Where To Buy 2020 Cleveland Browns Tickets
are available for sale on the secondary market as of the schedule release.
Potential Covid-19 Impact On 2020 NFL Schedule
While the schedule release is a much-needed dose of exciting news for all football fans, there are some major questions marks heading into the 2020 season due to the Coronavirus pandemic. While teams know what teams they'll play, that's about all they know. Whether or not the games happen and if fans are able to attend will depend on how the virus is managed over the next 2-3 months. The league has already canceled all of its International Series games, and the league is rightly considering all possible scenarios.
Based on the varying levels of infection in each NFL city and state, it's possible that some teams may be able to host fans at a reduced capacity while others may not. The Dolphins announced a preliminary plan last week, with a 25% of capacity goal. Based on the below NFL Covid-19 Safety Index, the Dolphins fall within the low-risk category, just barely.
To create the Safety Index, we compared the active cases in each city or state to the national average and then discounted that product by Rt. Rt is a measure of how fast the virus is spreading in each city and state, most easily tracked through Rt.live.
How Much Are 2020 Cleveland Browns Tickets
On the primary market, the Browns single-game ticket website page includes Ticketmaster links to each game, and tickets start at $59 at FirstEnergy Stadium. The cheapest seats are upper-level tickets on November 1 against the Las Vegas Raiders and November 15 against the Houston Texans. The get-in prices for these contests on the secondary market are $70 and $59, respectively.
Although secondary market inventory is limited, TicketIQ has seats available for all Cleveland Browns home games. The average ticket price on TicketIQ is $332, which is in the middle of the pack in the league. The secondary market price for Browns tickets has increased by 71 percent since last year.
Browns Season Tickets & Mini Plan Options
On the primary market, season tickets are no longer available, but each fan can make up to four season ticket deposits for $100 per seat.
There are no mini plans offered, but fans can plan a group gathering in one of the hospitality experiences to see the Browns, who are looking for a bounce-back season in 2020.
FirstEnergy Stadium Club Options
The Landing, which accommodates 80 guests, is an outdoor club above the Dawg Pound. Each ticket has all-inclusive food and soft drinks along with two adult beverage drink tickets per each guest that is at least age 21.
The Orange and Brown Rooms, which are on the suite level, can have a combined 70 guests: 40 in the Orange Room, and 30 in the Brown Room. These rooms, which open two hours before kickoff, also have all-inclusive food and beverage.
The VIP Locker Room, which can have up to 40 guests and also opens two hours prior to kickoff, is found on the event level concourse. Like the other hospitality options, the ticket allows for all-inclusive food and beverage.
There are also suites options at FirstEnergy Stadium: there are enclosed (10 to 14 tickets), standard (13 to 16 tickets), and party (40 tickets) suites that can be purchased for a single game and for the whole season. These suites, which can be either city view or lake view, include complimentary game day programs and roster cards as well as wide, plush seating.
Browns Mobile Ticketing Policy
To manage your Browns tickets, the team has a mobile app available on the App Store and Google Play. The app is also used for mobile entry into the venue. The Browns require ticket holders to use mobile tickets to enter FirstEnergy Stadium, and it is suggested to add the ticket to your phone’s mobile wallet to avoid slow WIFI or cellular signal while entering the stadium.
TicketIQ is committed to the cheapest tickets possible, and we make much less on sold out tickets compared to other major marketplaces like StubHub and Vivid. That means ticket buyers save from up to 25% on TicketIQ on sports, music and theater. We're able to do this because we also work with teams, venues, and other ticket owners, to help them sell tickets at face price, directly to consumers like you, through Ticketmaster and Seatgeek. For an overview of the 2020 NFL Ticket Buying landscape, and details on the cheapest way to get tickets for every team, visit the TicketIQ Blog.
Where To Buy 2019 Cleveland Browns Football Tickets
Cleveland Browns tickets went on sale on July 15th on the primary market through Ticketmaster, and immediately sold out, which is new territory for the Browns. The result is the secondary ticket market is the best way to find Browns ticket in 2019.
