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The Seattle Seahawks are always a dominate force in the NFL and are usually a lock for the playoffs. Led by QB Russell Wilson, the Seahawks feature one of the NFL’s best defenses that features an elite secondary unit. It’s always a show whenever the hawks take the field so make sure to check out the cheapest Seattle Seahawks tickets on Rukkus today!

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The best way to purchase Seattle Seahawks tickets is to go directly to their specific ticket page. There you will find the entire schedule for the Seahawks 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 Seahawks 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 Seattle Seahawks tickets cost?

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Where is the best parking at CenturyLink Field?

CenturyLink Field has parking lots and spaces that are available for purchase adjacent to the stadium. As well, there are many local and private options for parking that are within walking distance of CenturyLink Field. CenturyLink Field is also accessible via public transportation by ways of both rail service and metro bus service.

Can I buy away tickets for the Seahawks?

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What makes CenturyLink Field special?

CenturyLink Field is known to be home to the loudest fans anywhere in the NFL. The fans broke the Guinness World Record for loudest crowd roar at an outdoor stadium in 2013, which was soon broken by fans of the Kansas City Chiefs. Suffice it to say, going to a game at CenturyLink Field would provide an experience like no other. CenturyLink Field also sports a large flagpole at the south end flying a flag with the number 12 on it, representing and saluting the fans as the 12th man.

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An incredible experience awaits at a Seattle Seahawks game at CenturyLink Field. The Seahawks provide a unique NFL event with the amazing crowd atmosphere and dazzling football displayed on the field. Home of the “12th Man,” the environment surrounding Seattle football is like no other. Get your tickets today and experience the action!



The Seahawks roster is chock-full of exciting young talent. Their offense is bolstered by speedy and skilled athletes who make highlight-reel plays every week. The Seahawks defense is typically one of the best in the league, led by the “Legion of Boom” in their secondary. Don’t miss out on the thrilling NFL football action!

Aided by the loud support of their home crowd, the Seahawks proudly boast a terrific record in CenturyLink Field. Twice recorded as the loudest sporting event crowd according to Guinness World Records, the crowd at CenturyLink Field is rambunctious in support of their team. Come and join over 65,000 passionate Seahawks fans and make some noise at CenturyLink Field!

Competitive football, impressive stadium accommodations, and an electric crowd atmosphere are all on display at a Seattle Seahawks game. Join the Seahawks as they look to continue their recent success that includes a Super Bowl victory. The memories you will experience at CenturyLink Field will last a lifetime. Grab tickets today and be a part of the experience!

Seattle Seahawks Overview

A Lombardi Trophy rests in the halls of Qwest Field, emblematic of the team’s dominating victory in Super Bowl XLVIII.

But this statement is irrefutable: the Seahawks should have two titles.

The painful reality for this “12th Man” fan base is that, in a league in which success and excellence is fleeting, Seattle missed a golden opportunity for a rare feat. But all signs indicate that the window remains open for the foreseeable future – with a chance to build a legacy in the greater northwest.

This region hadn’t seen any glimpse of the National Football League until the Seahawks swooped in to the Kingdome prior to the 1976 season as a member of the AFC West.

And the most significant piece of those early years came right away – in a rather understated fashion. In August of ’76, the Seahawks traded a 1977 eighth round pick to the Houston Oilers in exchange for little-known wide receiver Steve Largent. He and quarterback Jim Zorn provided the majority of the excitement for the inaugural season, as Seattle won just two games. Largent had 13.1 yards per reception and four touchdowns.

His numbers would only improve from there. And, eventually, the Seahawks would follow suit. The 1978 season would be prove to be the first winning campaign – a 9-7 record was made possible by Largent’s 1,168 receiving yards and Zorn’s 3,283 passing yards. Jack Patera, who manned the sideline from the beginning, was named NFL Coach of the Year.

Any thoughts of further improvement were washed away beginning 1980. A dreary stretch of three straight losing seasons led to the Seattle brass hiring Chuck Knox as head coach. Known for sparking turnarounds, as he had done in Buffalo, Knox’ run-first style played into the hands of Curt Warner – who rushed for 1,449 yards and 13 touchdowns.

The trio of Warner, Largent and new signal-caller Dave Krieg brought the Seahawks back up to 9-7 and was enough for the first playoff berth in franchise history. This trip to the postseason would not be a short stay. Seattle beat Denver, 31-7, in the Wild Card round. Then, the Seahawks stunned the defending AFC Champion Miami Dolphins in the Orange Bowl, 27-20.

They met their match in the AFC title game – falling to the eventual Super Bowl-winning Los Angeles Raiders.

