Tomorrow XFL season ticket selection begins, and we’ve heard rumors around what the ticket prices would look like. Now we have a better idea, The Seattle Dragons have officially released their pricing structure.
We had heard that tickets would be as low as $20-25 dollars and that seems to be correct. More interestingly, season tickets with club access seem to be as low as $45 per game — at least in Seattle.
Even better, it seems that season ticket holders also receive a 25% discount on XFL.com. That’s pretty sweet if you ask me. It also looks like members will also have access to exclusive events.
You can read the full release below:
Seattle, WA., October 7, 2019 – The XFL Seattle Dragons announced 2020 season ticket prices today and fans who have placed a season ticket deposit with the team will now begin selecting their seats.
Football fans interested in priority status for Dragons season tickets can still place deposits at XFL.com/tickets and secure their seats now — before tickets are made available to the general public.
The Seattle Dragons will play all five home games at CenturyLink Field. Lower level season tickets start at $20 per game. Season tickets with club access start at $45 per game.
“We want our games to be affordable and accessible to everyone in the Seattle community,” said Seattle Dragons President Ryan Gustafson. “We’re excited to launch a new brand of professional football and create fun and memorable experiences with the best fans in the world.”
For a limited time, each fan who purchases a Dragons season ticket will receive a VIP Field Pass for one home game. The VIP Field Pass will offer access to the playing field during pregame or postgame activities at one home game.
Seattle Dragons Season Ticket Members will enjoy exclusive benefits including:
Season ticket price-lock for the first two seasons.
Early access to the XFL’s Football Advisory Network: an online community that will give football fans opportunities to share their thoughts, ideas, and feedback, and help the Seattle Dragons create its football and fan experience.