New Orleans Saints Tickets

New Orleans Saints Tickets


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    New Orleans Saints tickets became available in nineteen sixty six when the National Football League announced on December 15th the sixteenth franchise to New Orleans. This marked the beginning of an era. John W. Mecom, Jr. became president and majority stockholder of the franchise. The Saints selected forty two players in the expansion draft and sold twenty thousand tickets on the first day of ticket sells. The New Orleans Saints earned with a tie the most wins by a first year expansion franchise by the end of 1967. In the year 1969, Tom Dempsey kicked the longest field goal of the season as a rookie player wearing a special kicking shoe because he is without toes on his right foot This rookie also set the Saints record with four field goals during the New York Giants game. Nineteen seventy marked a realignment forming the Western Division. 1972, the Saints made their first appearance resulting in a lost to the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday Night Football, on ABC.

    The Louisiana Superdome was dedicated on August 3, 1975 with the Saints playing a first game against the Houston Oilers on August 9th, resulting in a lost. With mixed coaching success, the Saints hired Ernie Hefferle as their fourth head coach. In nineteen seventy six, Hank Stram was hired as the fifth head coach ending the season with a 4-10 record. Nineteen seventy eight began with the hiring of Dick Nolan as the head coach. The Saints ended the season with a record of 8-8 and a new executive vice president and general manager, Steve Rosenbloom. With some individual player success, the New Orleans Saints hired Dick Stanfel as head coach number seven. Ending the year with a record of 1-15, Steve Rosenbloom resigned. The Saints continue to seek out new talent with first and second round draft choices to begin the nineteen eight four season. Owner John Mecom announced the New Orleans Saints were for sale for seventy five million dollars and this amount was non-negotiable.  New Orleans Saints tickets were impacted greatly due to mixed season results, as well as coaching and management changes. Ticket sells were also influenced by negotiations with Tom Benson, a New Orleans native. Benson purchased the Saints for a little over seventy million dollars and became managing partner and hired Wade Phillips as the Saints ninth head coach. Jim Finks joined the franchise with ownership and released Wade Phillips from his duties in January of 1986, hiring Jim Mora as the tenth head coach. Despite these changes, individual players continued to have small successes. New Orleans finished the year with 7-9 season record, as well as the announcement of Rueben Mayes finishing the year with one thousand three hundred fifty three yards rushing and the honor of being rookie of the year and named to the Pro Bowl. On September 21, 1987, the National Football Players Association announced a players’ strike, which ended almost one month later on October 15th. The New Orleans Saints were unable to win their division title, but was able to host and compete in an NFC Wild Card game against the Minnesota Vikings. The Minnesota Vikings won 44-10, but the Saints finished the season with a 10-6 record, resulting in head coach Jim Mora being named NFL Coach of the year for nineteen eighty eight.

    The New Orleans Saints won their first NFC West title with an 11-5 season record in nineteen ninety one. Victories continued with most sacks for the 1992 season, as well as four Saints being chosen for the NFC squad in the Pro Bowl. The beginning of 1993 marked management changes due to the lung cancer diagnosis president and general manager Jim Finks. At this same time renovations to the Superdome and a new practice facility were approved. The Saints ended the season with the resignation of Jim Finks and a record of 5-0. Fire destroyed the practice facility in early 1995 and forced a move to a new practice facility by June of this year. The season concluded with a 7-9 record and Jim Finks’ induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

    Nineteen ninety seven began with the hiring of a twelfth head coach, Mike Ditka, a previous Super Bowl XX winner. The New Orleans Saints end the season 6-10. Nineteen ninety nine ended with a 3-13 record and Tom Benson firing twenty two employees, including Mike Ditka. Jim Haslett was named as head coach number thirteen. Record history was made with 7-1 season outcomes. The Saints did not win the NFC Divisional Playoff against the Minnesota Vikings, but Coach Haslett was named NFL Coach of the Year.

