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After a 2nd place NFC West finish, the Arizona Cardinals are looking to be their best and make it into the playoffs in 2017. With a great roster led by veterans like Carson Palmer and Larry Fitzgerald, the Cardinals could be a sleeper to make the playoffs. For the best Cardinals tickets check out Rukkus!

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The best way to purchase Arizona Cardinals tickets is to go directly to their specific ticket page. There you will find the entire schedule for the Cardinals listed in order starting with the games that are closest in geographical location. Proceeding that will be all of their games in chronological order with games from similar teams near the bottom. After finding a seat, you can flip through the pictures taken from each seat to provide the best possible experience when buying Cardinals tickets. Every step of the Rukkus process will ensure that you are able to find the best NFL tickets in no time. 

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How much do Arizona Cardinals tickets cost?

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Where is the best parking at University of Phoenix Stadium?

University of Phoenix Stadium has many parking spaces that are designated by the parking permit in which you purchase. All of the parking for the Arizona Cardinals games are adjacent to the University of Phoenix Stadium and all within walking distance of the entrances to the stadium.

Can I buy away tickets for the Cardinals?

Purchasing tickets for the Arizona Cardinals when they are on the road is simple. Check the schedule for the night that they will be in town and go to Cardinals. Rukkus has every home and away game listed from tonight on through the end of the season. Regardless of whether you bought a ticket last minute or months ahead of time, rest assured that we always guarantee every ticket sold. 

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What makes University of Phoenix Stadium special?

Interestingly enough, the University of Phoenix name that the stadium holds is not representative of the stadium being the home stadium for the university, but simply applied as a corporate sponsor. The University of Phoenix Stadium is loosely modeled after a barrel cactus, a widespread plant in the Arizona desert. As well, the retractable roof is the first ever built on an incline and can open in twelve minutes.

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Nothing can match the excitement of an Arizona Cardinals game at University of Phoenix Stadium. The atmosphere is electric as the players in red and white uniforms take the field to compete in sunny Glendale, Arizona. Grab your tickets today and be a part of the thrilling environment that an NFL game brings.

The Cardinals have a storied past as the oldest continuously run team in the NFL. This franchise has seen its share of great players take the field, including Larry Fitzgerald and Ottis Anderson. You can expect to see very competitive football, as the Cardinals have experienced recent success that includes several division championships and an appearance in Super Bowl XLIII.

The experience at University of Phoenix Stadium is like no other. This gorgeous stadium has hosted many important collegiate and professional football games, including Super Bowls XLII and XLIX. The facility is easily accessible from the city of Phoenix and its suburbs, making the overall experience even more enjoyable. Get your tickets and enjoy the festivities that are part of an NFL game in Glendale, Arizona.

From the exciting on-field action to the amazing stadium facility, there is no better place to experience an NFL game. You will make lifelong memories at University of Phoenix Stadium. What better way is there to spend a Sunday afternoon than watching live NFL action? Grab your tickets today and be a part of the excitement!

Arizona Cardinals Overview

The Cardinals franchise hasn’t always been based in Arizona, but it has always been around; always as in the Cardinals are the oldest professional football franchise in American history. The team was founded way back in 1898 and called Chicago its home. There isn’t much history to glean from those early years in that there wasn’t really much of a sport of football in existence quite yet. 22 years later though, in 1920, the Cardinals would become one of the charter members of the NFL.

From that point to today, even going through a list of the stadiums the Cardinals have called home is a chore. Things started at a rather apropos place called Normal Park. Through the 1920s, 30s, 40s and 50s, up until the team’s move to St. Louis, the Cardinals played in as many as five different stadiums on game days.

In those decades, the franchise would win two championships, the only two titles in its history. The first came in 1925 and comes with a slight asterisk. Chicago finished with the league’s best record, but the Pottsville Maroons were competitors and actually beat the Cardinals head-to-head. However, because of a controversial ruling regarding territory rights, the Maroons were suspended from league rights and privileges; i.e. not eligible for the championship.

