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7/22/14 – If you plan to attend the open-to-the-public New England Patriots training camp days this week, don’t fret if you fail to see Rob Gronkowski on the practice field. The tight end is on track to start during Week 1 of the regular season, but he will be most likely be placed on the physically unable to perform list for camp, alongside nose tackle Vince Wilfork who is also eyeing a Sept. 7 return. See this bone-crushing duo back at full strength with New England Patriots tickets at the start of the 2014 season. The Pats will travel down to Miami for their Week 1 game against the Dolphins; tickets are in high demand for this match, but you can secure Patriots tickets on Razorgator for as low as $65.
7/16/14 – New England Patriots tickets rank in the top five priciest NFL teams. The average ticket at Gillette Stadium for the Patriots’ 2014 season currently stands at $363.83—a 31.1% increase in price since last year. The Pats do know how to entertain, and the fact that the team has posted seasons above .500 in the last 14 years, have won three Super Bowls (and appeared in two more championships) since 2001 shows the proof in the pudding. The most expensive home game of the year is, predictably, the Brady Vs. Manning bout, which averages at $517.21 and offers a get-in value of $169. The cheapest New England Patriots tickets at home are found in their Week 17 matchup against the Buffalo Bills, averaging $278.45 a seat.
7/9/14 – USA Today recently ranked the New England Patriots as the smartest franchise in the league, having a regular season record of 61-19 from 2009-13 with payrolls that were consistently in the bottom half of the NFL. This comes thanks in large part to the one-two punch of Bill Belichick and Tom Brady. Not to mention, their highly productive draft picks through the years, their enigmatic strategies and terse media relations—all components of “The Patriots Way” that makes this team so predominant. See this sharp team in exactly one month for the first game of preseason with New England Patriots tickets. Pay an incredibly low $8 for their Aug 8 visit to the Washington Redskins at FedEx Field.
7/2/14 –Bill Belichick and his New England “Patriots Way” may be near flawless, but this is football and nothing ever goes as planned. The Patriots built one of the most promising secondaries in recent years coming into the 2014 season; unfortunately they’ll be missing their No. 2 cornerback for the first four games. Brandon Browner will be out of the Pats lineup to start the year, following his violation of the NFL’s policy on PEDs while on the Seahawks last season. Luckily, the sidelining comes at a relatively calm part of New England’ schedule, as the Pats are pitted against Miami, Minnesota, Oakland and Kansas City—none of whom exclusively run a deep passing game. If you’re a Browner fan, score New England Patriots tickets when they host the Cincinnati Bengals on Oct 5. Get into Gillette Stadium for a $120 minimum.
6/24/14 – It may be summer break, but New England Patriots workhorse Tom Brady won't be taking any days off. The quarterback is one of many signal callers in the NFL currently seeking guidance from former MLB pitcher Tom House (founder of the National Pitching Association) to fine tune skills and improve play. The legendary arm guru even likened Brady to Hall of Fame pitcher Nolan Ryan, as the 36 year-old intends to play "beyond 40." Pats fan or not, it’s exciting to imagine that Brady can get even better than his recent level of play. If you want to see Brady’s improvement in action then score New England Patriots tickets now!
6/17/14 – The New England Patriots have kicked off their three-day minicamp today, though don’t expect anything radically different than what the team has been doing all month. Unlike other squads, Bill Belichick and the Patriots have had outstanding attendance through the offseason, mandatory or not. Things to look out for are the assimilation of veteran Darrelle Revis on the Pats’ secondary, the return of Vince Wilfork post Achilles surgery, and how newly acquired free agent rookie Seali’i Epenesa fares at defensive tackle. Get your New England Patriots tickets and see how these components iron out before start of season!
6/10/14- Tom Brady passionately addressed the New England Patriots, stating, “I think winning games is the most important thing, certainly for this organization,” throwing in some mental training along with physical practice. Patriots fans are undoubtedly overjoyed to hear this from their franchise QB, who will enter the season as he always does: chock full of determination towards another Super Bowl victory. What’s more, other New England teammates are bursting with the same energy as their lieutenant; defensive huddle leader Jerod Mayo is back on the field, after tearing his pectoral muscle last October. The Pats can hardly contain their fortitude heading into preseason, see them unleash in 2014 with New England Patriots tickets!
