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Why was The List created? Thanks to dedicated fan support, the New England Patriots have been sold out since 1994. The List was created to provide an organized and fair process for fans to have access to Patriots season tickets when they become available and receive other Waitlist amenities.

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What is the deposit requirement? A deposit of $100 is required for each seat requested. There is a minimum of two seats and maximum of four seats per Waitlist account. All deposits will be applied toward your account balance once you purchase season tickets. The deposit is fully refundable.

Is there an annual maintenance fee to hold my position on The List? No. Once you register and place your deposit, you will remain a Waitlist Member until you are offered season tickets or request to be removed from The List.

How will updates and other information be communicated to me during my Waitlist term? Email will be the primary form of communication for Patriots Waitlist information and updates. The Patriots will make every effort to ensure email notifications are received in a timely manner, but the Patriots cannot guarantee email delivery because of third party constraints (spam filters, firewalls, etc.). Those on The List are responsible for maintaining a valid email address that is able to receive Patriots Waitlist emails, and are encouraged to notify Patriots Member Services immediately if they feel communication is not being properly received by emailing It is the sole responsibility of those on The List to promptly notify the Patriots if their email address or telephone number changes. The Patriots are not responsible for false, incorrect, changed, incomplete, or illegible contact information.

Can I remove my name from The List? Yes. If for any reason you wish to be removed from the Waitlist before season tickets become available, you will be issued a full deposit refund check pursuant to the terms and conditions of the season ticket waitlist.

Does my deposit guarantee that I will be offered season tickets? No. Your deposit holds your place on The List, but it does not guarantee that you will be offered season tickets. Season ticket availability is based on the renewal rates of existing Season Ticket Members.

What is Patriots365 powered by Visa? Patriots365 powered by Visa is an exclusive Patriots loyalty program for Season Ticket Members and Waitlist Members. As a Waitlist Member, the program allows you to earn credit on all your qualified purchases. Your credit accumulates toward a Patriots ProShop online voucher. You can sign up for Patriots365 powered by Visa using your Patriots Account Manager credentials at

Who do I contact for questions about my Patriots365 powered by Visa account? For more information on your Patriots365 account, please call us at 1-800-543-1776, or email

Do I have the option to pass on my season tickets to family/friends once I become a Season Ticket Member? Season Ticket Members may request to transfer their account(s) by completing the Pass It On Request Form, available here. The Patriots will review all proposed transfers and have the right to approve, condition or reject the proposed transfer in its sole discretion. As indicated in the Pass It On Request Form, the Patriots' decision is final and non-appealable. If you have any questions, please click here for answers to frequently asked questions about transferring a Season Ticket Membership Account.

How will I be contacted if season tickets become available? If we reach your spot on The List, you will be contacted by a Patriots Member Services representative. Due to the timeliness of this process, it is extremely important that you keep your email, mailing address, and phone number up-to-date in Account Manager.

How can I pay for season tickets once they are offered to me? Season ticket payments may be made with a Visa card or by check. We require full payment (less deposit) by the purchase deadline date sent with your season ticket invoice. You will be informed of the full payment amount and deadline date when you're contacted that we've reached your spot on The List.

Since the year 2000, the Patriots have set numerous records, having been to the NFL playoffs more than 15 times, representing the AFC (American Football Conference) East. Brady has the most playoff wins of any NFL quarterback in history, having won more playoff games than any other quarterback (except Peyton Manning) has even played! With New England, Brady also holds the record for the most career playoff passing yards, surpassing his nearest rival (Manning) by almost 3,000 yards as of 2017. While a handful of teams have appeared in more playoff games than New England, the Patriots maintain an excellent win-loss percentage in the playoffs of over .600. Perhaps more impressively, since the arrival of Brady and Belichick, no NFL division can count more postseason wins than the Patriots alone! They are arguably the most dominant playoff team in NFL history.