The second of the Cardinals’ titles came in 1947 and featured no such controversy. However, 68 years later, it remains the last time the organization has been on top of the football world.

In 1960, the Chicago Cardinals moved and became the St. Louis Cardinals, where they remained through the AFL-NFL merger in 1970. The team stayed in St. Louis all the way up until 1988. In those days, the team won a pair of division titles but little else. Its coach in the 70s was the soon-to-be legendary head man Don Coryell. Air Coryell, as he would be known as, won Coach of the Year for St. Louis in 1974. Under Coryell, Hall of Fame lineman Dan Dierdorf developed into an All-Pro. Dierdorf would go on to make six Pro Bowls and was a member of the NFL’s All-Decade team for the 1970s. Terry Metcalf also shined under Coryell, setting the NFL all-purpose yards record in 1975, when the Cards won their second division title of the era.

Success would be fleeting though, as it had been in the Chicago days. St. Louis would make the playoffs just one more time before relocating. The Cardinals never won a playoff game their entire time in STL.

The first 10 years in Arizona were much the same. The then Phoenix Cardinals (who became just the Arizona Cardinals in 1994) didn’t even make it into the postseason until 1998. That season, they beat the Dallas Cowboys in the first round, the franchise’s first playoff win since its NFL championship in 1947.

Wins were scarce for Arizona through the first few decades in their new home. Star players were also scarce. The ’98 team was led by the immortal Jake Plummer, who played six years for the team, finishing with 90 touchdowns, 114 interceptions and a 55.9 completion percentage.

One of the few bright spots on these Cardinals teams was cornerback Aeneas Williams. Williams joined the club in 1991, when they were still called the Phoenix Cardinals. He played 10 years for them, making six of his eight Pro Bowls. Williams was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2014, the lone Cardinal Hall of Famer so far who played mostly under the “Arizona” distinction.

From 1998, it would be yet another 10 years before the team would be back in the playoffs. In 2008 though, it would make a splash.

Behind quarterback Kurt Warner, the Cardinals would ride an incredibly hot year end all the way to the Super Bowl. There, they met up with the Pittsburgh Steelers and played perhaps the most exciting game in Super Bowl history. Arizona lost in the final seconds in a game that included a 100-yard interception return, a run of 16 unanswered points, a go-ahead touchdown with just over two minutes remaining, and that final score with roughly 30 seconds left to push Arizona’s championship-less streak another year longer.

Although the team has yet to capture that type of playoff glory anytime since, the Cards have been making huge strides during the regular season.

In 2013, the team won a surprising 10 games, although still missed the playoffs in a competitive NFC. The next season, with everyone expecting regression, the team played even better, this time reaching 11 victories and a playoff berth. Bruce Arians won Coach of the Year, and the team proved it wasn’t to be trifled with even with a topsy-turvy quarterback carousel.

For 2015, Arians and company hope the QB position will be anchored by veteran Carson Palmer, but Palmer is coming off of a severe knee injury. The rest of the roster is super talented, meaning a suitable quarterback performance could mean big things. The defense, led by Calais Campbell and Patrick Peterson, may be the best in the NFL. On offense, the skill positions are teeming with young upside. Andre Ellington, John and Jaron Brown and Michael Floyd are all ready for breakouts. And then there’s Larry Fitzgerald.

Fitzgerald has a case for being the greatest Cardinal in team history, at least since it moved to Arizona. Even with continually shaky quarterbacks leading his offense, Fitzgerald is an eight-time Pro Bowler with over 12,000 receiving yards and more than 900 catches. Both marks put him in the top 25 all-time, and he isn’t done.

This long-running organization lacks the storied history of many teams younger than it. There are generations of fans who want nothing more than a Super Bowl trophy for this club. If recent regular-season success is any indication, the Cardinals may be getting closer to that goal than they’ve been in a long, long time.

