The Seattle Seahawks are sky-high atop of the NFC, gliding their way into postseason as the first team to secure a playoff berth this year. Seattle’s jaw-dropping blow out of the New Orleans Saints was a performance that left the decibel record-breaking crowd cheering “MVP MVP!” to their quarterback, Russell “DangeRuss” Wilson. With just 2 losses on the season, the road to the Super Bowl will definitely travel through the Emerald City and CenturyLink Field: in the notorious Hawks Nest that has built up a terrifying reputation for picking apart visiting opponents. No one wants to face the imposing Seahawks at home or en route to the Super Bowl, after all, head coach Pete Carroll’s motto is “Always Compete. Win Forever.” Want to help bring the house down as the 12th Man? We’ve got all the info you need to win it with the Seahawks and be there as they soar their way to the top of the division and into playoffs!
Seattle Seahawks NFC Championship Tickets
This past Saturday, the Seahawks dominated the New Orleans Saints in the Divisional round of playoffs. Now, the Hawks Nest will play host to familiar foes, the San Francisco 49ers, in a battle for the NFC title–definitely the NFC match everyone was hoping for. These two west coast teams have developed quite a bitter rivalry, and they are sure to give each other a pounding this Sunday during the Championship game. Lucky for NFC fans, the average price of NFC Championship tickets on the resale market is down 34% (from 1/6/14) and are $87 less than AFC Championship tickets on average, so you can definitely snag a good deal!
The cheapest tickets for the NFC Championship game at CenturyLink Field are located in the Upper Level Endzone for $327. These are immediately followed by Upper Level Corner seats, which run from $354-$373. Tickets cap off at $3585 for Lower Charter seats to get an up close view of the physical game. Can the No.1 Hawks defense stop Jim Harbaugh and the 49ers from achieving their third consecutive conference crown? The teams split both games in the regular season, so you’ve got to be in the Emerald City for this exciting rubber match!
Seattle Seahawks Playoff Tickets – Ticket Prices
Seattle Seahawks tickets are always among the hottest of the week no matter what the opponent they meet. The Hawks clinched NFC’s No. 1 seed, earning Seattle a first round bye and home field advantage in the playoffs. Here’s a look at the price of Seahawks playoffs tickets.
|Date||Round||Venue||Projection||Get-In Price||Avg. Price|
|1/12/13||NFC Divisional Game: New Orleans Saints at Seattle Seahawks||CenturyLink Field||New Orleans vs. Seattle||$193||$361|
|1/19/14||NFC Championship Game: San Francisco at Seattle Seahawks||CenturyLink Field||San Francisco vs. Seattle||$327||$711|
|2/2/14||Super Bowl XLVIII: Seahawks vs. Broncos||MetLife Stadium||Denver vs. Seattle||$2,042||$4,027|
*Table updated 1/19/14
Cheap Seattle Seahawks Playoff Tickets
These NFC heavyweights are one of the most exciting teams to watch live, from action under center as Russell Wilson blasts off scrambling and Marshawn Lynch erupting another Beast Quake, to shut down cornerback Richard Sherman picking off passes like its nobody’s business (but his). With all-stars like this, it can be hard to find affordable seats, but here are a couple of options for cheaper tickets: for both playoff games listed, Upper Level Corner seats are the best find: starting at $160 (down $118 from 12/30/13). Tickets in the Upper Level Sideline section start just under $300, and are the best deal for the Hawk’s Wild Card or Divisional Game. The starred section below designates the cheapest prices.
The starting price is nearly doubled for the NFC Championship Round: our cheapest seats are in the Lower Level, at just $630 (starred). Tickets are only $402 in Section 325, followed by Upper Level Corner seats at a $414 minimum.
UPDATE 1/13/14- The cheapest NFC Championship game tickets at CenturyLink are now found in the Upper Level Endzone for $350 (Section 318). These are followed by Upper Level Corner tickets for $354 (Section 301).
Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl Tickets
Can the boys take it all the way? Pete Carroll and crew have no doubt about that. With the SB XLVIII road carved through Seattle, the Hawks look unstoppable, currently sitting with a 14-game win streak at home and looking to extend it. You can’t tailgate this year at MetLife Stadium—that’s right, no grilling, drinking, partying or pick-up gaming—so, thoughts of the Hawks blazing down the field will just have to keep you warm.
