Arizona Cardinals Tickets

QB Carson Palmer and the Cardinals are ready to heat up the NFC West this season. On the receiving end of Palmer's throws are some of the most talented receivers in the NFL, like Larry Fitzgerald, Michael Floyd, John Brown and J.J. Nelson. Plus tight end Jermaine Gresham. Arizona's stacked in the backfield too, featuring running backs David Johnson, Chris Johnson and Andre Ellington. The Cards also bring it on defense. Chandler Jones, Patrick Peterson and Tyrann Mathieu are a force to be reckoned with at home in the Arizona desert and on the road. Few venues rock like University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, and you can score your Arizona Cardinals tickets at Razorgator for all games!
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Arizona Cardinals Ticket Information

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When Is The Best Time To Buy Arizona Cardinals Tickets?

Arizona Cardinals tickets are available as soon as the Cardinals schedule is announced. If you don’t want to miss out on the best seats this season, get tickets today in the section you want before they sell out at University of Phoenix Stadium. Cardinals NFC West divisional matchups are always the most popular tickets, including Cardinals vs Rams tickets, Cardinals vs 49ers tickets and Cardinals vs Seahawks tickets. Arizona Cardinals playoff tickets will be available if and when the Cardinals advance to the NFL postseason. Razorgator has many Arizona Cardinals digital tickets for games at University of Phoenix Stadium too, which are available to purchase up until kickoff and are conveniently delivered to your email. So, even when you need to buy last minute Cardinals tickets, we’ve got you covered!

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Arizona Cardinals News

Before the season began, the Arizona Cardinals were all but crowned as the kings of the NFC West. Now, with only a few weeks remaining, the team is fighting to stay in line for a wild card spot. In week 11, facing a Minnesota Vikings team that hadn’t won since week five, the Cardinals allowed a 100-yard interception return and also gave up a kick return for a touchdown. Those errors proved to be too much to overcome as Arizona went on to lose the game by a final of 30-24. The Cardinals need to start winning immediately if they want to make a postseason run, and the team’s next home game will be on December 4 against the Washington Redskins. Tickets for that matchup start at $39.
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Before the season began, the Arizona Cardinals were predicted to be one of the best teams in the league. They haven’t been able to the best so far, but they are definitely a team that others look out for. Right now they are in second place in the NFC West standings and are holding tight to that position, as the Los Angeles Rams are close on their coattails. Last week the Cardinals were up against the Carolina Panthers who had a worse record than the Cardinals. However, the Panthers were able to put a stop to their four-game losing streak and beat the Cardinals 30-20. The Cardinals have a bye this week, but will hitting the field again on November 13 against the 49ers. Get your tickets today.

After making a surprise run for the No. 1 spot in the NFC West, the Arizona Cardinals were unable to close the deal Sunday night, falling to the Panthers 30-20. Following the loss, the Cards dropped four spots to No. 12 in the NFL power rankings. Arizona’s night wasn’t all ugly, however—J.J. Nelson was on point with eight catches and two touchdowns. Quarterback Carson Palmer also played well, despite a fumble that resulted in a Carolina touchdown. At 3-4-1, Arizona has a long way to go to catch their division leaders and secure a spot in the postseason, but they’re hoping this week’s bye will help them reach that goal. The Cardinals return to action Nov. 13 against the 49ers.

A game that ends in a tie rarely happens in the NFL, but that’s exactly what happened for the Arizona Cardinals last Sunday. They clashed with the Seattle Seahawks at University of Phoenix Stadium, at home in Glendale, Arizona, and demonstrated how both teams need to work on their kicking abilities. Neither Seattle’s Steven Hauschka nor Arizona’s Chandler Catanzaro could make a simple field goal in overtime to win the game. Hauschka almost never misses from the 28-yard line, making the 6 - 6 tie especially confusing for Seahawks’ fans. Arizona will be at it again Sunday, November 13 against the visiting San Francisco 49ers. Tickets to that game are $56 and up.

The Arizona Cardinals beat the Jets 28-3 in their latest outing on October 17, bringing their record to an even 3-3 so far this season. The Cardinals defense only allowed the Jets to get one field goal, while the offense was on point. David Johnson had three touchdowns and rushed for a total of 111 yards. Quarterback Carson Palmer had one touchdown pass and completed 23 of 34 passes for a total of 213 yards, a welcome return after missing last game due to a concussion. However, he left in the final quarter due to a hamstring strain. The Cardinals host the Seahawks on October 23, and you can still get tickets for prices starting at just $3.

