The New Orleans Saints are coming off one of their worst seasons in recent history. Many experts feel as if the return of Sean Peyton will make this team significantly better. There is no argument that the Saints went through quite a bit of controversy and turmoil prior to last season. If nothing else, the preseason and build up to the 2013-14 season will be much less dramatic. One would think this will only help when it comes to getting the team turned around and headed in the right direction. If you are looking for New Orleans Saints tickets make sure to use Ticket Monster for the best deals.
2013-14 New Orleans Saints Season Schedule
The one positive that will come out of the 2012-13 season for the New Orleans Saints is this season’s schedule. The Saints do not have to worry about playing all the division winners because of their poor record last year. This makes the schedule a little bit easier but they will still be playing the 49ers, Patriots and Seahawks. These teams are going to provide some stiff competition for Drew Brees and company. Here is the entire 2013-14 season schedule for the New Orleans Saints:
Week 1 – September 8th, 2013 – Atlanta Falcons
Week 2 – September 15th, 2013 – at Tampa Bay Bucs
Week 3 – September 22nd, 2013 – Arizona Cardinals
Week 4 – September 30th, 2013 – Miami Dolphins
Week 5 – October 6th, 2013 – at Chicago Bears
Week 6 – October 13th, 2013 – at New England Patriots
Week 7 – October 20th, 2013 – BYE
Week 8 – October 27th, 2013 – Buffalo Bills
Week 9 – November 3th, 2013 – at New York Jets
Week 10 – November 10th, 2013 – Dallas Cowboys
Week 11 – November 17th, 2013 – San Francisco 49ers
Week 12 – November 21st, 2013 – at Atlanta Falcons
Week 13 – December 2nd, 2013 – at Seattle Seahawks
Week 14 – December 8th, 2013 – Carolina Panthers
Week 15 – December 15th, 2013 – at St Louis Rams
Week 16 – December 22nd, 2013 – at Carolina Panthers
Week 17 – December 29th, 2013 – Tampa Bay Bucs
The final month of the 2013-14 season is going to be very interesting for the New Orleans Saints. They play all division opponents and have the Panthers twice in three weeks. If Cam Newton and the Panthers can return to the form of two years ago these games could determine who goes to the playoffs and gets home field advantage. When looking for New Orleans Saints season and playoff tickets it is always best to find great deals at Ticket Monster. There are a wide variety of seats available that will help you find something for your budget and liking.
New Orleans Saints Stadium Seating and Tickets
The New Orleans Saints play their home games in the Mercedes-Benz Louisiana Superdome. This is a huge attraction in the city of New Orleans even after the natural disaster a few years ago. Most diehard fans can remember the destruction of Hurricane Katrina. The city of New Orleans was underwater and the Superdome went through massive reconstruction. The stadium is in tip top shape and one of the best places to watch an NFL football game this year. In fact, many analysts point out that this dome atmosphere is what makes the Saints and even stronger team. When looking for New Orleans Saints tickets look no further than Ticket Monster.
The best seats on the home sideline are in sections 104, 105, 106, 107, 108 and 109. Remember that most of these seats are not going to be in the lower end of the ticket price range. That said, you will get the best experience with the chance to see all your favorite players up close. If you are looking to sit behind the visitors bench the best seats are located in sections 124, 125, 126, 127, 128 and 129. All the 100 level seats are in the lower deck. When looking for the best sight lines and the best experience these are the tickets you will want to seek out.
If you are looking to save some cash and just get the experience of going to an NFL game you may want to look in the 700 level. These are upper deck seats in the end zone. The fact that you are four levels up, in the end zone, means the depth perception won’t be that bad. If you are at field level in the end zone it is sometimes hard to tell how many yards your team advances on a particular play. Something fun about end zone seats is being able to see the holes open when there is a big running play.
You may also want to consider 600 level seats when looking for a lower price per ticket. These are also upper deck seats in the end zone but they are not quite as high as the 700 level seats. If you have any questions about the Mercedes-Benz Superdome please reach out to Ticket Monster as we would love to help you find the right seats for your needs. Sometimes just experiencing the game is enough for fans. Others will want box seats or something special that costs a little bit more.
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