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So my wife and I will be in Nola during week 2 because she has a conference to attend. What better time for us to one again see our beloved Saints in person for the 1st time in about 5 years. Home opener vs Tampa could be a hot ticket so any advice on where to get the best deal? Here, stubhub, nfl ticket exchange?

Thanks in advance, looking forward to being back.
 

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I find them to all be very comparable in price - in fact, I believe SeatGeek “cross-posts” with stubhub or at least offers that service.

Saints ticket after-market prices have come back to earth a bit this past season. So you might not pay as much as you expect.

Also, this board is a good source for affordable tickets.
 

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So my wife and I will be in Nola during week 2 because she has a conference to attend. What better time for us to one again see our beloved Saints in person for the 1st time in about 5 years. Home opener vs Tampa could be a hot ticket so any advice on where to get the best deal? Here, stubhub, nfl ticket exchange?

Thanks in advance, looking forward to being back.
Buy them the morning of the game off the ticket exchange or stub hub for the cheapest price.
 

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Buy them the morning of the game off the ticket exchange or stub hub for the cheapest price.


I agree. Or from a member here on SR! Not unusual that someone sells tickets to another Saints fan around FV!
 

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I find them to all be very comparable in price - in fact, I believe SeatGeek “cross-posts” with stubhub or at least offers that service.

Saints ticket after-market prices have come back to earth a bit this past season. So you might not pay as much as you expect.

Also, this board is a good source for affordable tickets.
Everything he said.

And if you have the cajones to tailgate with no tickets and wait til 15 minutes before kickoff, you will likely find a deal online. Worst case, you watch at a bar but more than likely you get to your seat about 5 minutes after kickoff. From what I have witnessed, about half the dome does that. Might save you 60-70%.
 

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We have a pair of tickets in 139 and 339, which are pretty great seats. If we don't have anybody go with us I'll be selling one of those pairs on here
 

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Not at all. Demand for tickets has been down. People discount the tickets the closer it gets to game time. There's some real deals to be had.
Only tricky part is the season opener. No way would I sell my tickets for this one:)
 

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Yeah... It would be risky to go for a ticket buy the morning of the home opener this season. I'm sure not selling mine.

Then again, I just checked and right now tickets are way over-priced on ticketmaster. So perhaps start looking about a week or two before the game. I think that is how I would play it, anyway.
 

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