Seattle would be stronger for 1984. From Oct. 14 through Dec. 2, it went undefeated (eight in a row). A division crown, however, would slip through the grasp. A Week 17 home loss to Denver ensured that the Broncos ruled the AFC West.

And while the Seahawks were able to enact revenge and defeat the Raiders in the ’84 playoffs, the tables would be turned one week later – in the form of a 31-10 loss to Miami.

Seattle remained a consistent club for the remainder of the decade, averaging nearly nine wins per year. Unfortunately, the playoff win total during that time would be zero.

Largent ended his career after the 1989 season with 819 catches, 13,089 yards and 100 touchdowns along with seven Pro Bowl selections and the Hall of Fame waiting for him in 1995. Shortly after No. 80 concluded his playing career, he jumped into a political career – serving eight years in the U.S. House of Representatives with Oklahoma’s 1st congressional district.

It wouldn’t have been much of a surprise to see Washington’s pro football team suffer in 1990 as it tried to fill the void – both in performance and leadership – left by Largent’s retirement.

That assumption held true early on, as the Seahawks started out 0-3. But Knox righted the ship. Seattle won nine of its final 13 games. The playoffs were not to be, but a wave of momentum appear to carry the Seahawks into 1991.

That belief didn’t hold true. Instead, the team suffer through its worst stretch since the expansion days.

With Knox gone and two-time Super Bowl champion Tom Flores in charge, 1992 was an unmitigated disaster. They managed to score 140 points – the lowest 16-game regular season output in NFL history – behind unpolished quarterbacks such as Kelly Stouffer, Stan Gelbaugh and Dan McGwire. Only a strong defense – led by Defensive Player of the Year, Cortez Kennedy – could salvage an otherwise worthless 2-14 effort.

Things didn’t get much better. The Seahawks didn’t have another winning season until 1999. They made poor draft picks, including the selection of quarterback Rick Mirer from Notre Dame. They had poor personnel and poor leadership.

Hopes for that to change came in the form of Mike Holmgren, who was fresh off a string off a pair of Super Bowl trips with the Green Bay Packers. The new head coach (and general manager) made immediate dividends. Seattle started 8-2, only to lose five of the last six. Although they reached the postseason again, the Seahawks did it on a cold spell. The Dolphins would oust them in the Wild Card round.

Seattle wasn’t through making wholesale changes – many of which were key in the future seasons. Holmgren traded for former Packer backup QB Matt Hasselbeck and drafted running back Shaun Alexander. The team also left the Kingdome and began playing its home contests at the University of Washington’s Husky Stadium for the 2000 and 2001 seasons while Qwest Field was being built. The Seahawks also made an unprecedented shift – moving over to the NFC prior to 2002 to abide to divisional realignment.

In their second season in the NFC West, the ‘Hawks returned to the postseason – only to lose an overtime thriller to the Packers in overtime. A similar fate came in 2004. Following a division title, the St. Louis Rams ruined the hopes for an extended playoff run. A 27-20 win for the Rams meant a sixth straight postseason defeat.

Those frustrations that come with falling short of expectations probably fueled what took place in 2005. Seattle posted not only the best record in the NFC, but the most wins in franchise history (13). Hasselbeck and Alexander accounted for nearly all of the Seahawk offense – with Alexander leading the league in rushing yardage (1,880) and scoring a then-record 27 touchdowns on the ground. Hasselbeck, meanwhile, passed for nearly 3,500 yards.

It also helped that they had a tremendous home-field advantage, which was put to good use in playoff wins over the Washington Redskins and the Carolina Panthers in the NFC Championship. The first trip to the Super Bowl ended with more frustration than fond memories.

The myriad of missed opportunities for Seattle included poor officiating, as some questionable calls went the way of the Pittsburgh Steelers. A fourth quarter interception in Pittsburgh territory doomed the Seahawks. Just a few days after the 21-10 loss at Ford Field, Holmgren spoke before a rally at Qwest Field: "We knew it was going to be tough going up against the Pittsburgh Steelers. I didn't know we were going to have to play the guys in the striped shirts as well.”

Holmgren couldn’t get the Seahawks back to redeem themselves. Instead, successive Divisional Round exits would follow. Then, a 4-12 campaign was the swan song for their head coach. Succeeding Holmgren would be Jim L. Mora, but it wouldn’t be for a lengthy stay.

An early season injury to Hasselbeck doomed Seattle. It would finish 5-11 – and Mora wouldn’t exactly endear himself the fans or his players. Appropriately, he was fired in the offseason.

It was now Pete Carroll’s turn at this gig – and his second time around as a head coach in the NFL. After winning a pair of national titles with the University of Southern California, Carroll was after a new challenge.

