Kansas City Chiefs tickets are notoriously hard to get. In fact, the team had a streak of 156 consecutive sellouts. Demand for Chiefs tickets will pick right up again in 2013 as the team’s loyal fan base embraces the young, hungry squad lead by quarterback Alex Smith, running back Jamaal Charles, and wide receiver Dwayne Bowe. View our Arrowhead Stadium seating chart and pick out the Kansas City Chiefs tickets that work best for you!
Learn more about our 100% Guarantee »
Kansas City Chiefs 2013 News and Updates
12/10/13 - Kansas City sports fans are feeling great after their winning weekend: Sporting KC
clinched the MLS Cup
Saturday and the Kansas City Chiefs routed the Washington Redskins, 45-10, a day later. The Chiefs snapped their three-game losing skid by embarrassing RG3 and company on home turf; KC scored on their first four possessions and sacked the QB 5 times, while special teams was dynamic, scoring on a punt and kickoff return. The Chief’s fearful reputation has been restored with the squad back to intimidating postseason hopefuls, and in Week 15 they look to dominate the Raiders in Oakland. Kansas City Chiefs tickets fare at $96 on average and $42 to start in fairer West coast weather .
12/3/13 - The Kansas City Chiefs' season is sliding, having been handed their third straight loss and a season sweep by the Denver Broncos on Sunday, losing 35-28. Though they still own one of the best records (9-3), the Chief’s late-season slump has granted the Broncos the No.1 seed in the AFC and KC stands 1 ½ games behind them in the West. Despite the loss, Jamaal Charles was flawless, accruing over 1,000 rushing yards in four straight seasons after the Broncos match. Watch-out now! The Chiefs will be hungry for redemption and back-to-back wins on their 2-game road trip, first pitted against the Washington Redskins. Kansas City Chiefs tickets are a deal this week, with a get-in price of only $5!
11/26/13 - The Kansas City Chiefs suffered their second straight loss of the season, falling to the San Diego Chargers in a stunning 41-38 upset at Arrowhead Stadium. The Chargers brought their A-game and held strong against the notoriously tough KC defense, rallying for 17-points in the fourth quarter. The Chiefs put up their most points all season, with Alex Smith throwing for 292 yards and 3 TDs, but the entire KC nation was shocked by Philip Rivers’ game-winning TD pass with 24 seconds left. The Chiefs will try and brush off the last two weeks before facing Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos, who will be hungry for a win after being unceremoniously deposed by Tom Brady and the Patriots on Sunday. Kansas City Chiefs tickets when they host the Broncos are going fast, at $207 on average.
11/19/13- In Sunday’s AFC showdown, #1 Chiefs defense fell to the #1Broncos offense for Kansas City’s first loss of the season (17-27). The usually sack-happy defense could not penetrate the Bronco’s O-line and the Chiefs recorded zero hits on Peyton Manning. KC’s weakness lies in the offense, which is ill-equipped to play catch-up football after falling behind early, ultimately putting their 9 game winning streak to an end. The Chiefs will have their chance to avenge defeat in two weeks, but first, KC must play the San Diego Chargers this Sunday (while the Broncos visit the Patriots). Kansas City Chiefs tickets are considerably cheaper this week against the Chargers—just $36 to get in!
11/12/13 - Still undefeated, Kansas City will look to extend their reign in the AFC come Sunday, in one of the biggest games of the season. In Week 11, the Chiefs travel to Denver to go head to head against the 8-1 Broncos, a team many believe to better than KC regardless of what the record says. Can the Chiefs finally silence the naysayers and put to rest doubts on their season? Will their stalwart defense be able to stifle Peyton Manning? It seems everyone wants to find out, as Kansas City Chiefs tickets are the most in demand of Week 11, at $463 on average and a pricey $213 minimum.
11/5/13 - The Chiefs have done it again, to extend their perfect season to 9-0, following their 23-13 victory over the Buffalo Bills. A squad that is certainly more reliable, the Chiefs defense was routed (except for cornerback Sean Smith's incredible 100-yard pick six dash) being outgained 470 to 210 yards on Sunday. KC offense was discreet, as characteristic: Alex Smith has yet to throw a TD pass in four of the last five games, and the Chiefs are the 16th ranked offense in the league with 23.9 points per game, compared to the Denver Broncos’ 42.9 points, who they will meet next. For now, the Chiefs are on their bye, but they will come back eager to play the AFC West leaders next Sunday at Mile High. If they do defeat Peyton Manning and company, the naysayers will undeniably be silenced—you won’t want to miss it!
10/29/13 - The Chiefs move to 8-0, with their most recent defeat of the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, 23-17. KC’s defense again proved that they are at the heart of this game-winning machine: having allowed just 12.3 points per game, and leading the NFL in sacks and turnovers. New starter Jason Campbell gave the Chiefs a bit of a run, as the defense struggled to maintain their pass rush, but Alex Smith and company never faltered after putting up 20 points in the first half. The Chiefs have yet to play a winning team this season, but that will change at the midway point: KC is set to play the Colts, Broncos and Chargers. For Week 9, the Chiefs will venture to Buffalo to take on the Bills, reeling from their loss to the Saints on Sunday. Kansas City Chiefs tickets are a moderately priced $101 on average.