A huge win over the San Francisco 49ers has lifted the Arizona Cardinals up four spots to No. 13 in the NFL power rankings this week. The key to this match, and many others the Cards have won, was forcing and recovering turnovers, particularly in the last quarter. This was the case in Thursday’s match, as ‘Niners quarterback Blaine Gabbert’s pass was intercepted by Marcus Cooper in the very first snap of the fourth. This got the Cardinals in field goal position, which gave them a comfy 10-point lead. Arizona will play at home this week, welcoming the New York Jets to University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale on Monday, Oct. 17. Pick up your tickets now—they’ll set you back just $19 and up!

Losing to the Rams 17-13 in Week 4 was hard enough on the Arizona Cardinals, but now it seems that both safety Tyvon Branch and running back Chris Johnson have been added to the injured reserve list after sustaining groin injuries in the Sunday matchup. They join quarterback Carson Palmer, who is currently on concussion watch and is uncertain for Week 5. It’s now up to the coaching staff and team managers to make sure the roster is tweaked and ready to go as the Cardinals travel to Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, to face the 49ers this Thursday, Oct. 6. Tickets for the game are ready for purchase now starting at $18 each.

In Week 4 of the NFL season, the Arizona Cardinals are hopeful that their alternating loss-win record will be in their favor against the Rams this Sunday. In Week 3, the Cardinals failed to defend the run, allowing 208 yards for Buffalo, and had a total of only two yards of offense in their first four possessions. The 33-18 loss to the Bills was disheartening for the Arizona team—they have a talented roster that simply didn’t show up for the game. Hopefully head coach Bruce Arians can help his team get back to where they need to be for Sunday’s home game against the Rams. Get your seats at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale from us today for $21 and up.

The Arizona Cardinals could not believe their Week 1 loss against a Tom Brady-less Patriots team, but they certainly made up for the dismal display in Week 2. Thanks to the talents of Carson Palmer, David Johnson, Larry Fitzgerald and others, the Cardinals absolutely dominated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a jaw-dropping 40 - 7 final score. They managed to score 24 points in the second quarter alone, making them virtually uncatchable for the rest of the game. This week, Arizona will hit the road to take on the Buffalo Bills before returning to University of Phoenix Stadium to host the Los Angeles Rams on October 2. Tickets to that game are $32.

The Arizona Cardinals started their season off by playing one of the toughest teams in the league, the New England Patriots. However, the Cardinals were secretly thrilled that Tom Brady wouldn’t be joining the Patriots on the field due to his four-game suspension. This didn’t seem to hold the Patriots back though, because their second string quarterback, Jimmy Garoppolo did just fine. Garoppolo set up the Patriots for a 23-yard field goal to put the Patriots in the lead 23-21 with 3:44 to play. Unfortunately, the Cardinals weren’t able to answer when their kicker, Chandler Catanzaro missed a 47-yard field goal. See if they can recoup when they take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Tickets start at $3. This week marks the official start to football season, and the Arizona Cardinals are ready to match off against the Patriots on Sunday, September 11. The preseason started out rocky for the Cardinals, with three losses. However, they ended strong with a 38-17 win against the Broncos on September 1. The Cardinals feel confident in their team for this season and believe they have a shot to make it all the way to the Super Bowl this year. The cuts have been made to the team and the players are ready to start the season. Tickets for all games, including the season opener at home against the Patriots, are on sale now. Prices start at just $3.

The NFL preseason is winding down, and with a clearer picture in mind of what teams will look like this year, many sports enthusiasts are making predictions about the postseason. Perhaps one of the strongest contenders for a Superbowl bid are the Arizona Cardinals, who not only have depth and talent at all positions, but who also have players that are working incredibly hard at practices and who have set expectations of themselves to win. One potential opponent could be the New England Patriots, who coincidentally are the Cardinals’ first opponents of the regular season. Don’t miss a single snap or down—get your tickets for Arizona versus the Patriots on Sept. 11 from us today for just $99 and up!

Now is the time of year when student’s head back to school and the weather starts cooling down. This also means that the NFL season is starting in the coming weeks. The Arizona Cardinals are making last minute changes to their roster to make sure they are prepared for the upcoming season. This week there has been talk of the Cardinals taking on a veteran cornerback to add some depth to the team. All of their current corners lack experience, so the Cardinals are checking into Keenan Lewis from the New Orleans Saints. See if they go through with acquiring Lewis when you purchase your tickets today. Their first home game is on September 1, tickets starting at $1.

Football season is right around the corner, and the Arizona Cardinals are preparing for the 2016 season to start on September 11 when they host the Patriots. They lost their first preseason game against Oakland on Friday, August 12, with a final score of 31-10. The biggest news to come out of the team this week is that coach Bruce Arians was released from the hospital after spending a night there due to diverticulitis. He attended practice Wednesday afternoon, although only for a short period of time so he could continue to heal. The Cardinals' next preseason game is in San Diego against the Chargers on August 19. Tickets remain available for all games, and prices for the game against the Chargers start at just $6.

