Paying homage to the All Saints Day and the song “When the Saints Come Marching In,” which is heavily associated with New Orleans, The Saints established in 1967 and played the first seven seasons in Tulane Stadium nearby. In 1975, the Saints found a home in the Superdome where they still play today. Despite a slow start, the early 1990s showed a rise in the Saints success, and the addition of Drew Brees sent them to a new level. The New Orleans Saints have been a powerhouse throughout the 2000s including an emotional Super Bowl win in 2009. After the damage and loss of Hurricane Katrina, the city of New Orleans rallied around the Saints remarkable season, and the team dedicated their victory to the city and its citizens. Rarely do fans support teams with so much intensity, and any game in the Superdome is a nightmare for any visiting NFL team.Read More ...
Don’t miss your chance to see the Saints in action. Seat Retriever is your guide to the best New Orleans Saints tickets both home and away!
Mercedez-Benz Superdome opened its doors in 1975 making it one of the older stadiums in the league. With a capacity over 73,000 screaming fans, the Superdome is also one of the loudest in the league. With thousands of fans yelling “Who Dat?” (the unofficial motto of the Saints), visiting teams must compete with the team and with the crowd. This iconic venue served as a haven for displaced citizens during hurricane Katrina and needed extensive repair in 2005 before reopening in 2006. It serves as a testament to the city’s resiliency, culture, and fandom.
Cheap New Orleans Saints tickets usually are best found in the upper deck. Unsurprisingly, the closer to the action, the more expensive the tickets become. We recommend checking sections 621-624 putting you in the upper deck of the end zone corner. They’re some of the cheapest sections without sacrificing a great view of the action.