Vegas Raiders Tickets
Join the Raider Nation by buying Las Vegas Raiders tickets for the upcoming season at TicketSmarter! The Raiders were founded in 1930 in the city of Oakland, California. The Oakland Raiders played 10 seasons in the American Football League before joining the National Football League during the 1970 AFL-NFL merger. The team moved to Los Angeles in 1982 and then returned to Oakland in 1995. In 2017, league team owners approved the Raiders request to move to Las Vegas and the relocation became official in 2020.
The Raiders have had plenty of success through the years with an AFL Championship in 1967 and three Super Bowl titles in seven years from 1976 to 1983. The team has been associated with several Pro Football Hall of Famers including Coach and Owner Al Davis, Head Coach John Madden, Marcus Allen, Howie Long and Jerry Rice. The team has played in the AFC West since joining the NFL and has had heated rivalries with the Kansas City Chiefs, Denver Broncos and LA Chargers. Other historic rivals for the Raiders have included the San Francisco 49ers, LA Rams and New England Patriots. Secure your Las Vegas Raiders tickets to see your favorite team compete inside Allegiant Stadium at 3333 Al Davis Way, Las Vegas, NV 89118.
Las Vegas Raiders Ticket Prices
The Las Vegas Raiders are one of the few major league professional sports teams in the city. This creates a high ticket demand for Raiders games. Along with a high demand for tickets, the seating location, win-loss record of the team, opponent strength and conference matchups will all have an effect on Las Vegas Raiders ticket prices. Expect prices to skyrocket against games like AFC West opponent Kansas City Chiefs, winners of the 2020 Super Bowl.
How much are Las Vegas Raiders tickets?
Raiders tickets have generally started as low as $30 to attend some games on the schedule. The average price of tickets over the last ten years has been in a range between $70 to $180. A new city and newly-built state-of-the-art Allegiant Stadium has caused the prices for Las Vegas Raiders tickets to go up. Las Vegas Raiders ticket prices for seats on the 50-yard line, you can expect to pay over $300 per seat.
Fans looking for Las Vegas Raiders tickets during this season will find them in a price range from $15.00 to $41197.00, while $874.77 is currently the average price of tickets per game. NFL Preseason: Las Vegas Raiders vs. Minnesota Vikings (Date: TBD) tickets are currently available for the upcoming game at Allegiant Stadium on July 30th, 2022 at TBD. There are 684 tickets currently available for this game on TicketSmarter. The cheapest tickets for the game are starting at $70.00, while premium seating options are going for prices as high as $1780.00.
Las Vegas Raiders Dates & Schedule
The Las Vegas Raiders begin their year with the NFL Preseason in August featuring four exhibition games that help the coaching staff determine roster spots for the regular season. The regular season kicks off in September and sees the team play 16 games over a 17 week period. The season concludes during the last weekend of December or the first weekend of January.
If the Raiders qualify for the NFL Playoffs, they will have a shot to play for the Super Bowl. The playoffs feature a single-elimination format and begin with the AFC Wild Card round the weekend after the regular season ends. Play continues each week until two conference champions are declared. Those teams will then move on to the Super Bowl, which will be played at a neutral site. TicketSmarter will have you covered with Las Vegas Raiders tickets available for all preseason, regular season and postseason games.
Fans have 24 games left on the Las Vegas Raiders schedule to see the team play live! Make your plans now to be at the Las Vegas Raiders vs. Kansas City Chiefs (Date: TBD) game at Allegiant Stadium, 3333 Al Davis Way, Las Vegas, NV on January 7th, 2023 at TBD. 1710 ticket listings are available for the game on TicketSmarter with prices ranging anywhere from $338.00 to $8899.00.
When do Las Vegas Raiders tickets go on sale?
The NFL will announce their season schedule in May. Raiders tickets will go on sale within a day or two of the NFL’s announcement. TicketSmarter will have Raiders tickets available for all home and away games on the schedule.
Las Vegas Raiders Seating Chart
Allegiant Stadium is the new, state-of-the-art home of the Las Vegas Raiders. The stadium began construction in 2017 and will open in time for the start of the 2020 season. The venue will feature a seating capacity of 65,000 with the ability to expand to 72,000 when needed for bigger games. The Las Vegas Raiders seating chart at Allegiant Stadium will have four levels of seating.
The lower level will surround the entire field and will have club seating between the 10-yard lines on each side of the stadium. The 200-level will also surround the entire field with multiple sections of suites running the length of each sideline. The 300-level is in a horseshoe shape with one end zone opened up for a video screen. The 400-level will provide a bird’s eye view of the entire stadium and will span the length of the sidelines and end zone corners.
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