A 4-2 start piqued the interest around the league, but mediocre play sunk them to below the .500 mark in December. However, due to the weakness of the NFC West, the Seahawks stood in position to take the division crown. And by beating St. Louis Rams in a Week 17 showdown, the title was theirs. Amazingly, the 7-9 Seahawks were hosting a playoff game.

The New Orleans Saints were the unfortunate ones who had to travel to the toughest road test in pro football. Four touchdown passes by Hasselbeck and an electrifying 67-yard scoring run by running back Marshawn Lynch (in which he broke nine tackles and cause a ruckus that registered as seismic activity) gave the Seahawks the cushion they needed.

The Chicago Bears put an end to Seattle’s Cinderella postseason one week later. It also marked the end of Hasselbeck’s long tenure with the Seahawks.

Needing a new signal-caller, they got one in the 2012 NFL Draft. Russell Wilson was a third round pick merely chosen, by most experts’ thoughts, as a backup to Matt Flynn (whom Seattle had signed via free agency).

But by displaying the determination that is still ever-present to this day, he earned the starting gig – and never looked back. The Seahawks, too, are all the better for it.

Wilson engineered comeback victories over Green Bay, New England, and Chicago. Seattle won its seventh NFC West championship in ten years, notched a road playoff victory against Washington and provided much hope for the future.

That hope would be well-founded. Not only did Wilson improve, the defense became as stifling as any in football. This overpowering force was headed by the “Legion of Boom” – a secondary featuring outspoken cornerback Richard Sherman, safety Kam Chancellor, free safety Earl Thomas.

By the end of the 2013 regular season, the ‘Hawks were the No. 1 seed in the NFC. That equaled trouble for all opponents. The New Orleans Saints were no match in the Divisional playoff. The San Francisco 49ers would challenge them for the NFC Championship.

Undaunted by the crowd noise, the Niners led 10-3 at halftime – only to relinquish that advantage. Seattle used a pair of touchdowns and a pair of interceptions to gain and maintain a six-point edge. San Francisco’s last-ditch effort to win in the final seconds was thwarted when a pass intended for Michael Crabtree in the end zone was tipped away by Sherman and landed into the hands of linebacker Malcolm Smith.

The Seahawks, and the “12th Man,” were off to the Meadowlands and Super Bowl XLVIII. For any neutral observers or fans of the opposing Denver Broncos, it was an off-Broadway show that didn’t merit watching after two quarters. For Seattle rooters, it was a glorious coronation.

The defense rendered Peyton Manning and the Denver attack lifeless. A 22-0 halftime lead became 29-0 when Percy Harvin took the second half kickoff 87 yards to pay dirt. Smith, thanks to his interception return for a TD in the second period, earned MVP honors. Seattle took the Lombardi Trophy with a 43-8 win.

There would be traces of a Super Bowl hangover in the early portion of 2014. But those who held that belief once Carroll’s team was 6-4 on Nov. 16 was soundly proven incorrect by the time the calendar hit January.

Seattle returned to the NFC Championship Game – and this meeting with the Green Bay Packers would undoubtedly be the wildest playoff game this franchise would ever play. An exorbitant amount of mistakes from Wilson prevented the Seahawks from generating any momentum on offense. The only scoring through three quarters came courtesy of a TD pass from punter Jon Ryan (on a fake field goal).

Visiting Green Bay held a 19-7 lead with just under three minutes left, but Wilson (finally) got locked in. This quarterback who often seemed cornered, but not conquered, led a touchdown drive. An onside kick was necessary – as was a good helping of luck. The Seahawks got both. Green Bay misplayed the kick and Seattle recovered. In just four plays, Wilson guided the ‘Hawks on another TD march. Lynch gave his club the lead with 1:25 left, and a two-point conversion pushed the lead to three.

Aaron Rodgers and the Packers showed resolve, driving down far enough to set up a tying field goal. But fate was on Seattle’s side. After winning the coin toss, Russell connected with Jermaine Kearse for a 35-yard touchdown pass that punched the Seahawks’ ticket to another Super Bowl.

But all that good fortune would be overshadowed by bad decision-making at the conclusion of Super Bowl XLIX against the New England Patriots. Sports generates plenty of opinions and debates. But the choosing by Pete Carroll to pass at the goal line with his team down by four and just 26 seconds left on the clock – instead of run with a bruiser like Marshawn Lynch – can’t be supported soundly.

The pass called for was intercepted by Malcolm Smith, and what was should have been back-to-back titles morphed into a fourth ring for the Patriots’ combination of Belichick and Brady.

