The NFL’s Ticketmaster is getting more complicated, with tickets for games at Levi’s Stadium on Sept. 2 being priced at $99.99, $100.99 and $200.99.
The cheapest ticket price is a $149.99 package that includes an automatic $25 credit, a $25 ticket code and a $100 credit, and tickets will start at $79.99 per person for a total of $149 or $100 depending on the package.
That means you can get an additional $100 per game in a package that has a total $150 price tag.
For example, you can buy a $150 package that also includes an additional credit for $100 and a code for $20 and get a total price of $200 or $300.
That’s because of a change in how the NFL’s ticket prices work.
Ticketmaster’s new system allows the cheapest tickets to be $99, which means you will pay $99 if you purchase them at the gate.
But once you redeem them at a box office, they will only be $75, which is the same price as the cheapest seat on the field, according to NFL spokesman Jeff Miller.
Tickets are not going to go on sale until next Thursday at 9 a.m.
EST, but Miller said they will go on general sale Wednesday.
So if you buy a ticket from the box office or the ticket broker and then redeem it on Ticketmaster, you will be able to save up to $100 by purchasing them online on Thursday.
That also applies to the cheapest seats on the bench, the bench box, in the first half and the field.
The NFL ticket prices are not the only ones that are being updated to accommodate the new pricing.
Other changes include: • Ticket prices for the playoffs have been bumped up to 50 percent off their regular season prices.
• The league will no longer use a fixed game date, meaning games played at night or weekends will be counted as one.
• Ticket holders will have a chance to buy up to two additional tickets, a maximum of six, at the same time.
• A new “Fan Experience” feature will allow fans to purchase tickets through Ticketmaster in order to receive a discount on the price.
Fans will be asked to enter their credit card information to complete the transaction, which will be displayed on the ticket.
• There will be a new “Buy Tickets Now” option in the Ticketmaster app that will allow customers to purchase any available tickets, with the option to save on the purchase of individual tickets.
Ticket holders can also purchase tickets via the NFL Store, which has all of the new tickets.
• Fans can now redeem tickets for tickets to select events for an additional charge.
Those include home games and Super Bowl 50, the Super Bowl Classic and other events.
• Tickets for the 2019 College Football Playoff Game between Alabama and LSU, which were sold out before kickoff on Sept, 4, will now be available to purchase through TicketMaster starting Thursday.
The first $20 purchase will be credited to your account.
The next $30 purchase will then be refunded.
A second $20 transaction will then become available on the day of the game.
For the Superbowl, a second $25 transaction will become available.
For more on the new Ticketmaster pricing and how to use it, read the NFL blog post.
To see what the new ticket pricing looks like, check out the updated NFL Ticket Prices page on the league’s website.