Details of the Titans' 2020 ticket price increases

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans’ 2019 success means prices for tickets in 2020 will be going up, particularly for the best seats at Nissan Stadium.

On average, the cost of lower bowl seats will increase 10 percent, a year after they went up an average of 15 percent.JBrownFans

That’s a whopping average 26.5 percent increase for the most coveted seats in the venue over a two-year span at a time when teams are fighting to get people to keep coming to games.

But it also comes on the heels of the Titans playing in the AFC Championship Game and finishing just a game short of the Super Bowl. [Unlocked]

The lower bowl will feel the sting, while the rest of the stadium won’t feel much. The loge, club and upper levels will average two percent increases.

Last year loge and club levels went up 15 percent on average, while upper levels stayed flat.TicketsBox

The Titans have giants decisions and negotiations looming.

Derrick Henry, Ryan Tannehill, Logan Ryan and Jack Conklin are headliners set to become free agents on March 18 if new deals are not completed by then.

If no new CBA is in place the team will have the option of using both a franchise and a transition tag to secure an additional year of service from two of them.

Beyond personnel, the team is moving forward without Dean Pees, the retired defensive coordinator who was a big part of the Titans' success in two years of the Mike Vrabel era.

Despite the increases in 2019 came after several years of low or no hikes, and ticket prices for Nissan Stadium still ranked 25th in the NFL.

A new Titanium Club for season ticket holders will reward fans who attend seven or more apple icon 144x144 precomposedregular-season games or transfer their tickets to others who attend. Those rewards will include gear, experiences and entry into a Super Bowl ticket contest.

Season ticket holders will now get 25 percent off at the team store at Nissan Stadium and can buy select 16-ounce cans of beer for $8.

Select season ticket-holders will have access to two downtown garages and shuttles for $300 for the season.

The regular-season home schedule features the Browns, Steelers, Bills, Bears, and Lions in addition to AFC South rivals Colts, Texans and Jaguars. The schedule will be revealed in April.

For the second consecutive season, the Titans will treat three games as premium. The price tags on the Pittsburgh, Chicago and Buffalo games will be roughly $6-$20 more with the other games a bit less.

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