BOSTON (CBS) – Hope you put aside some money this holiday season for Patriots tickets.
With a Week 16 victory over the Jets (and subsequent Denver loss), New England clinched the no. 1 overall seed in the AFC and homefield advantage throughout the playoffs.
While their opponent is yet to be determined, we know it’ll either be Indianapolis, Cincinnati or Pittsburgh. The Patriots will play the lowest seed of those three to advance out of wild card weekend at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, where the team is 11-3 (.786) in the playoffs at the venue.
After fulfilling orders for Patriots season ticket holders and Patriots wait list members, divisional round tickets are set to go on sale to the public Friday morning, January 2, 2015 at 10am exclusively through Ticketmaster.
All Patriots playoff ticket orders will be processed through Ticketmaster. Playoff tickets will NOT be sold at the Gillette Stadium ticket office. Ticket orders can be processed one of two ways, online at ticketmaster.com or by phone by calling 800-745-3000. Visa, a proud sponsor of the National Football League and the New England Patriots, will be the only accepted form of payment.
There is a 4-ticket limit per person, and playoff pricing is set by the NFL. Individual ticket prices for the AFC Divisional Playoff game range from $229 (100-Level Sideline) to $100 (300 Level).
New England will play either the Colts, the Bengals or the Steelers on Saturday, January 10th at 4:35pm on NBC.
Follow the Patriots playoff run on 98.5 The Sports Hub – the flagship station of the New England Patriots. Pregame coverage begins on 98.5FM three hours prior to kickoff, and be sure to stay tuned following the game for three hours of postgame coverage.
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