Football season is right around the corner and hardly any team is more excited for a shot at redemption than the Arizona Cardinals. The Phoenix team pressed deep into the postseason last year, facing the Carolina Panthers in the NFC Championship. They ultimately lost to Cam Newton and company, but this is likely not the last we’ve seen of Carson Palmer and his receivers. Arizona took on the Oakland Raiders in a pre-season game over the weekend. Unfortunately, things did not go the Cardinals’ way. Fans should not be alarmed, however, as many of the starting players were not featured. Catch their next home warm up game against the Denver Broncos on September 1. Tickets are $19 and up.

The Arizona Cardinals had a great 2015 season, but it didn’t end with a Super Bowl title. This year, many predict that the Cardinals will be making it to that coveted final game of the season. The Cardinals still don’t have Tyrann Mathieu back from his knee injury last season, but the team is still able to pull off some pretty incredible football without him. Their offense is still versatile and dynamic, leaving their opponents often at a loss at how to defend. See what they can do when they hit the field for their home game opener against the Oakland Raiders on August 12. Tickets are already available and start at $4.

The Arizona Cardinals have officially started their offseason practices, and so far many eyes have been on wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald. It’s the last year of his contract with the team and it’s been no secret that he is anxious to spend more time at home. Despite the rumors that he may be ready to retire, Fitzgerald remains focused on getting ready for the upcoming season. Arizona has kept most of its starting offensive lineup from last year, which is an advantage not only because they’re all familiar with the team dynamic, but also because it gives them a chance to learn the playbook really well. The first game of the season will be Friday, Aug. 12, against the Oakland Raiders. Tickets are available now for only $10!
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Arizona Cardinals Matchups

Cardinals vs 49ers Tickets

Having joined the NFC West in 2002 the Cardinals have had a spicy rivalry with their rivals in Northern California. While the 49ers may have the edge in terms of overall win-loss record, Cardinals fans know that their team is the one to beat in the NFC West this year fresh off a deep playoff run last year. The Cardinals are hoping to repeat the results of their first ever game at University of Phoenix Stadium in 2006 when the Cardinals won 34-27. The Cardinals will need to be ready as they play host to the 49ers on Sunday November 13th.
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Cardinals vs Rams Tickets

A geographic rivalry renewed, the Cardinals and Rams continue the great tradition of Arizona versus Los Angeles as the Rams have moved back to LA. Cardinals fans feel very confident going into the series this year, although the overall record is one of extreme parity featuring a 36-36-2 win/loss ratio. With the Cardinals fresh off their playoff run, the Rams know they’ll need to be ready when they head out to Glendale on Sunday October 2nd. Arizona and Los Angeles will continue their great Southwestern rivalry with a new chapter in the NFL.

Cardinals vs Seahawks Tickets

Arguably the best current rivalry in the NFC West, Cardinals vs Seahawks promises to bring these two avian rivals to new heights in 2016. While separated by over 1,400 miles these two NFC West rivals couldn’t be closer in terms of success. The Seahawks made the Super Bowl two years ago while the Cardinals fell a game short of reaching the ultimate game less than a year ago. Coach Bruce Arians knows he’ll need to prepare his team well if he’s going to take down Pete Carroll’s team and their 12th man. The Cardinals play host to the Seahawks on Sunday, October 23rd.
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Arizona Cardinals Schedule, Game Times & TV Channels

Need to know when the Arizona Cardinals are playing this season? Razorgator has you covered with the complete 2016 Arizona Cardinals schedule, including dates, opponents, game times and TV channels.
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WKDATEOPPONENTTIME (ET)
1Sun, Sep 11vs New England8:30 PM NBC
2Sun, Sep 18vs Tampa Bay4:05 PM FOX
3Sun, Sep 25@ Buffalo1:00 PM FOX
4Sun, Oct 2vs Los Angeles4:25 PM FOX
5Thu, Oct 6@ San Francisco8:25 PM CBS
6Mon, Oct 17vs New York8:30 PM ESPN/WatchESPN
7Sun, Oct 23vs Seattle8:30 PM NBC
8Sun, Oct 30@ Carolina4:25 PM FOX
9BYE WEEK  
10Sun, Nov 13vs San Francisco4:25 PM FOX
11Sun, Nov 20@ Minnesota1:00 PM FOX
12Sun, Nov 27@ Atlanta1:00 PM FOX
13Sun, Dec 4vs Washington4:25 PM FOX
14Sun, Dec 11@ Miami1:00 PM FOX
15Sun, Dec 18vs New Orleans4:05 PM FOX
16Sat, Dec 24@ Seattle4:25 PM FOX
17Sun, Jan 1@ Los Angeles4:25 PM FOX
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