6/3/14 - Still looking to beat the Denver Broncos in the offseason "arms race," the New England Patriots top the rumor headlines this week, following a visit from a very valuable player. Needing to add depth at tight end, the Patriots are reportedly in talks to sign Jermichael Finley (Green Bay), who missed most of last season because of an acute neck injury. With Rob Gronkowski's health always a factor and the Aaron Hernandez debacle, rookie Asa Watson is the only other option at the position. Will New England be toting a flashy new tight end in 2014? Score New England Patriots tickets to find out!
5/28/14 - The 2014 NFL Draft and free agency may have come and gone, but the New England Patriots aren't done picking up acquisitions. Belichick and company have signed two rookie free agent wide receivers: Wilson Van Hooser (Troy State) and Reese Wiggins (East Carolina). The roster has now reached the maximum of 90 players—but not all will make the team this summer. Get your New England Patriots tickets now and see which men are left standing in 2014!
5/19/14 - With rookie minicamp coming to a close, the New England Patriots filled out their roster even further, signing a handful of players in the last week. The Pats recently inked deals with rookie free agents Malcolm Butler, Taylor McCuller and Derrick Johnson, which brings New England's squad up to 87 players—three away from the 90-man limit during voluntary OTAs. It is palpable that the Pats are interested in adding depth at linebacker, holding tryouts for veterans like James Anderson, Stevenson Sylvester and Marvin Mitchell last week. Stay tuned because the organization will likely wait until June 1 to secure veterans, as they do not count as compensatory pick. Get your New England Patriots tickets now to see the finished product take shape after summer!
5/13/14- The New England Patriots' 2014 NFL Draft class has left many scratching their heads—though we all know Bill Belichick is precisely calculated in every move he makes. New England drafted a player with injury concerns (DT Dominique Easley, two knee surgeries), picked a QB as early as Round 2 (Jimmy Garappolo), traded down in Round 3, selected a special teams standout (Jemea Taylor), and an undersized receiver (Jeremy Gallon). With each subsequent pick, it became clear that the Pats were concerned with building the franchise for the future, as opposed to selecting to fill immediate holes (TE, RB, S) this year. The nine rookies will add even more depth to their roster; see what Belichick plans to do with the additions in 2014 with New England Patriots tickets!
4/17/14 - The New England Patriots are gunning to win the AFC arms race with these big offseason moves: in addition to re-signing Julian Edelman, they picked up Darrelle Revis, Brandon Browner and Brandon LaFell. See how the new-look squad fares with New England Patriots tickets for preseason 2014! The Pats will open their four exhibition games at the Washington Redskins during Week 1—where New England's re-built secondary will try their hand against a fresh RG3. The Patriots will then travel back to Gillette for back-to-back games: Week 2 brings the Eagles into town and Week 3 brings the Panthers. New England will conclude preseason with a visit to the younger Manning, at the New York Giants on Aug 28. The Pats tend to set up joint practices with visiting teams, so expect to see Chip Kelly on the sidelines with Belichick this summer.
2/12/14 – Will either of the Patriots top two free agents - Aqib Talib or Julian Edelman – resign with New England? Talib was injured in the last two Championship games but the corner’s contributions on defense make him a candidate for a big contract. For two consecutive years, New England has begun the offseason with their leading receiver a free agent; Edelman has lined himself up, to pocket some big money! “Minitron” quickly became one of Tom Brady‘s favorite wide receivers, with over 100 catches and 1,000 plus yards on the season. But, will the Pats put their money elsewhere; perhaps for a TE or bigger WR? While we wait to find out, let’s take a look at the Patriots 2014 opponents at Gillette Stadium: Broncos, Bills, Dolphins, Bengals, Bears, Lions, and Raiders.
1/13/14 - The stage is set for yet another Tom Brady-Peyton Manning showdown in round three of playoffs. The Patriots handled Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts on Saturday, with a strong 43-22 victory, to set up the AFC postseason dream game. Plagued by injuries and a dwindling roster, New England has arguably been the most exciting team to watch this season, with Brady carrying the novice team all the way to the AFC Conference Championship, but can Bill Belichick take this team to Super Bowl XLVIII? Will Brady prove he is Manning’s kryptonite this Sunday at Mile High? You've got to be there to see the postseason game we’ve all been waiting for. New England Patriots tickets are $797 on average and $336 at the cheapest.
