The Kansas City Chiefs are introducing a new way to get tickets to all 10 home games this year for $200. Sure, you’ll be sitting up high but $20 a pop to get in the door has gotta be among the cheapest in the NFL. They’re also mobile-only tickets, according to the Chiefs press release.
For a season-long price of $200, the Bud Light Game Day Pass guarantees a ticket to all 10 Chiefs home games at Arrowhead Stadium. The limited number of seats available through the Bud Light Game Day Pass will be in select locations in the upper level of Arrowhead Stadium. Bud Light Game Day Passes are non-transferable and must be used by the purchaser.
These mobile-only tickets will be delivered to the cell phone of the registered purchaser the morning of the game and cannot be printed. Individuals may purchase up to four Bud Light Game Day Passes together, but that purchaser will own all four passes and will need to present the tickets at every game for the group to gain access to the stadium.
Mobile-only seems better than printed tickets (until the Russi....someone hacks into them) but it’s usually the performance of the team and the price of the tickets that matter the most. If the Chiefs suck, folks don’t want to come to the games. If the Chiefs end up playing meaningful December games again then this is a pretty good deal.