New Orleans Saints Tickets
Coach Sean Payton is looking for a big turnaround in 2016 and more importantly, a chance at the playoffs. Saints wide receiver Brandin Cooks, running back Mark Ingram, and quarterback Drew Brees return on offense, giving the Black & Gold a great opportunity to rise to the top of a wide-open NFC South. Few venues in sports offer the excitement and atmosphere of the Superdome, so don’t hesitate to secure your New Orleans Saints tickets! Seats are on sale for all home and away games for the NFL regular season—get yours today!
New Orleans Saints Ticket Information
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New Orleans Saints tickets are available as soon as the Saints 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 Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Saints NFC South divisional matchups are always the most popular tickets, including Saints vs Panthers tickets, Saints vs Falcons tickets and Saints vs Buccaneers tickets. New Orleans Saints playoff tickets will be available if and when the Saints advance to the NFL postseason. Razorgator has many New Orleans Saints digital tickets for games at Mercedes-Benz Superdome 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 Saints tickets, we’ve got you covered!
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New Orleans Saints News
If the New Orleans Saints have any hopes of reaching the NFL playoffs, they’d better start on a big winning streak this Sunday against Detroit. At 5-6, New Orleans is in third place in the NFC South, a game behind second-place Tampa Bay and two games behind division leader Atlanta. With a number of other NFC teams vying for Wild Card spots, there is no room for error for the Saints.
New Orleans scored a lopsided 49-21 win over the LA Rams last week. The Saints rolled up 555 yards in the victory and held the Rams to just 247. The Saints face the Lions this Sunday in a critical NFC matchup.
Despite the difference in rankings, many predicted that the No. 22 New Orleans Saints could best the No. 7 Denver Broncos in Week 10’s matchup. A 32-yard pass from Drew Brees found Brandin Cooks in the end zone, a play which tied the game with less than two minutes to play. All the Saints had to do was get the extra point, but a blocked kick led to the Broncos running the ball 84 yards to win the game. Many believe that the runner stepped out of bounds, but ultimately the argument made no difference. Despite the disappointment, New Orleans should feel confident about their abilities going forward. They’ll face the Panthers this Thursday, Nov. 17, at Bank of America Stadium. Our tickets prices start at just $40.
The New Orleans Saints started their season off in a very rough way. They lost their first three games in a row making the team and their fans desperate for a win. Luckily, the Saints pulled off a big W when they defeated the San Diego Chargers on October 2. Since then, things have started to look up. The Saints have won their last four of five games, including their game last week against the San Francisco 49ers. The Saints played one of their best games of the season, beating the 49ers 41-23. See if the Saints can keep up the victories when they take on the successful Denver Bronco on November 13. Tickets are still available from Razorgator.
A significant upswing has the New Orleans Saints in a competitive spot in the NFC South after starting the season at 0-3. Thanks to successful changes made by coaching staff and managers, the Saints have managed to turn things around, winning three of the last four. Sunday’s 25-20 win over the Seahawks started a bit shaky for New Orleans, who allowed their opponents to score in the first quarter after a fumble from running back Mark Ingram. Tim Hightower was called in to replace Ingram and finished with 26 carries for over 100 yards. Up next, the Saints take a trip to San Francisco for a Sunday, Nov. 6, matchup against the Niners. Tickets are available now for $35 and up.
Just when it looked like the New Orleans Saints finally had some steam going, they go and blow it against the Kansas City Chiefs. Drew Brees and the Saints had put on a powerful performance against the Carolina Panthers two weeks ago, going score for score and winning the shootout game 41 - 38. Last Sunday, however, New Orleans simply could not keep pace with Kansas City, losing the match 21 - 27 on the road. This week, the Saints are back in New Orleans and ready to host the Seattle Seahawks. Tickets to the October 30 showdown at Mercedes-Benz Superdome are currently on sale and available for $67 and up.
The New Orleans Saints added another win to their record when they beat the Panthers on October 16 with a final score of 41-38. The game was close, ending with Will Lutz scoring a 52-yard field goal with just 11 seconds left. Drew Brees completed 34 of 49 passes for an impressive 465 yards and four touchdowns. This made for his 15th game to go more than 400-yards, breaking his tie with Peyton Manning for the most in a regular season. This gives the Saints thier second win in a row, after losing their first three games of the season. The Saints will look to add another when they play the Chiefs in Kansas City on October 23. You can still get tickets for $32 and up.