1/6/14 - Tom Brady and company will come out of their first round bye week to take on the Indianapolis Colts this Saturday at Gillette Stadium. Andrew Luck looked like Tom Brady in the Wild Card round when he rallied past Kansas City to advance to the AFC divisional round, but Bill Belichick won't let that happen this playoff weekend. Score New England Patriots tickets for just $254—the cheapest average price this round.
12/30/13 - On a rain-soaked Sunday, the New England Patriots defeated the Buffalo Bills, 34-20, with the help of show-stopping RB LaGarrette Blount. With the win, the Patriots are kings of the AFC East and scored a first-round bye, despite missing the No. 1 seed to Denver. New England will return on January 11 for the AFC Divisional game to host the highest remaining seeded winner of the Wild Card round: the Bengals are favored to square off against the undefeated-at-home Patriots after Wild Card weekend. Get ready to watch Tom Brady's offensive prowess size up against one of the toughest defenses in the league. New England Patriots tickets are a steal, with the lowest average among second round playoff games, at just $381 on average and $142 to get-in!
12/23/13 - The New England Patriots bowled over the Baltimore Ravens with a breezy 41-7 victory on the road. The Patriots frustrated the Super Bowl defenders who knocked them out of playoffs last year, and put the heat on Joe Flacco, who threw two interceptions and could not escape the pressure from an uncompromising front seven. With the Miami Dolphins' loss to the Buffalo Bills later in the day, the Pats secured their 5th straight AFC East title (and 10th in 11 seasons), while Bill Belichick scored his 11th division crown. New England is set to host Buffalo in their last regular season game this Sunday, tickets are moderately price at $223 on average, but $130 minimum.
12/16/13- The New England Patriots failed to clinch both a division title and the No.1 seed in the AFC when they fell to the resurgent Miami Dolphins, 20-24, in Florida on Sunday. Tom Brady could not rally the team for another come-from-behind performance, his last-ditch fourth-down pass intercepted in the end zone with two seconds left. Next week is critical for both playoff gunners. New England will meet Baltimore on Sunday afternoon, with an opportunity to snap the Ravens' playoff chances. New England Patriots tickets average at $217 and $94 minimum to see the boys bounce back on the road.
12/10/13 - The New England Patriots snuck away with another come-from-behind victory, this time, against the Cleveland Browns (26-27). Weighted more heavily than the W, is the loss of Rob Gronkowski, who suffered a season-ending MCL and ACL tear from taking a helmet-to-knee hit. Tom Brady will have to make do (again) without his No.1 tight end and with his rookies, starting in Miami against the Dolphins this weekend. If the Pats continue to find ways to triumph adversity, they could clinch the AFC East crown Sunday and be one game away from stealing the No.1 seed in the conference from Denver. New England Patriots tickets in sunny Florida are some of the highest of the week, at $222 on average, but just $24 to get in.
12/3/13 - The New England Patriots nearly fell to the Houston Texans on Sunday, but ultimately escaped with a 34-31 win. A shorthanded defense, plagued by injury, caused the Pats to fall behind early (again!) and forced another comeback victory. The change in pace provoked Texans’ DE Antonio Smith to comments alleging “spying on or scouting on” Houston during practice (Spygate 2?). Rather than getting caught up in fallacious accusations, the Pats are focused on the Cleveland Browns, and finding a way to jam elite receiver Josh Gordon next Sunday. New England Patriots tickets are the third highest of the week, at $262 on average.
11/26/13 - The Comeback Kid has done it again—but this time it feels better than ever. The New England Patriots are now the team to beat in the AFC, defeating Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos 34-31. Falling behind a whopping 24 points by halftime, things were looking dismal for the Pats, but then again, with Tom Brady at the helm, no deficit and no team is too much to handle; New England brought it to 31-all, before getting into field goal position for the game-winning kick in overtime. Bill Belichick and company are just one game away from clinching a home game spot in the postseason rush, and they look to their next victims, the Houston Texans, this week to get that much closer. New England Patriots tickets start at just $18 this Sunday; probably the cheapest you’ll find for the Pats this season as playoffs are approaching!
