Beat the competition with Washington Commanders tickets. The team was founded in 1932 as the Boston Braves but quickly changed their name to the Redskins. By 1937, the team had moved to the Washington, D.C. area where they have remained ever since. The team was formerly known as the Washington Redskins but in July 2020, they announced that they were dropping the Redskins name in favor of the Washington Football Team. They became the Commanders in February 2022. They compete in the NFC East division. During the 2015 season, they became the fifth NFL franchise to win over 600 games; other teams to earn that title include the Chicago Bears, the Green Bay Packers, and the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The team earned two national titles in 1937 and 1942; these are NFL Championships. They have made 24 NFL Playoff appearances through the 2019 season. The Redskins claim three Super Bowl rings with the most recent coming in 1991. Super Bowl XXVI was held in Minnesota and they defeated the Buffalo Bills 37-24.
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When the Redskins play at FedExField, ticket prices can vary based on who they are playing. Preseason games tend to offer cheaper ticket prices. Sitting in the 400 level section also offers cheap Redskins tickets. There are two full levels of suites at the stadium plus the Dream Seats, so there are plenty of premium options to choose from. The TicketSmarter football calendar and the interactive seating chart, shown above, provides the easiest way to search for Redskins tickets. You can search by price, event date, or location so you can purchase the best available seats at the best Washington Redskins ticket prices.
Tickets for a home Washington Redskins football game start at $48 per seat. The cheapest seats are in section 426 when they are playing a non-conference rival. They can range up to $336 per seat. For a conference game, like against the Dallas Cowboys, expect to pay an average of $356 per seat.
Fans looking for Washington Commanders tickets during this season will find them in a price range from $26.00 to $11445.00, while $244.17 is currently the average price of tickets per game. 2023 Washington Commanders Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games) tickets are currently available for the upcoming game at FedexField on August 1st, 2023 at TBD. There are 6 tickets currently available for this game on TicketSmarter. The cheapest tickets for the game are starting at $2093.00, while premium seating options are going for prices as high as $2548.00.
The Redskins play in the NFC East against the Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants, and the Dallas Cowboys. The Washington Commanders schedule starts in August with the NFL Preseason and goes through January with the NFL Playoffs. If the team earns a Super Bowl berth, that game is held on the first Sunday in February. If you have a matchup you are hoping to attend, check out the Washington Commanders schedule at the top of the page. This handy tool from TicketSmarter makes it easy to see every upcoming Redskins game so that you never miss out on a season-defining matchup.
The Washington Commanders schedule has a total of 18 football games left to be played during the season. One of the highlights of the football season will be the New York Giants vs. Washington Commanders game at MetLife Stadium, One MetLife Stadium Dr., East Rutherford, NJ. The game is scheduled for August 16th, 2023 at TBD making it one of the final games of the season. Wanting to watch this game in person? Be sure to grab one of the 0 tickets available on TicketSmarter with prices ranging from $0.00 to $0.00.
The NFL releases the upcoming schedule typically in May. Redskins tickets are available on TicketSmarter shortly thereafter. You can purchase either preseason or regular season Washington football tickets online without the hassle of dealing with lines at the Washington Commanders ticket office.
The Washington Commanders plays at FedExField located in Landover, Maryland. The stadium opened in 1997. From 2004 through 2010, it held the record of the largest seating capacity stadium in the NFL at 91,000. After renovations, the stadium now can accommodate up to 82,000 fans. The stadium boasts five tiers of seating with three levels named after important historical people from the Redskins, the NFL, and the Washington D.C. area. They include the Bobby Mitchell Level for the lower level, the Joe Gibbs Club Level, and the Pete Rozelle Upper Level.
At FedExField, there are 243 suites divided into two levels with a total of 15,044 club seats. Additional seats were installed in front of the first row in the lower level after Daniel Snyder purchased the team. These Dream Seats are mere feet from the field. Check out the numerous fan pavilions all around the stadium including the Bud Light Deck. Seats in section 101 or 142 are directly on the 50-yard line on the home side. The Washington Commanders seating chart can be accessed through the online TicketSmarter ticket portal.
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