesars Superdome$45
11/17New OrleansCaesars Superdome$54
12/1New OrleansCaesars Superdome$39