Saints Don't Raise Ticket Prices for 2021

Despite the impact of COVID-19 last year, the Saints are not raising their season ticket prices for the new season.
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The New Orleans Saints will not be raising their ticket prices for 2021, and season ticket holders can expect to hear more about it this afternoon through ticket invoices.

It was last May that the team announced plans for renovations that will happen over the next four years. Part of that renovation includes 12 new field-level suites that will be in play for the new season, and also included the impact of 4,300 seats on the lower level of the Poydras Street side of the stadium and the corner areas in the 200-500 levels.

New Orleans was once again recognized for ranking first in the league on gameday safety and security in the NFL’s annual Voice of the Fan rankings. This season, New Orleans will play the NFC East and AFC East. In addition to their normal three divisional opponents in the NFC South, here's the full list of home games on the docket.

  • Atlanta
  • Carolina
  • Tampa Bay
  • Dallas
  • New York Giants
  • Buffalo
  • Miami
  • Green Bay

The Bills, Buccaneers, and Browns are among the teams that are raising their ticket prices for the new season. More teams could follow suit, but others like the Bears and Packers have also decided not to increase pricing. It'll be interesting to see how it all plays out.

If you're a season ticket holder or have inquiries, you can call the Saints Customer Service line at 504-731-1700 Monday thru Friday between the hours of 8am-6pm CT or email them at CustomerService@saints.nfl.com with any questions.