How Much Are 2019 Cleveland Browns Football Tickets
The average asking price for a up from $67 in 2018, and the highest of the decade. Browns tickets are still among the cheapest in NFL — they’re ranked No. 23 in terms of price — meaning fans get one of the best deals in the NFL for home games in Cleveland.
On the secondary market TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on Browns tickets for all games on the 2019 schedule, in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all NFL tickets, which means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or SeatGeek, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save an average of 5%-20% compared to StubHub and SeatGeek.
Ticket Prices For All Cleveland Browns Home Games On The 2019 Schedule
September 8 vs. Tennessee Titans
Secondary market average asking price/cheapest ticket: $219/$134
Dating back to their Houston Oilers days, the Titans and Browns have played consistently since 1970. The Browns hold an all-time series advantage, 35-31, but lost the last meeting, 12-9, in overtime on October 22, 2017. This game is the home and season opener for the Browns, and is one of four with a secondary market average asking price of more than $200.
September 22 vs. Los Angeles Rams
Secondary market average asking price/cheapest ticket: $217/$127
A big draw after getting to the Super Bowl last season, the Rams game is trending as the fourth priciest on the secondary market. The Browns and Rams have played on and off since 1950, but this game will be the Rams’ first visit to Cleveland since leaving St. Louis after the 2015 season. The Rams have won the last two, including the last meeting at St. Louis on October 25, 2015.
October 13 vs. Seattle Seahawks
Secondary market average asking price/cheapest ticket: $233/$113
The most expensive game on the secondary market, the Seahawks and Browns have played less than 20 times in history, most recently in 2015 at Seattle. This game will be the Seahawks first visit to Cleveland since 2011, when Seattle won, 6-3.
November 10 vs. Buffalo Bills
Secondary market average asking price/cheapest ticket: $185/$90
The Browns will be looking to break a two-game losing streak against the Bills. Both games were at Buffalo, and the teams last played in 2016. The Browns hold a 12-9 all-time series advantage and the Bills will be playing at Cleveland for the first time since 2013.
November 14 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
Secondary market average asking price/cheapest ticket: $232/$131
Cleveland’s closest regional rival, the Steelers and Browns both play in the AFC North, and this is the oldest rivalry in the NFL. Sometimes called the “Turnpike Rivalry” or the “Turnpike War,” the Steelers have owned the rivalry of late and have a 75-58-1 all-time series advantage. Though the Browns didn’t win a single game in 2017 while the Steelers won the division, Pittsburgh beat Cleveland twice, but by a total of only seven points. Last season, the teams played to a 21-21 tie on September 9 and the Steelers beat the Browns, 33-18, on October 28.
November 24 vs. Miami Dolphins
Secondary market average asking price/cheapest ticket: $156/$63
The second cheapest game in terms of secondary market average asking price, the Browns and Dolphins have little history. Cleveland has won the last two, in 2016 and 2013, but the Dolphins hold an 11-8 all-time series advantage. The game will be the first for Miami in Cleveland since 2013.
December 8 vs. Cincinnati Bengals
Secondary market average asking price/cheapest ticket: $148/$63
Another key regional rivalry, this game pits Ohio’s two NFL teams against each other. Both teams were founded by Paul Brown and the games are sometimes referred to as the “Battle of Ohio.” The Bengals have a 50-41 all-time series advantage, though Browns won both meetings last season. Despite the rivalry, this game is the cheapest on the secondary market.
December 22 vs. Baltimore Ravens
Secondary market averages asking price/cheapest ticket: $157/$65
The Ravens and the Browns have a bit of a complicated history, since the team now known as the Ravens began its life as the Cleveland Browns before Art Modell moved the team to Baltimore. The rivalry started in 1999 when Cleveland got its new Browns. The teams have never met in the postseason, and the Ravens hold a 30-10 all-time series advantage.