The Arizona Cardinals will use the 2015 preseason schedule to find out more about their defense that went through some major changes during the offseason. First, they lost the man on the sidelines making the calls, as former defensive coordinator Todd Bowles accepted his first NFL head coaching job with the New York Jets. Secondly, the Cardinals lost Darnell Dockett and Antonio Cromartie, two key members to last season’s strong defensive unit.
But the Cardinals welcome back Carson Palmer, a steadying force at the quarterback position after injuries made last season’s offense hard to watch at times. The preseason will be an opportunity for both units to grow, as they look to earn a spot in the playoffs for the second straight season.
With the action getting underway this weekend, below is secondary market information for Arizona Cardinals tickets provided by RazorGator.com.
8/15/2015 | Arizona Cardinals vs. Kansas City Chiefs | University of Phoenix Stadium | Average Price: $34 | Get-in Price: $4
8/22/2015 | Arizona Cardinals vs. San Diego Chargers | University of Phoenix Stadium | Average Price: $41 | Get-in Price: $5
8/30/2015 | Oakland Raiders vs. Arizona Cardinals | O.co Coliseum | Average Price: $36 | Get-in Price: $7
9/3/2015 | Denver Broncos vs. Arizona Cardinals | Sports Authority Field At Mile High | Average Price: $123.59 | Get-in Price: $32
The Cardinals kick off their preseason with two home games against the Chiefs and Chargers. The second home game against the Chargers clocks in a bit more expensive with an average ticket price of $41, compared to the $34 average ticket price for the Week 1 game against the Chiefs.
With the first two games at home, it’s only obvious that the Cardinals hit the road for the final two preseason games. The game in Oakland is the least expensive road game of the two with an average ticket price of $36 with a cheap get-in price of $7. The last and final game is also the Cardinals’ most expensive, as the average ticket price for entrance into Sports Authority Field At Mile High is $123.59, with a get-in price of $32.
The Cardinals are facing some pretty dynamic quarterback and receiver passing duos in their preseason schedule, which should be useful for a defense that is trying to define a few roles before Week 1 of the regular season rolls around.