The Kansas City Chiefs were one of the teams to make a free agency splash that immediately impacted their team. To go along with All-Pro running back Jamaal Charles, who is prepped to have another monster season, Kansas City signed former Philadelphia wide receiver Jeremy Maclin to give the Chiefs a legit threat on the outside.
The Chiefs have struggled to create an explosive passing game during Andy Reid’s tenure, even becoming the first team since the 1970 merger to get zero touchdowns from their wide receivers in a single season, but Alex Smith has his most talented option yet as the franchise looks to re-enter the postseason after missing out on the party last season.
Kansas City fans will get a first look at the team this weekend, as the majority of the NFL gets into their preseason slate of games. With secondary market information provided by TiqIQ.com, below are options for Chiefs tickets before the games start counting.
8/15/2015 | Arizona Cardinals vs. Kansas City Chiefs | University of Phoenix Stadium | Average Price: $41 | Get-in Price: $5
8/21/2015 | Kansas City Chiefs vs. Seattle Seahawks | Arrowhead Stadium | Average Price: $57.70 | Get-in Price: $3
8/28/2015 | Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tennessee Titans | Arrowhead Stadium | Average Price: $54.57 | Get-in Price: $2
9/3/2015 | St. Louis Rams vs. Kansas City Chiefs | Edwards Jones Dome | Average Price: $50 | Get-in Price: $3
The Kansas City Chiefs start their preseason portion of the schedule on the road, where they face the Arizona Cardinals with an average ticket price of $41 and a get-in price of $5. Fans can see the Chiefs take on a playoff-caliber team as soon as this weekend by finding the most economic flight to Phoenix through Hipmunk.com.
The Chiefs then play back-to-back home games at Arrowhead Stadium for their next two games. The second game against the Seattle Seahawks is the most expensive preseason game out of the four, with an average ticket price of $57.70 and a get-in price of $3. Afterwards, the Chiefs play the No. 2 overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, Marcus Mariota, and the Tennessee Titans. For either home game, out-of-town Chiefs fans can reserve hotels near Arrowhead Stadium starting from $59 a night to stay directly next to the stadium.
Kansas City wraps up their preseason schedule with a road game against the St. Louis Rams, which is yielding an average ticket price of $50 and a get-in price of just $3.