As the players for the New Orleans Saints rested during their Week 5 bye, coaches were busy trying to come up with a plan to help turn the season around. Defensively, the Saints are having a particularly tough time with putting pressure on the opposing quarterback, and that’s one of the issues they addressed at practice this week. Coaches brought in a large group of linebackers and defensive ends to see who might be a good fit to help the team. For Week 6, the Saints are back in action and will welcome the Carolina Panthers to the Superdome on Sunday, Oct. 16. Tickets can be yours today for $47 and up.
It’s been a troubling first month of the season for the New York Giants, who are not where they want to be with a 2-2 record. In last week’s loss to the undefeated Minnesota Vikings, the Giants failed to force turnovers and simply had too many penalties, including a call for taunting on Odell Beckham before halftime. Other mistakes by the special teams meant that New York was down 14-0 heading into the second half, and things didn’t look much better after that. In Week 5, the Giants hope to fix some of their problems before they head to Lambeau Field to play the Packers this Sunday, Oct. 9. Tickets for that game are available now starting at $132.
A close game isn’t what the New Orleans Saints were going for as they faced the Chargers last week, but it sure made an exciting game for the audience! Down by 13 with less than five minutes on the clock, the Saints had luck on their side and recovered two San Diego turnovers. Drew Brees then led his team on a fourth quarter rally, scoring two touchdowns and helping his team overtake the Chargers 35-34. The Saints have a bye this week, so they won’t be back in action until Week 6 when they take on the Carolina Panthers at Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Be prepared for that exciting matchup by purchasing your tickets now! Prices currently start at just $56.
Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints are off to one of the roughest starts of the season in recent history. Although they are still making great plays and reaching the end zone offensively, the defense seems to be unable to stop opponents from doing the same. They most recently lost in a blowout at home against the Atlanta Falcons, losing the match 32 - 45. Chances aren’t much better this week, when the Saints head to San Diego to take on the Chargers. Even more bleak is the following game, which will be against the ferocious Carolina Panthers at home on October 16. Tickets to that game are $54 and up.
The New Orleans Saints have experienced a rough start to the season, losing their first two games by just a few points. Their latest game was in New York against the Giants on September 18, where they lost 13-16. The Saints went into the fourth quarter behind 10-3 and rallied, scoring ten points and tying the game twice. With just three minutes left to play, the two teams were tied. However, the Giants scored a field goal to win the game. Drew Brees completed 29 of 44 passes for a total of 263 yards and one touchdown. The team heads back home to host the Falcons on September 26, and you can still get tickets. Prices start at $52.
Week 1 of the NFL brought a tough loss to the New Orleans Saints, courtesy of the Oakland Raiders. The 35-34 final score was indicative of what the Saints have been lacking in recent years—a decent pass rush. With not a single sack and a mere three hits on the quarterback in the season opener Sunday, head coach Sean Payton spoke of the team’s need to hone in on that aspect of their game. The Saints will have their chance to redeem themselves when they travel to New York to facet the Giants this Sunday, Sept. 18. Kickoff is at 1:00 PM, so don’t be late—get your tickets from us today for $118 and up.
The matchup of the Atlanta Falcons vs. the New Orleans Saints is one that fans of both teams look forward to all year. These two teams have been competitive in the NFC South for a long time, and supporters from both cities feel like their team should finish atop the division this year. As the sun sets on Drew Brees’ amazing career, he doesn’t have that many more chances to conquer Matt Ryan and the falcons when they visit the Superdome. That’s part of what makes this early Monday night matchup so special, when the Falcons come to New Orleans on September 26. Tickets for this primetime game start as low as $62.
The New Orleans Saints charged the field against the Pittsburgh Steelers on August 27 for one of their preseason games. However, from the first snap, the Saints struggled both offensively and defensively. Drew Brees had troubles with his offensive line all night. The Saints starting left tackle, Terron Armstead, picked up his stuff and left unannounced after the first half, which didn’t help the offense in the slightest. Brees was able to finish off 9 of 12 passes, but it only allotted to 78 yards total. The Saints start their season mid-September and are hoping to be able to pull everything together in time for their home opener against the Oakland Raiders. Get your tickets today.
Fans of the New Orleans Saints are breathing a sigh of relief this week after learning that their first-round draft pick won’t be out as long as originally expected. Defensive tackle Sheldon Rankins was injured in the Saints’ opener against the Patriots last week, and many were saying it would be a season-ending injury. After undergoing surgery, team representatives have stated that Rankins will be out six to eight weeks, meaning he could be ready to play by mid-October. Until then, the Saints will rely on Nick Fairley, Bobby Richardson and David Onyemata to cover at the defensive tackle position. New Orleans will head to Houston this Saturday, Aug. 20, to face the Texans in preseason play. Tickets are on sale now!
