2020-2021 NFL Tickets

What You Need to Know About Potential Schedule Shifts

Check our regularly updated FAQs to see how we're working with the NFL, individual teams and venues to make sure you've got the most up-to-date information.

In addition to our standard Purchase Policy, our Supplemental Terms apply.

 

OFFICIAL TICKET MARKETPLACE OF THE NFL

The schedule is here and tickets to your favorite teams are now available. You can find seats for NFL Regular Season games, NFL playoffs and the Super Bowl on the NFL Ticket Exchange here throughout the year. Heads up, full refunds will be available if the NFL or the team cancels a game and it cannot be replayed, or if it is played under conditions that prohibit fans from attending. If a game is postponed or rescheduled, your tickets are valid for the new date, so hang onto them and we will keep you posted.

FAQ

See our complete list of FAQs for this upcoming NFL Season.



  • How does COVID-19 affect my tickets?

    We’re working closely with the NFL and the teams to ensure that we keep fans updated. Due to the continually evolving situation, the NFL or teams may decide to reschedule, postpone or cancel events, in which case fans will be promptly notified.

    Full refunds will be available if a game is canceled and it cannot be replayed, or if it is played under conditions that prohibit fans from attending. If a game is postponed or rescheduled, your tickets may be valid for the new date, so hang onto them and we will keep you posted. In addition to our standard Purchase Policy, our Supplemental Terms apply.

    Please visit our complete guidelines on canceled and rescheduled events for up-to-date info.



    What safety measures should I be aware of this season?

    Event organizers may implement additional safety measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, such as required face masks, reduced capacity, health screening, and contactless transactions. For the latest information, visit your club’s official website and the NFL’s official Fan Gameday Playbook.

  • How does socially-distanced seating work?

    Tickets will be available to purchase in socially distanced seating pods (i.e., ticket groupings of 2, 4, 6, 8, etc.). Each seating pod will have space surrounding to allow for social distancing at the event consistent with applicable health and safety guidelines. Events that utilize socially distanced seating will be operating at reduced capacity. When you purchase tickets, you must purchase all tickets available for sale in a preset grouping.



    If I can’t make the game, can I sell my tickets on Ticketmaster?

    If for some reason you can’t make the game, you can sell your tickets on Ticketmaster directly from your account. If your seats are part of a socially distanced seating pod, you must sell your seats together as a group in order to help enforce social distancing guidelines.

    When you visit your account, if you see a “Sell” button on your order, you’ll be able to see your tickets verified through Ticketmaster. Just click the button to set your price and list your tickets. When your tickets sell, we’ll make sure you receive the correct funds via direct deposit after the event. You can also edit or remove your listing anytime.

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NFL Regular Season Tickets

This year, no NFL preseason games will be played due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The NFL Regular Season starts on September 10, 2020, with most teams operating at reduced capacity in accordance with applicable local health and safety guidelines. This year’s 17-week, 16-game regular season will undoubtedly be unlike any other in NFL history.

 

NFL Playoffs Tickets

After the regular season, the top 14 teams from the National and American Conferences enter the NFL Postseason on January 9-10, 2021. Unlike in past years, only the top seed from each conference will receive a bye with the remaining 12 teams playing on Wild Card Weekend.

Hopefully, your team makes the playoffs that begin with the Wild Card round, then shifts to the Divisional round. The subsequent victors move on to the NFC and AFC Championship game to battle for a spot in Super Bowl LV. You won’t want to miss the truly emotion-packed experience, so be sure to grab your NFL Playoff Tickets in advance.

After the top two teams are decided, the Pro Bowl is held on January 31, 2021 and brings together the best players in the league one week prior to Super Bowl LV. So, be sure to grab your tickets for this most coveted, annual event.

 

Super Bowl Tickets

Super Bowl LV will be played on February 7, 2021 in Tampa, Florida. You’ll definitely want to take this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to witness history in the making from the stands as the best two teams in the NFL battle for the title.