Add some football to your trip to the Music City with Tennessee Titans tickets! The Tennessee Titans were founded in 1960 as the Houston Oilers. The team originally played in the American Football League and won two AFL Championships before joining the National Football League in 1970 as part of the AFL-NFL Merger. The team moved to Memphis in 1997 and then to Nashville in 1998 where they have remained since. The team was briefly known as the Tennessee Oilers before settling on the Tennessee Titans name in 1999.
The team has been regular throughout their duration, having made the playoffs over six consecutive decades of play. Their AFC playoff runs have been led by well-known players like Earl Campbell, Warren Moon, Eddie George and Steve McNair. The Titans have played in the AFC South since 2002 and make annual appearances at Lucas Oil Stadium, TIAA Bank Field and NRG Stadium for divisional matchups. The Titans have played at Nissan Stadium at 1 Titans Way, Nashville, TN 37213 since its opening in 1999. Score a touchdown in Nashville with Tennessee Titans tickets from TicketSmarter!
Tennessee Titans Ticket Prices
The Tennessee Titans are one of the few major league teams in Nashville alongside the NHL’s Nashville Predators and Nashville SC from the MLS. The Titans are the most popular team in the Music City with fans filling Nissan Stadium to capacity for every home game. The team’s popularity in the city, along with their on-field performance and the number of games left on the schedule will have an impact on Tennessee Titans ticket prices during the season. Fans will have several pricing options when looking for tickets as certain sections of the stadium will be cheaper than others.
How much are Tennessee Titans tickets?
Fans will be able to find Tennessee Titans tickets at a starting price between $40 and $70. The average price of tickets over the past few seasons has generally been in the $130 to $210 range. Divisional matchups against the Colts, Texans or Jaguars will usually draw higher prices as those games have major implications for the NFL Playoffs.
Cheap Titans Tickets
Fans that are on a budget will be able to find cheap Titans tickets using TicketSmarter’s filter tool to sort out the cheapest NFL tickets on the market. Fans looking for the cheapest options should check out non-divisional matchups as those will usually be slightly cheaper. Seats located in the upper levels and behind the end zone will be the cheapest option for fans looking for an easy way to get into the game.
Tennessee Titans Dates & Schedule
The Tennessee Titans schedule starts in August with four NFL preseason exhibition games that are used to make roster cuts and get in-game reps for veteran players. The regular season will then start in September. The Titans will play a 16-game schedule over a period of 17 weeks. During this time frame, the team will play the Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars and Houston Texans twice as part of divisional play in the AFC South. Half of the Titans schedule will be home games played at Nissan Stadium, while the other half will be away games played on the road.
The Titans can qualify for the NFL Playoffs by winning the AFC South or by qualifying for one of two AFC wildcard seeds. The playoffs will begin in January with single-elimination rounds to determine the AFC and NFC champions who will then go on to play in the Super Bowl in February.
When do Tennessee Titans tickets go on sale?
Tennessee Titans tickets for the upcoming season will go on sale at TicketSmarter in May. The NFL will put out the full season schedule during the month, which will be followed by tickets becoming available within a day or two of the announcement.
Tennessee Titans Seating Chart
The Titans have played at Nissan Stadium since it opened in 1999. Nissan Stadium was built with the purpose of housing an NFL team and features excellent views of the field throughout the entire venue. It sits on the bank of the Cumberland River with a view of downtown Nashville in sight across the river. The Tennessee Titans seating chart includes a total seating capacity of 69,143, multiple levels of seating, and several modern amenities such as large video screens along with suite and club seating.
The lower 100 level of the stadium forms a complete bowl around the playing field. The 200 and 300 levels run along each sideline and into the corners of the end zones. The 200 level features club and loge seating options in each section. When viewing the seating options on our Titans virtual ticket office, fans should note that sections 132 through 138 and the corresponding upper levels will be seated on the Titans sideline.
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