11/19/13- The New England Patriots lost to the Carolina Panthers, 24-20, in a wild Monday Night Football game that came down to the final play and a controversial picked up penalty. Tom Brady marched his squad down the field for a last-chance 4th quarter play, heaving a TD pass to Rob Gronkowski, who was “bear-hugged” in the end zone and received a flag. Officials subsequently reversed the penalty, deeming Gronk “uncatchable” to the dismay of NE fans who felt cheated out of a pass interference call, and ultimately the victory. Next week the Patriots will hope to turn things around, and are pitted against the Denver Broncos for one of the most eagerly awaited matchups of the year! The Brady-Manning showdown boasts the highest priced tickets of the week, at $479 on average, and a lofty $138 at the lowest. Be there when the two supermen square off in a game everyone will be talking about!
11/12/13 - The New England Patriots will be coming off their bye week to face the scorching Carolina Panthers, whose defense is primed to pounce on the injury laden Patriots that are nearing recovery. In their last game, New England marshaled over 600 points on offense, as Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski went to work to crush the Steelers 31-55. For one of the most anticipated MNF games this season, New England Patriots tickets are $218 on average.
11/4/13 - Spirits are high as the New England Patriots had a banner Sunday, thrashing the Pittsburgh Steelers 55-31. Tom Brady had a stunning game, throwing 23 of 33, completing TD passes to Amendola, Gronkowski (seven catches) and two to Aaron Dobson, while running back Stevan Ridley rushed for 115 yards and two TDs. In the end, the three Pats receivers wound up with a 100-plus-yards game and Brady finished with a season-high 432 yards. Tom Brady and company are heading into a much needed bye week, after a rough Sunday game saw receiver Austin Collie, safety Steve Gregory, defensive end Rob Ninkovich and Alfonzo Dennard all leave the game early with injuries, adding to the plethora the team is already dealing with. The Pats will return Week 11 to face the Carolina Panthers.
10/28/13 - The New England Patriots surmounted a dismal start for a come-from-behind win over the Miami Dolphins, 27-17. Tom Brady has led the team to a 6-2 record, despite gaping holes in the roster, and last Sunday he rallied the squad to overcome a horrendous first half 14-point deficit, starting with 2 touchdowns in 7 plays, after intermission. Right tackle Sebastian Vollmer sustained a leg injury at Miami, joining the long list of the Pats’ walking wounded. New England just has to get through their Week 9 game before entering a much needed bye week, for time to heal integral players (and Brady’s atrociously swollen knuckles). Ben Roethlisberger and Brady will face off when the Pats host the Pittsburgh Steelers, who are trudging out of Oakland with a loss and a 2-5 record. New England Patriots tickets for Sunday afternoon are (again) the highest priced of the week: $135 to get in and a steep $468 on average.
10/22/13 - The New England Patriots were cut down on Sunday, in a bizarre overtime loss to the New York Jets. A controversial penalty involving a “pushing” call, a new NFL rule which made its game-deciding debut on Sunday, resulted in a 15-yard penalty and determined the field goal position for the Jets, who were able to sink it for the 30-27 win. Bill Belichick takes the blame for the technically good call, despite talk of the Patriots being “robbed” on the ruling. Still, the Patriots let their guard down, allowing the Jets to squeak by them after building a 21-10 lead in the first half of the game, delineating from Tom Brady’s pick-six in the third quarter to New York’s Anthony Allen, who returned it 23 yards for a touchdown. On the bright side, tight end Rob Gronkowski returned to the Patriots, alleviating some pressure on the offense, with a game-high eight catches for 114 yards. The Patriots will return home and hope to brush off their recent defeat, to take on the Miami Dolphins in Week 8. New England Patriots tickets boast the priciest average seats at $437—the most anticipated game of Week 8.
10/16/13 - Tom Brady and the New England Patriots have done it again. After Pats receivers had a seemingly contagious number of drops through the course of the game, Tom Terrific led a stunning one minute 70-yard touchdown drive down the gridiron, with no timeouts, surmounting in a huge TD pass to rookie Kenbrell Thompkins at 5 seconds left in the game. Sunday’s matchup is already considered one of the greatest comebacks in Brady’s regular season career. New England moves to 5-1 on the season and, in doing so, end the Drew Brees’ and the Saints winning streak. The Pats suffered a couple of jarring injuries in the Saints’ matchup: Aqib Talib, tremendously successful at shutting down major threat Jimmy Graham, left the game with a hip injury, Danny Amendola endured a rough hit, may have suffered a concussion, and was helped off the field, and linebacker Jerod Mayo tore his pectoral muscle and will be out for the remainder of the season. Bill Belichick and company will meet Rex Ryan and the New York Jets next Sunday at MetLife Stadium. New England Patriots vs. New York Jets tickets are the third hottest of the bunch, averaging at $211 a seat.