Having too many strong players in one position is an enviable problem for any NFL team, and it’s one the New Orleans Saints are facing this offseason. Their running game is the strongest it’s been in years, and the Saints are hoping that, along with their notoriously successful passing game, the run will help them to have a booming offense. New Orleans made their preseason debut Wednesday in a 34-22 loss to the Patriots, and will face their second opponents of the preseason—the Houston Texans—on Saturday, Aug. 20, at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. Come cheer on the Saints as they showcase their brand new offense! Tickets are on sale now for $38 and up.
As the New Orleans Saints make changes during the offseason, they might find some relief in their salary cap. Months ago, Brandon Browner announced that he would be leaving the Saints, and he subsequently signed with the Seahawks. Although it has been three months since his official release, the Saints now will see the relief in their books. By having it a post-June 1 release order, they have the choice to push half of the remaining salary cap burden to the 2017 season instead. This helps them to have a bit of breathing space money wise to bring in some free agents before next season. Fans can already purchase tickets to see the Saints in action, with prices starting at $18.
New Orleans Saints Matchups
Saints vs Panthers Tickets
Panthers vs Saints has always been a tenacious matchup seemingly defined by a distinct difference in coaching philosophies. Traditionally the Saints have always had a stifling defense compared to the Panthers blistering offense and this year projects to be no different. Led by Super Bowl champion Drew Brees the New Orleans Saints will be looking to take back the division from their rival Panthers in one of the hottest rivalries in the NFC South. Having been swept last year by the Panthers the Saints will be out for vengeance when they play host to the Panthers on October 6th at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
Saints vs Falcons Tickets
The “Southern Showdown” between Falcons vs Saints is the oldest and deepest rivalry in the NFC South. The first two teams to open play in the Deep South, they exhibit toughness and tenacity that many Saints fans would agree is unmatched within the division. The two teams have always seemed to share a connection amongst their players, whether it is leading scorer, kicker Morten Andersen, or quarterback Bobby Hebert, who played for both teams in the 1990s. With a combined 10 divisional titles between the two teams Saints fans know that the road to another division title runs through Hotlanta. Look for the Saints to take back the series when they host the Falcons on Monday Night Football September 26th at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
Saints vs Buccaneers Tickets
Saints vs Buccaneers is an intense geographic rivalry set in the sweltering heat of the Gulf of Mexico. Having first played each other in 1977 these two teams have played a whopping 47 times, and Saints fans know who has the edge with a 30-17 record over the roguish Buccaneers. Despite the overwhelming record in favor of the Saints the two franchises share similar successes. Both teams have an NFL championship, a conference championship, and a combined 11 division titles between them. If the Saints are to reclaim the NFC South they’ll need to make sure to take the ‘W’ against the Bucs on Christmas Eve at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
New Orleans Saints Schedule, Game Times & TV Channels
Need to know when the New Orleans Saints are playing this season? Razorgator has you covered with the complete 2016 New Orleans Saints schedule, including dates, opponents, game times and TV channels.
|1||Sun, Sep 11||vs Oakland||1:00 PM FOX|
|2||Sun, Sep 18||@ New York||1:00 PM FOX|
|3||Mon, Sep 26||vs Atlanta||8:30 PM ESPN/WatchESPN|
|4||Sun, Oct 2||@ San Diego||4:25 PM FOX|
|5||BYE WEEK|| || |
|6||Sun, Oct 16||vs Carolina||1:00 PM FOX|
|7||Sun, Oct 23||@ Kansas City||1:00 PM FOX|
|8||Sun, Oct 30||vs Seattle||1:00 PM FOX|
|9||Sun, Nov 6||@ San Francisco||4:05 PM FOX|
|10||Sun, Nov 13||vs Denver||1:00 PM CBS|
|11||Thu, Nov 17||@ Carolina||8:25 PM NBC|
|12||Sun, Nov 27||vs Los Angeles||1:00 PM FOX|
|13||Sun, Dec 4||vs Detroit||1:00 PM FOX|
|14||Sun, Dec 11||@ Tampa Bay||1:00 PM FOX|
|15||Sun, Dec 18||@ Arizona||4:05 PM FOX|
|16||Sat, Dec 24||vs Tampa Bay||1:00 PM FOX|
|17||Sun, Jan 1||@ Atlanta||1:00 PM FOX|