Pats Individual Game Tickets Go On Sale July 17

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  1. Article Article In the Starting Line-Up

    Pats Individual Game Tickets Go On Sale July 17
    By: John Morgan

    Pats single game tickets will go on sale on Tuesday, July 17 at 10:00 a.m. These tickets always sell out in a matter of minutes leaving many fans frustrated, but a lucky few will be able to score some tickets and see their favorite team play this season....

  2. Patriot Missile

    Patriot Missile Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

    #12 Jersey

    At this point the Pats would sell out Michigan stadium in Ann Arbor in a matter of minutes. There just isn't a facility with large enough seating for the demand of the product this last decade.
  3. PatsWSB47

    PatsWSB47 Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

    #12 Jersey

    from the article:

    That makes no sense. Invoices must be paid by the end of March. It's possible that they are giving waiting list members a little extra time to pay for seats that became available from season ticket holders that didn't renew.
  4. kpreh

    kpreh On the Game Day Roster

    Now you all stay out of my way that morning cause I want to get 2 tickets-I didn't get a chance to see a game live last year :D
  5. brdmaverick

    brdmaverick In the Starting Line-Up

    #32 Jersey

    The home opener will clearly be a big draw this year because IT IS THE HOME OPENER but also because the Pats start out with 3 of 4 games on the road.
  6. Brady_to_Moss

    Brady_to_Moss Butler Island is here Supporter

    #95 Jersey

    any word on the waitlist sale?
  7. jmt57

    jmt57 Moderator Staff Member Supporter

    So the Pats are giving existing season ticket holders a month to pay once they are invoiced, but giving people that were on the waiting list four months from the time they are invoiced to pay?
  8. patstrips65

    patstrips65 On the Roster

    waitlist pre sale now. buy pre season game and one regular season game. was pulling denver and jets games, but then they weren't available. i'll wait and buy during a drop or off of ticket exchange
  9. PatsWSB47

    PatsWSB47 Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

    #12 Jersey

    I really don't know. I remember when my turn came up to get my tickets they weren't offered to me until after the waiting list pre-sale had come and gone. I remember thinking I had to wait yet another year when out of no where I have this invoice in my mail box. The funny thing is I had already picked up a couple of games from the waiting list member pre-sale. It might be that the invoices for waiting list members who's turn comes up aren't invoiced until June or July.
    Last edited: Jul 11, 2012
  10. PatsWSB47

    PatsWSB47 Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

    #12 Jersey

    Here's a tip for getting tickets. If you are like me and make the whole tailgate/game/post game tailgate one big day then consider clicking for one ticket, then after you get the one, go for another single ticket even though it will not be next to your buddy. You still get the pre-game tailgating of up to 4 hours and another hour or so after the game so what's the big deal about not sitting next to him or her during the game? You usually get other decent Pats fans to be with in the stadium anyway. Actually I was never disappointed in the experience.

    I wound up seeing most of the seasons biggest games that way and even the playoff games, including the 2007 AFC championship game and the 04 Colts 20-3 game.
  11. Brady_to_Moss

    Brady_to_Moss Butler Island is here Supporter

    #95 Jersey

    the buy 1 preseason is stupid. Ill just get them like you of ticket exchange the week before

    i have had great luck with ticket exchance a week before the game...great way to get tix if you are on waitlist.
    Last edited: Jul 11, 2012
  12. Joker

    Joker Supporter Supporter

    I'm rich...I'll just pay wads of green for a seat in the teens...never a problem...:snob:
  13. signbabybrady

    signbabybrady Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

    #22 Jersey

    Can I borrow a dollar until my brother straightens out? .......Did I mention he is a hunchback?
  14. patstrips65

    patstrips65 On the Roster

    anyone have any luck today? struck out here
  15. jmt57

    jmt57 Moderator Staff Member Supporter

    I read elsewhere that most of the tickets that were available were single seats, rather than two seats next to each other. Like blackglass mentioned earlier you're probably better off getting on the waiting list for season tickets, and then keeping an eye on the Ticket Exchange.
  16. Coog548

    Coog548 On the Roster

    I also heard it was single seat tickets. I have emailed the ticket office to try to get a answer about that. I guess its off to the wait list I go. If the single seat option is true, I wish the would of said so could of got a lot of work done.
  17. tatepatsfan

    tatepatsfan Third String But Playing on Special Teams

    #75 Jersey

    I logged in around 11 (couldn't get out of a meeting in time) and all that were left were individual seats.

    Have no fear though. Tickets always free up as the game approaches. Last year I got two tickets next to each other, off of ticketmaster (so face value) for the Buffalo game week 17. I bought them about three weeks before the game. Just keep your eye out on ticketmaster. I made it a lunchtime routine.
  18. Sunnyk

    Sunnyk Rookie

    Hey guys, new member of the forum looking for some advice.

    Myself and 3 of my friends are coming to Boston in October As a part of a long planned out trip from Calgary, Canada to Boston for Pats Broncos then to Seattle for Pats Seahwks then back to Calgary. I was on ticketmaster this morning at 10am edt and there was nothing available, I'm guessing it was because I'm in Canada and ticketmaster Canada is stupid. How would I go abfor getting ticketsfor myself and my friends? We'd buy them from resale sites but were just broke teenage students and can't afford the ridiculous asking prices, and can't fly into Boston hoping to find tickets at a reasonable price. So here I am, hoping someone is willing to part with their tickets, even if it's 2 tickets, to help make the greatest trip to a city the seems to be the greatest, a reality.


  19. nabwong

    nabwong Supporter Supporter

    #12 Jersey

    Is the public allowed to attend the saints-pats training session? Free?
  20. jmt57

    jmt57 Moderator Staff Member Supporter

    The Pats haven't announced what practice sessions will be open to the public beyond the first four days yet, but the last time they had two-team practices they were open to the public; I'm sure it will be the same way next month.

    All training sessions, including the ones with the Saints are free.

    The dates for those two practices are Tuesday August 7 and Wednesday August 8 for anyone making plans on attending.
    Last edited: Jul 19, 2012
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