10/8/13 - The high flying New England Patriots have been brought back down to earth after a humbling 6-13 defeat at the hands of the Cincinnati Bengals and their unyielding defense. A disappointed Tom Brady fell just two games short of breaking Drew Brees’ all time NFL record of throwing at least one touchdown through 54 games. Amidst a deluge of rain that withered the QB’s last-chance drive to tie up the game, New England was denied their winning streak, falling to 4-1. The Patriots performed their worst offensive showing in the Brady period, with just 6 points on the board. While Danny Amendola came back to play in Sunday’s game, key tight end Rob Gronkowski may make his season debut in Week 6, after a battery of back injuries and 4 forearm surgeries plagued the star in the off season. The New England Patriots will try and shrug off Sunday's lowly defeat as they head home to host Drew Brees and the undefeated New Orleans Saints in a clash of titans. New England Patriots tickets are expectedly the most expensive game of the week, averaging at $423 and $166 being the lowest price; Patriots vs. Saints tickets are also the most expensive New Orleans road game.
9/24/13 - Bill Belichick and company have maximized their efforts despite a lack of wide receivers for quarterback Tom Brady, including Danny Amendola and Shane Vereen- not to mention the anxiously awaited return of Rob Gronkowski. Coinciding with rookie receivers Aaron Dobson and Kenbrell Thompkins’ determination to assist Brady, it is the Patriots resolute defense who have tied for the fewest touchdowns allowed through the first three games, that has protected their undefeated record thus far. The 3-0 Patriots’ will face a demanding schedule, playing the Falcons this Sunday, with the Bengals and Saints following after. The tough matchup in Atlanta at the Georgia Dome is averaging $174 a ticket.
New England Patriots 2014 Season
Based on average ticket prices in the NFL
, the New England Patriots are the most in-demand team of the year. While Patriots tickets are 21 percent cheaper than last year at this time, Patriots tickets are the most expensive in the league, averaging $434 over eight games at Gillette Stadium. A Brady vs. Manning matchup always brings hype and this year is no different; the November 2 meeting is the third most expensive game on the NFL schedule this year (avg. $554). Last year’s AFC finalists are again this year’s favorites and consistently makes for a great game between future Hall of Famers. Last year’s Broncos at Patriots games averaged $722 immediately following the release of the NFL schedule; surprising considering every year that passes, brings up the question if this will be the last time we see these two quarterbacks face off. Another highlight on the Patriots schedule is Week 7 when former Jet standout Darrelle Revis hosts New York (avg. $375). The 2014 campaign will mark the third straight year that the Pats have matched up against the Jets on Thursday Night Football. In all, New England will play each of the AFC East rivals twice and will face each of the AFC West and NFC North teams once.
The New England Patriots are once again poised for a successful season after falling one win short of the Super Bowl last year. The Patriots are expected to win their fifth consecutive AFC East title and are among the 2014 Super Bowl favorites. Ticket prices reflect these lofty expectations, as the Patriots have the most expensive home tickets in the NFL. The average regular season price of $468 in Foxborough is 2.5x more than league average and 14% higher than the Chicago Bears, who have the second-highest prices. Those looking to find cheap Patriots tickets should attend the 12/29 game against the Buffalo Bills. This Week 17 matchup to end the regular season is the least expensive home game on the Patriots schedule in 2013, with Bills vs. Patriots tickets averaging $335.
The most significant offseason move by the Patriots was their decision to part ways with longtime receiver Wes Welker and their subsequent signing of former St. Louis Rams wide receiver Danny Ammendola. Welker returns to face the Patriots in Week 12 on 11/24 in the most expensive game this NFL season, with Denver Broncos vs. New England Patriots tickets at an average price of $657. The Patriot’s offseason took a surprising turn with their signing of Tim Tebow and added another element to their rivalry with the New York Jets. Average price for the Jets vs. Patriots game at Gillette Stadium in New England in Week 2 is $501 and currently the fifth most expensive game on the secondary market. Their game in Week 7 in New York is more affordable, averaging $302.