UPDATE 1/13/14- Super Bowl tickets are $2,241 to get-in and $3847 on average, rising $395 in price since last Monday (1/6/14). After the AFC and NFC Championship games are over and the winners are picked, tickets typically shoot up in value before settling the weekend before the big game.
Seattle Seahawks Playoff Schedule
The Hawks are favored to win-out the season (over Cardinals and Rams), if they do so, they will be granted much-needed rest with a first round bye and home field advantage throughout the playoffs. Here are our highly plausible, best-win scenario, series of projections: As the No.1 seed Seattle would host the lowest-seeded Wild Card Round winner, possibly division rivals the San Francisco 49ers. Shutting down the Niners would advance the Hawks to the NFC Championship Game, where Wilson will go head to head against idol Drew Brees and the Saints, hoping for a repeat rout. Supposing all goes well, the Hawks will head to the Super Bowl amidst frigid temperatures and possible snowfall in New Jersey, presumably pitted against the Denver Broncos. Get ready to see Seattle’s offense erupt in postseason like never before, while the Legion of Boom secondary, including Earl Thomas, attempts to leave Peyton Manning option-less with some key stops. If Pete Carroll can keep his boys focused against the veteran Manning (who will be the first QB ever to reach the postseason in 13 seasons), and if the Hawks can avoid the massive penalties that have plagued them all season, seeing Seattle hoist the Vince Lombardi trophy is a viable outcome indeed.
|1/12/13||NFC Divisional Game: New Orleans at Seattle||CenturyLink Field||Seattle Wins|
|1/19/14||NFC Championship Game: San Francisco at Seattle||CenturyLink Field||Seattle Wins|
|2/2/14||Super Bowl XLVIII||MetLife Stadium||Denver vs. Seattle|
*Table updated 1/13/14
Seattle Seahawks Playoff Seating Chart
Be a part of the notorious roaring CenturyLink Field crowd this season and get your “12th Man” tickets today! Below you’ll find a map of the stadium. Naturally, the higher the section the cheaper the price, although a couple sideline seats in the Lower Level are among the most affordable tickets, especially in the NFC Championship Game. Club seats for both games are the priciest in the playoffs: sit above the visitor’s sideline for $1428 for the Wildcard/Divisional Round, and up to $2490 for the NFC Championship.
Seattle Seahawks Playoff News
- Is Russell Wilson destined to be the next Bo Jackson?
“The Rockies owned the rights to Wilson’s baseball career until Thursday, when the Texas Rangers selected Wilson in the Rule 5 Draft — an annual MLB winter meetings event in which teams can pluck “unprotected” players from other clubs at a modest cost.”
- Opponents try different approach against the Legion of Boom
“Seattle free safety Earl Thomas said he thought the San Francisco 49ers deliberately tried to avoid him last weekend and didn’t run many pass plays over the middle in his direction.”
- Linebacker K.J. Wright hopes for a playoff return
“Seattle Seahawks linebacker K.J. Wright, who suffered a broken bone in his foot during Sunday’s loss at San Francisco, had surgery this week and hopes to return to his team in the playoffs.”
- Marshawn Lynch’s DUI trial likely to be postponed until after the Super Bowl
“Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch is preparing to take his DUI case to trial, but the court date likely will postponed from Dec. 27, attorney Ivan Golde said.”
- Percy Harvin’s return is essential in Seahawks playoff run
“The Seattle Seahawks risked trading a first- and seventh-round pick for Percy Harvin because the dynamic receiver brings the explosiveness the offense needs to push this team over the Super Bowl hump.”
- Seahawks fans boycott Dr. Dre’s “Beats by Dre” because of commercial featuring 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick
“Dr. Dre apparently didn’t remember that people in Seattle buy headphones, too. The “Beats by Dre” line of headphones added 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick as an endorser.”
Not that it matters, because the Seahawks are Drake certified.
Official Seahawks Playoff Updates
Stay posted with the latest playoff news from Seattle Seahawks official accounts:
- Seahawks Facebook
- Seahawks News
- Seahawks Twitter
- Seahawks Instagram
- Pete Carroll Official Twitter
- Russell Wilson Official Twitter
- Richard Sherman Official Twitter