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After up and down seasons, the Redskins may have found their starting QB in Kirk Cousins. The Redskins are in the tough NFC East which is a dog fight to see who’s best. DeSean Jackson is an elite weapon the Redskins have and has to be accounted for on every play. Check out the great offerings of Washington Redskins tickets on Rukkus!

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How Do I Buy The Best Washington Redskins tickets?

The best way to purchase Washington Redskins tickets is to go directly to their specific ticket page. There you will find the entire schedule for the Redskins 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 Redskins tickets. Every step of the Rukkus process will ensure that you are able to find the best NFL tickets in no time. 


Is there a seating chart for the Redskins tickets that I just purchased?

Rukkus has a seating chart for FedExField that provides a seat view of every possible section. If you are either looking to purchase a ticket or have already bought your seat, our seat views will give you the ability to see exactly what the view of the game will be from your seat. The interactive seating charts of FedExField provide a convenient way to preview everything about your experience so that you are completely informed before making your game purchase. 


How much do Washington Redskins tickets cost?

Rukkus uses algorithms to find the best Redskins tickets for your budget. Whether that is cheap tickets or more expensive tickets, Rukkus has access to thousands of great value tickets at FedExField. You may encounter a high fluctuation of NFL ticket prices. If you are having trouble finding the perfect ticket, our fan operations team will be happy to take your call and make certain that you are able to buy the best ticket out there.


Where is the best parking at FedExField?

FedExField has many parking options available no matter where your seat is located. For a Washington Redskins home game at FedExField, a parking permit is required to access the lots around the stadium. Without a parking permit, you are able to park at a location close to the stadium for a nominal fee that is operated by the Washington Redskins on Brightseat Road. If you prefer not to drive, FedExField is accessible via public transportation on the metro by taking the Blue Line to the Morgan Boulevard Metro Station. 


Can I buy away tickets for the Redskins?

Purchasing tickets for the Washington Redskins when they are on the road is simple. Check the schedule for the night that they will be in town and go to Redskins. 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. 


When do Washington Redskins tickets go on sale?

There are a couple simple ways to be notified when Redskins tickets go on sale. They are usually able to be purchased a few months before the opening game. It is also possible to set up a personal price alert for both a team or a specific game, so that you can know right away if any game information has changed. Rukkus is one of the first companies to display tickets for a NFL game at FedExField. If you can’t find the information that you are looking for please email our team over at: hi@rukkus.com 


Can I purchase home game tickets for the Redskins?

Rukkus makes is simple to find and buy home games for the Redskins. The schedule for all games happening at FedExField are listed on the team tickets page. Since Rukkus pulls all NFL ticket information, it is a simple process to purchase home games for the Redskins. Whether your home game purchase is the cheapest, most expensive, or best ticket around, you can rest assured that Rukkus always guarantees every ticket sold. If there is ever an issue with your ticket purchasing experience, please feel free to reach out to our customer service team for help.


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What makes FedExField special?

FedExField is truly a remarkable place to watch a Redskins game. Since the first day FedExField opened in 1997, every Redskins game played there has been a sellout. The popularity of FedExField and the Redskins organization not only makes for a great game, but a great environment within the stadium filled with diehard fans surely to make your experience there an unforgettable one.

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If a thrilling day of live NFL action and an enthusiastic environment is what you’re looking for, a Washington Redskins game is the perfect event. The Redskins play an exciting style of football, as their talented roster of experienced players is on display in Landover, Maryland. Don’t miss your chance to experience a terrific live event. Get your Washington Redskins tickets today!



The Redskins have always had the full support of football fans in the Washington metropolitan area. They play an exciting brand of football, including a hard-hitting defense that boasts an impressive corps of defensive linemen. On the other side of the ball, the young and athletic players acquired in the NFL Draft make for an explosive offense that gives opponents headaches. Don’t miss the chance to see a live Redskins game!

The Washington metropolitan area is a terrific host for their NFL team. The experience of attending a Redskins game is furthered by the fun atmosphere both inside and out of FedEx Field. Pre-game activities can be found outside of the stadium, as fans barbeque in the parking lots and enjoy the festivities. The stadium is also terrific inside, and hosts well over 75,000 fans comfortably. Get yourself tickets to this venue and come join the fun!

Excellent football, a fantastic stadium facility, and an electric atmosphere come standard with a trip to FedEx Field. The Washington Redskins provide entertainment for thousands when they take the field to battle their fierce opposition. Come join Redskins fans as they cheer on their team for a day filled with thrilling NFL action. Get your tickets today!

Washington Redskins Overview

There are no better fans in the National Football League than Washington Redskins fans. The team has been in the news for the wrong reasons for close to 20 years now and yet, according to NFL attendance figures, the team has somehow broken the single-season paid attendance record 10 years in a row.