10/22/13 - Andy Reid and the Kansas City Chiefs have outlasted all other teams to remain 7-0 on the season, boasting the only undefeated record left of 2013. With their 17-16 triumph over the Houston Texans, Kansas City is the first team in NFL history to start a season 7-0 after having the worst record in the previous season. Sunday’s game went down to the wire, as the Chiefs scooted past the Texans with a punt at 2 minutes left and afterwards letting the time run out on the clock. Consistent performances from a most dominant defense, solid running back Jamaal Charles (123 yards), and a tough Alex Smith (just 4 interceptions on the season) at the helm, the Chiefs have proven they are the real deal. Blessed with a relatively easy schedule, the Chiefs will, in all likelihood, extend their win streak over the next two weeks as they are set to play the Browns and then the Buffalo Bills. For Week 8, Kansas City Chiefs tickets average $110 when they host the Cleveland Browns--a reasonable price to see the only flawless team left standing in the league. The average price of Chiefs tickets for remaining home games are up 81% since the beginning of the season; their success on the field has led to the surge in price and is the biggest jump of any team in the NFL.
10/16/13 - The Kansas City Chiefs achieved one of the only home-team victories in Week 6. Alex Smith and company hammered the Oakland Raiders and improve their record to 6-0 on their undefeated season. They are now one of two teams left in the NFL who have maintained a perfect record, the other being the Denver Broncos, who are also from the AFC West and simultaneously tied at the top. The Chiefs’ schedule will present even more opportunities for triumph in upcoming weeks, as they turn to the Houston Texans, Cleveland Browns and the Buffalo Bills in subsequent games. In Sunday’s game, defense was the name of the game, the Chiefs amounted 10 sacks on Raiders quarterback Terrell Pryor, barely giving Oakland's offense a chance at scoring in the second half with constant unflanking pressure down the middle. Chiefs fans at Arrowhead Stadium broke the Guinness World Record for the loudest stadium in the world, at 137.5 decibels, and the thunderous crowd will next host the reeling Houston Texans in Week 7. Kansas City Chiefs tickets are at moderate $117 on average, and $43 to get in.
10/8/13 - Alex Smith and the Kansas City chiefs came out on top in Sunday’s match up against the Tennessee Titans in a 26-17 on the road victory. Kansas City nearly blew their 13-0 halftime lead, but Jamaal Charles’ 1-yard touchdown rush in the fourth quarter secured the Chiefs’ rally to beat the Jake Locker-less Titans. Despite racking up an enormous collection of penalties, the Chiefs’ defense was effective against Ryan Fitzpatrick, making two interceptions on the backup quarterback. The red-hot Chiefs are 5-0 to begin the season and tied for first place in the AFC West with the Denver Broncos. Now with their best start since 2003, the Chiefs will be heading home for three straight games, and will begin their homestay facing off against the Oakland Raiders. Kansas City Chiefs tickets for this Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium are a reasonable $47 to get in.
10/1/13 - Kansas City Chiefs remain undefeated after obliterating the sinking New York Giants on Sunday 31-7. Kansas City had a huge morale boosting game, with a great performance by their consistently steadfast defense, third in the league for fewest yards given up per drive. The game also featured a strong showing offensively, quarterback Alex Smith threw three touchdown passes and Dexter McCluster scored a dazzling touchdown punt return, blazing down the field for 89 yards, and ending his run with an imitation of Giant’s receiver Victor Cruz’s signature salsa dance. Hoping to keep their spot as playoff contenders, the Chiefs will be looking to defeat the Tennessee Titans, whose only loss happened in overtime against the Houston Texans in Week 2. Kansas City Chiefs tickets at Tennessee are moderately priced at $24 to get in, and averaging $114 a seat.
9/25/13 - The Kansas City Chiefs have started off this season right, standing 3-0 coming into Week 4, they are set to play the New York Giants with home field advantage at Arrowhead Stadium. Their defense is on fire, leading the league with 15 sacks through three games, and generating five turnovers last week. The Chief’s offense must improve their pass protection plays in addition to receivers creating more space down the field for Alex Smith if they want to stay solid in the AFC. With two of their wins away, and an advantageous schedule coming up, the Chiefs will be looking to dominate the Giants in Kansas City this Sunday.
Kansas City Chiefs 2013 Season
6/21/13 - The Kansas City Chiefs had a very busy offseason. The Chiefs have a new Head Coach in Andy Reid, a new GM with John Dorsey and a new QB Alex Smith from the San Francisco 49ers
. Also, for the first time in franchise history, the Kansas City Chiefs had the first overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft after finishing last season with a 2-14 record. The Chiefs selected OT Eric Fisher of Central Michigan. Another rookie to watch will be Travis Kelce, who looks to be the Chiefs third tight end on the depth chart behind Tony Moeaki and Anthony Fasano, but will contribute. Training camp starts in one month, and should mark the return of Moeaki from his injury
The Kansas City Star reminded us that fifty years ago, the Chiefs found a home in Kansas City. The Dallas Texans made Kansas City their new home, selling just over 15,000 Chiefs season tickets by the start of their first season. KC Chiefs tickets today are the cheapest in the League, averaging $100 on the secondary market. Every game on the Chiefs schedule is averaging under $100 except the home opener Kansas City Chiefs vs. Dallas Cowboys (avg. $153) and Week 13 matchup Kansas City Chiefs vs. Denver Broncos (avg. $109).