The Patriots-Ravens playoff rivalry really took off when the two teams played one another in the 2012 AFC Championship game. Despite leading going into the fourth quarter, the Ravens were defeated after Brady himself ran into the end zone for a touchdown in the final minutes of the game. New England and Baltimore would go on to meet again in the AFC Championship the following year, when the Ravens would give the Patriots their first AFC Championship defeat at the hands of a road team. The 2015 playoffs would see the Patriots and Ravens facing off once again, with the Patriots winning 35-31, in order to advance to the AFC Championship.

Though exact dates change yearly, New England Patriots playoff tickets usually go on sale around mid-December, when NFL New England Patriots clinch their postseason spots. The New England Patriots can clinch a playoff spot by either winning their division or winning the Wild Card.

New England Patriots playoff ticket prices on the secondary market can vary depending on a number of factors. Typically, New England Patriots playoff tickets can be found for as low as $301.00, with an average price of $683.00.

Primary market tickets to the New England Patriots AFC Division game are sold out, according to Ticketmaster. And should the Patriots advance and host the AFC Championship, tickets to that game are also already sold out on the primary market.

TicketIQ has seats available throughout the stadium, starting at $137 in Upper 337 on the sideline overlooking the end zone. Those tickets come with the TicketIQ Low Price Guarantee. Club seats start at $458, with lower level seats starting at $201.

TicketIQ is committed to the cheapest tickets possible, and we make much less on sold out tickets compared to other major marketplaces like StubHub and Vivid. That means ticket buyers save from up to 25% on TicketIQ on sports, music and theater. We're able to do this because we also work with teams, venues, and other ticket owners, to help them sell tickets at face price, directly to consumers like you, through Ticketmaster and Seatgeek For an overview of the 2019 NFL Ticket Buying landscape, and details on the cheapest way to get tickets for every team, visit the TicketIQ Blog.

From Ticketmaster's official website, some resale tickets are available in the 300 level of the stadium for under $30. A whole lot more are available for under $40, as well as some seats in the 200 level. Seats in the lower bowl are available for as low as $60, and some lower bowl tickets with a face value of $150 are available for almost half that price, at $80 apiece.

(For some contrast, the cheapest tickets for the Bengals' home playoff game cost $199 on StubHub. The cheapest Bucs tickets are $188. In Dallas, a standing room only ticket starts at $160. The get-in-the-door price in Kansas City is $106. Only the Rams, a city that's still reacquainting itself with its new football teams, have low prices, but even their cheapest ticket on StubHub is $79.)

Even with the circumstances -- the single-digit temperatures expected, the COVID-19 restrictions that makes it more difficult for Canadian fans to cross the border to attend the game, general COVID-19 concerns, etc. -- this is a most bizarre situation. For one, the COVID concern explanation doesn't really fly, though, when almost 65,000 people attended the Bills' regular-season finale against ... the Jets. Roughly the same number of people came out for the Bills-Falcons game a week earlier. One would logically envision more demand for a playoff game.

The Bills finally won two playoff games last year -- both at home, but with capacity restrictions -- before losing in the AFC Championship Game. And with a wide-open AFC field this year, and with a hated divisional opponent in town for the playoff opener (very possibly the Bills' only home game of this postseason), it's a bit strange for an excuse such as "being cold" to seemingly impact so many Bills fans for this occasion.

As such... the Bills fans who do attend shouldn't be surprise if and when they find themselves interacting with a few more Patriots fans than they'd hope to see on a night like this one. Cheap tickets and a quick 7-hour drive due west will certainly prove to be an appealing choice for crazy Patriots fans who are sure to see this market oddity as a major opportunity.

FiveThirtyEight gives New England a 33 percent chance to make the playoffs ahead of the NFL's final week of the season. That puts them second among the AFC teams battling for the conference's No. 7 seed.

This is an important game for both teams. The Bills are playing for seeding, while the Patriots can get into the playoffs with a win. That won't be easy. The Bills are coming off the cancelled game Monday night and have had to handle the mental part of having a fallen teammate in Damar Hamlin. Getting past that will be tough. But I expect the Bills to play well here and all but end New England's playoff chances. 041b061a72


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