     Those are some staggering numbers and they show just how hard this team is to defend. On the ground, the Saints went with a running back by committee as 4 players had over 40 carries each. The leading rusher was Chris Ivory who had just over 700 yards and 5 touchdowns. This season the position should be significantly upgraded with the addition of 1st round pick and former Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram. Ingram will lead a ground attack that should have more than enough room to operate as the Saints return a whopping 10 players who had more than 20 receptions last season. The position is explosive and deep, however the most dangerous is by far Marques Colston, who led the team with 84 receptions for 1,023 yards and 7 touchdowns last season. Complementing Colston is Lance Moore, who had 66 catches and 8 TDs, and Robert Meachem, a former first round pick who broke out last year with 44 receptions and 5 touchdowns. The defense is young and improving and while it is not quite on par with the offense yet, that is a high expectation to meet as the offense is annually one of the best in the NFL. Standouts on the defense side of the ball include Malcolm Jenkins, Jonathan Vilma, and Darren Sharper. 

    2002 season ended with a 9-7 record. The Saints signed multiple free agents and begin a streak of wins ending 2003 with a record of 8-8. Two thousand and six began with the release of Coach Haslett due to a 3-13 2005 record, as well as the promotion of several executives. New offices were opened in Metairie, New Orleans and Sean Payton became head coach number fourteen. The Superdome was refurbished after Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and Running Back Reggie Bush was selected in the NFL Draft, generating enthusiasm for New Orleans Saints tickets due to his Heisman Trophy winning status. The Saints ended the season 9-4. The New Orleans Saints beat the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC Divisional Playoffs 27-24 attaining a first team appearance in the NFC Championship Game.

    On February 1, 2008, the New Orleans Saints was selected to participate in the National Football League International Series at Wembley Stadium in England against the San Diego Chargers defeating this team 37-32. Tom Benson decides to purchase WVUE-TV FOX 8 with the creation of Louisiana Media Company. Deuce McAllister, a running back also broke the team’s most touchdowns record. Quarter Back Drew Brees attained the second-most yards in any NFL history season, as well as set a new Saints’ record with thirty four touchdown passes. These victories prompted him to be named Associated Press Offensive Player of the Year in January, 2009. The Saints also hired a number of new as well as special team coaches. This year the state of Louisiana and Tom Benson agreed to a lease extension as well as an eighty five million upgrade to the Superdome, keeping the Saints in New Orleans through the year twenty twenty five. Owner Tom Benson also commits to the purchase of Dominion Tower and the development of a festival plaza on the Superdome grounds for shopping and dining activities. The New Orleans Saints also were named to host Super Bowl XLVII after the twenty twelve season. The Saints kicked off their season with a victory over the Detroit Lions. The Saints has their best season start of franchise history with an 8-0 record. In twenty ten, the Saints advanced to the Super Bowl for the first time in the history of the team by triumphing over the Minnesota Vikings 31- 28 in the NFC Championship Game. In February of this year, the New Orleans Saints defeat the Indianapolis Colts in Super Bowl XLIV in Miami Gardens, Florida with a 31-17 victory.  Super Bowl Championship rings were presented to the entire Saints organization on June 16th. Current coaching staff includes head coach Sean Payton, Joe Vitt as Assistant Head Coach/Linebackers, as well as Offensive Coordinator Pete Carmichael, with Defensive Coordinator Rob Ryan, Greg McMahon as Special Teams Coordinator, as well as Head Strength and Conditioning Coach Dan Dalrymple.

    With the Super Bowl win, the New Orleans Saints tickets are selling from twelve dollars for a preseason game ticket to an average ticket price of two hundred twenty two dollars during regular season. Resale tickets can be as high as eleven thousand dollars for key games and times during the season. The eighty five million dollar upgrade to the stadium created the Mercedes-Benz Superdome naming, as well as the creation of luxury box suites. These suites have an annual lease options for five, seven, or ten year terms. Suites leases provide access to all events at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. The new dome also offers Club Lounges on the second level. This area contains concessions, panoramic views, upscale food and drink services, as well as individual chef prepared fresh options in your lounge. Flat-screen televisions are also available in both the Suite and Club areas, allowing fames to view pre-game show events, as well as game progress throughout the areas. Private escalators are planned as updates. The 2013 season also debuted the Black and Blue Report, which is a thirty minute online radio show highlighting the Saints events. Player rooster and photo galleries are available on line as well, showcasing the range of New Orleans Saints salaries of Drew Brees with ten million dollars to Joseph Morgan with almost four hundred thousand dollars. The Saints has an estimated NFL Team payroll of over one hundred six million dollars. The New Orleans Saints also participate in the community with football instruction and coaching events, summer camps, NFL High School Player Development, as well as twenty four junior training camps and special team clinics. Saints management and team players also participate in volunteer elementary reading events.

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