Arizona Cardinals Lineup

  • Carson Palmer
  • Drew Stanton
  • Logan Thomas
  • Andre Ellington
  • Marion Grice
  • Robert Hughes
  • Stepfan Taylor
  • Kerwynn Williams
  • Jaron Brown
  • John Brown
  • Larry Fitzgerald
  • Michael Floyd
  • Ted Ginn Jr.
  • John Carlson
  • Darren Fells
  • Rob Housler
  • Troy Niklas
  • Mike Leach
  • Lyle Sendlein
  • Bobby Massie
  • Bradley Sowell
  • Jared Veldheer
  • Jonathan Cooper
  • Paul Fanaika
  • Ted Larsen
  • Earl Watford
  • Calais Campbell
  • Darnell Dockett
  • Tommy Kelly
  • Kareem Martin
  • Frostee Rucker
  • Ed Stinson
  • Alameda Ta'amu
  • Dan Williams
  • John Abraham
  • Sam Acho
  • Lorenzo Alexander
  • Marcus Benard
  • Desmond Bishop
  • Glenn Carson
  • Kenny Demens
  • Larry Foote
  • Thomas Keiser
  • Kevin Minter
  • Alex Okafor
  • Matt Shaughnessy
  • Daryl Washington
  • Justin Bethel
  • Antonio Cromartie
  • Patrick Peterson
  • Jerraud Powers
  • Eddie Whitley
  • Deone Bucannon
  • Tony Jefferson
  • Rashad Johnson
  • Tyrann Mathieu
  • Chandler Catanzaro
  • Drew Butler
  • Dave Zastudil

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Cheap Arizona Cardinals Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$2.00 New Orleans Saints at Arizona Cardinals — 09/13/2015
University of Phoenix Stadium; Glendale, AZ
$4.00 Arizona Cardinals at Washington Redskins — 12/17/2017
FedExField; Landover, MD
$4.00 NFL Preseason: Arizona Cardinals at San Diego Chargers — 08/19/2016
Qualcomm Stadium; San Diego, CA
$5.00 Preseason: Kansas City Chiefs at Arizona Cardinals — 08/15/2015
University of Phoenix Stadium; Glendale, AZ
$6.00 Arizona Cardinals at Atlanta Falcons — 11/30/2014
Georgia Dome; Atlanta, GA
$6.00 Arizona Cardinals at Cleveland Browns — 11/01/2015
FirstEnergy Stadium; Cleveland, OH
$6.00 Preseason: Arizona Cardinals at Oakland Raiders — 08/30/2015
O.Co Coliseum; Oakland, CA
$7.00 Arizona Cardinals at Chicago Cubs — 04/08/2015
Wrigley Field; Chicago, IL
$13.00 Jacksonville Jaguars at Arizona Cardinals — 11/26/2017
University of Phoenix Stadium; Glendale, AZ
$13.00 Arizona Cardinals at San Francisco 49ers — 11/05/2017
Levi's Stadium; Santa Clara, CA

Best and Most Expensive Arizona Cardinals Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$394.00Green Bay Packers at Arizona Cardinals — 12/27/2015
University of Phoenix Stadium; Glendale, AZ
$315.00Cincinnati Bengals at Arizona Cardinals — 11/22/2015
University of Phoenix Stadium; Glendale, AZ
$301.00Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks — 11/15/2015
CenturyLink Field; Seattle, WA
$288.00NFC Championship: TBD at Arizona Cardinals (If Necessary) — 01/18/2015
University of Phoenix Stadium; Glendale, AZ
$206.00Arizona Cardinals at Chicago Cubs — 04/05/2015
Wrigley Field; Chicago, IL
$198.00NFC Championship: TBD at Arizona Cardinals — 01/24/2016
University of Phoenix Stadium; Glendale, AZ
$178.00NFL Hall Of Fame Game - Arizona Cardinals at Dallas Cowboys — 08/03/2017
Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium; Canton, OH
$155.00Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks — 12/24/2016
CenturyLink Field; Seattle, WA
$154.00Seattle Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals — 01/03/2016
University of Phoenix Stadium; Glendale, AZ
$153.00NFC Championship: Arizona Cardinals at Carolina Panthers — 01/24/2016
Bank of America Stadium; Charlotte, NC