The Falcons have said they won’t sell single-game tickets to the general public for the third consecutive year, but as in the past two years they are selling single-game tickets to groups of 10 or more.
Single-game tickets also are available on the secondary market, including at Ticketmaster's NFL Ticket Exchange, the league's official resale marketplace, for all games.
The Falcons didn't sell out of personal seat licenses when Mercedes-Benz Stadium opened in 2017. PSL prices ranged from $500 to $45,000, depending on seat location and amenities. PSLs are one-time fees, often financed over multiple years, for the right to buy season tickets.
Since the stadium opened, the Falcons have continued to sell seat licenses, but also have had a significant number of defaults on previous sales.
Also, amid a disappointing season on the field last year, a noticeable number of fans stayed away despite having bought tickets, with the actual attendance more than 11,000 short of the announced attendance (tickets distributed) for three home games.
The Falcons’ regular-season home opener is Sept. 15 vs. the Philadelphia Eagles on “Sunday Night Football.” The Falcons’ exhibition home opener is Aug. 15 vs. the New York Jets.