Renton, Wash. - The Seattle Seahawks announced today single-game ticket information for the 2015 season. There will be two on-sale dates in July to purchase tickets.
Since the conclusion of the 2014 season, the Seahawks have worked with longtime ticket brokers to redistribute 4,000 season tickets to fans for the 2015 season. The club sold 2,000 of these tickets per game to the Blue Pride wait list. In addition, 2,000 single-game tickets per game will be sold dynamically, at prices that fluctuate based on market demands. The single game tickets will be sold on ticketmaster.com, beginning at 10 a.m. on Monday, July 13.
Additionally, the Seahawks will make more than 3,400 single-game tickets available priced at $62, which represents the average of the lowest ticket price of all 32 NFL clubs. The club will sell 50% of those tickets to the Blue Pride wait list and returning groups via an exclusive email offer. On Monday, July 20, at 10 a.m., the remaining 1,700 single-game tickets will be made available only at the CenturyLink Field NW Box Office. Fans may purchase a total of four single-game tickets per person. Beginning at 8 a.m., fans will enjoy a live DJ, fan activities, and Blitz and the Sea Gals will be on-site. A Seahawks merchandise kiosk will be on-site and will include a one-day only sidewalk sale.
"With 105 consecutive sell outs and a renewal rate of 99.6% the last two seasons, we are pleased to reward our Blue Pride waitlist members and increase the availability of Seahawks tickets," said Seahawks President Peter McLoughlin. "Twenty-percent of the Blue Pride wait list were able to purchase 2015 season tickets in part through the addition of new seats in the Toyota Fan Deck south end zone section. Additionally, we will make more than 3,400 tickets per game available at the league average low ticket price of $62."
Season tickets for the 2015 season are sold out. The club has capped season ticket memberships at 61,500. The Blue Pride season ticket wait list, which gives fans the option to purchase future season tickets, is also sold out with 12,000 memberships. For the second-consecutive year, the season ticket renewal rate of 99.6% is the highest in franchise history.
Since the opening of CenturyLink Field, the Seahawks have affordably priced 10% of the building at or below the lowest average ticket price in the NFL through a combination of single game tickets and season tickets.