Chances to win a Super Bowl are few and far between, but the Seahawks seemed primed to remain in serious contention – especially if their prized quarterback signs long-term. The noise you hear on Sundays at Qwest Field isn’t likely to die down anytime soon.

Seattle Seahawks Lineup

  • Tarvaris Jackson
  • Russell Wilson
  • Marshawn Lynch
  • Christine Michael
  • Robert Turbin
  • Derrick Coleman
  • Will Tukuafu
  • Doug Baldwin
  • David Gilreath
  • Jermaine Kearse
  • Ricardo Lockette
  • Kevin Norwood
  • Paul Richardson
  • Bryan Walters
  • Demarcus Dobbs
  • Cooper Helfet
  • Anthony McCoy
  • Zach Miller
  • Tony Moeaki
  • Luke Willson
  • Clint Gresham
  • Patrick Lewis
  • Stephen Schilling
  • Max Unger
  • Alvin Bailey
  • Justin Britt
  • Garry Gilliam
  • Andrew McDonald
  • Russell Okung
  • James Carpenter
  • J.R. Sweezy
  • Cliff Avril
  • Michael Bennett
  • Cassius Marsh
  • O'Brien Schofield
  • Greg Scruggs
  • Jordan Hill
  • Tony McDaniel
  • Brandon Mebane
  • D'Anthony Smith
  • Jesse Williams
  • Kevin Williams
  • Brock Coyle
  • Heath Farwell
  • Bruce Irvin
  • Mike Morgan
  • Kevin Pierre-Louis
  • Malcolm Smith
  • Mike Taylor
  • Bobby Wagner
  • K.J. Wright
  • Jeremy Lane
  • Byron Maxwell
  • Richard Sherman
  • Tharold Simon
  • Marcus Burley
  • Kam Chancellor
  • Jeron Johnson
  • DeShawn Shead
  • Steven Terrell
  • Earl Thomas
  • Steven Hauschka
  • Jon Ryan

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Cheap Seattle Seahawks Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$3.00 NFL Preseason: Seattle Seahawks at Kansas City Chiefs — 08/13/2016
Arrowhead Stadium; Kansas City, MO
$8.00 NFL Preseason: Seattle Seahawks at Oakland Raiders — 09/01/2016
O.Co Coliseum; Oakland, CA
$9.00 Preseason: Seattle Seahawks at Kansas City Chiefs — 08/21/2015
Arrowhead Stadium; Kansas City, MO
$10.00 Preseason: Seattle Seahawks at San Diego Chargers — 08/29/2015
Qualcomm Stadium; San Diego, CA
$13.00 Seattle Seahawks at Minnesota Vikings — 12/06/2015
TCF Bank Stadium; Minneapolis, MN
$16.00 Seattle Seahawks at Kansas City Chiefs — 11/16/2014
Arrowhead Stadium; Kansas City, MO
$17.00 Seattle Seahawks at St. Louis Rams — 10/19/2014
Edward Jones Dome; St Louis, MO
$18.00 Seattle Seahawks at Washington Redskins — 10/06/2014
FedExField; Landover, MD
$25.00 Preseason: Seattle Seahawks at San Diego Chargers — 08/29/2015
Qualcomm Stadium; San Diego, CA
$39.00 Seattle Seahawks at Dallas Cowboys — 11/01/2015
AT&T Stadium; Arlington, TX

Best and Most Expensive Seattle Seahawks Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$3,772.00NFC Divisional Playoffs: Seattle Seahawks at Carolina Panthers — 01/17/2016
Bank of America Stadium; Charlotte, NC
$1,204.00NFC Championship: TBD at Seattle Seahawks — 01/24/2016
CenturyLink Field; Seattle, WA
$728.00NFC Wild Card or Divisional Playoffs: TBD at Seattle Seahawks — 01/10/2016
CenturyLink Field; Seattle, WA
$415.00Super Bowl XLIX: Seattle Seahawks vs New England Patriots — 02/01/2015
University of Phoenix Stadium; Glendale, AZ
$342.00NFC Championship: Green Bay Packers at Seattle Seahawks — 01/18/2015
CenturyLink Field; Seattle, WA
$301.00Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks — 11/15/2015
CenturyLink Field; Seattle, WA
$273.00St. Louis Rams at Seattle Seahawks — 12/28/2014
CenturyLink Field; Seattle, WA
$270.00Pittsburgh Steelers at Seattle Seahawks — 11/29/2015
CenturyLink Field; Seattle, WA
$270.00San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks — 11/22/2015
CenturyLink Field; Seattle, WA
$248.00Seattle Seahawks at New England Patriots — 11/13/2016
Gillette Stadium; Foxborough, MA
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