The reason the fan base is so loyal (and apparently growing) is because Washington is a historic franchise with true greatness in its past.

The team was founded way back in 1932 as a part of the Eastern division. Back then, home field was Braves field in Boston, Massachusetts, and the team was known as the Boston Braves. Just a year later, a move to Fenway Park was arranged and a name change brought the Redskins nickname to fruition. The team remained the Boston Redskins for just a few seasons though before relocating to Washington, D.C. in 1937.

That final season in Boston, the Redskins won their division but lost the NFL championship to Green Bay. However, that was the start of a superb run. In 1937, the team’s first season in DC, the Skins topped themselves by winning the league championship, defeating Chicago 28-21. Through the decade, Washington (including the final Boston season) would win its division six times, make the title game six times and win two championships.

That would be all the success for a while though. As the NFL expanded and created conferences, Washington would go 25 straight seasons missing the playoffs starting in 1946. In 1971, the turnaround would begin, and the 1980s would bring with them another decade of excellence.

In ’71, the team would finally make the playoffs again after the extended string of failures. The very next season, the Redskins would win their very first NFC championship and make Super Bowl VII. A loss came at the hands of Miami, but things were looking up. Head coach George Allen was named Coach of the Year for the ’71 season. Running back Larry Brown was named NFL MVP and Offensive Player of the Year in ’72. Brown led the league in yards from scrimmage despite playing in just 12 of the team’s 14 games.

A few more playoff berths followed by a few losing seasons paved the way for Washington owning the league standings and building its peerless fan base.

In 1982, Joe Gibbs won his first of back-to-back Coach of the Year awards. The Redskins would win the conference in a strike-shortened season and capture their first Super Bowl title, grabbing some revenge by topping Miami to boot. This was also the controversial year where kicker Mark Moseley captured league MVP. It was obviously and rightly the only time a kicker has ever won the MVP award.

In ’83, as Gibbs was Coach of the Year again, quarterback Joe Theismann was named (a more proper) NFL MVP and the team went 14-2. Theismann threw for 3,714 yards and 29 touchdowns, incredible numbers at the time and still pretty good even by today’s standards. The team would unfortunately lose Super Bowl XVIII though to Oakland.

It wouldn’t stay down long. Washington was back in the Super Bowl just four years later, this time defeating Denver to capture the franchise’s second ring of the ‘80s. Doug Williams was named Super Bowl MVP and also became the first black quarterback to ever start and win a Super Bowl. In that contest, he set then-championship records with 340 passing yards and four touchdowns. (Both numbers have since been eclipsed.)

Success wasn’t quite finished though. The Redskins would win one more Super Bowl, this time in 1991 against the Buffalo Bills, bringing the franchise totals to three SBs and five overall league titles. It would also somewhat mark the end of an era for Washington both on and off the field.

Since that 1991 season, the Skins have yet to make it back to the top. Just five playoff berths have followed in the subsequent 23 years. The team would also lose its owner and leave its longtime home of RFK Stadium. Owner Jack Kent Cooke died in 1997. After failing to raise the necessary funds, his son John would sell the team to Daniel Snyder.

Snyder purchased the franchise for a then-record $800 million, and things have gone downhill ever since. Washington played in RFK since the 1960s before moving into its new (and current) home in 1997. The field had been named Jack Kent Cooke Stadium after the former owner’s death, but that doesn’t turn a profit. Snyder’s first order of business was selling the naming rights to his team’s stadium: FedEx Field.

Business is business, but Snyder has also been a bad owner on the field. His coaching hires have been disastrous over the years, including dabbling with Steve Spurrier from the NCAA ranks and bringing Joe Gibbs back for another run. The player signings and overpays have also created huge roster holes and salary-cap albatrosses.

There were the massive overpays for past-their-prime players like Deion Sanders and Albert Haynesworth. There were the scratch-your-head overpays of mediocre players like Jeff George and Antwaan Randle El.

Snyder has all the money in the world and isn’t afraid to spend on players. That is the lone good thing about his ownership era thus far…because it isn’t just football-related where Snyder has drawn the ire of the people.

The team nickname, Redskins, is widely considered a racial slur against Native Americans. The National Congress of American Indians has been fighting for a generation to remove demeaning nicknames from sports leagues. But Snyder continues to argue that the tradition of his football team is more important than the feelings of an entire race of people.

Despite the rising hatred for Snyder among those offended by his opinions and those furious with his football acumen, the Washington professional football franchise continues to excel. Forbes currently ranks it as the third-most valuable franchise in the NFL, and no matter how long it is before the team wins another Super Bowl, there won’t be many empty seats in the stadium.

Washington Redskins Lineup

  • Kirk Cousins
  • Robert Griffin
  • Colt McCoy
  • Roy Helu
  • Alfred Morris
  • Silas Redd
  • Darrel Young
  • Pierre Garcon
  • Ryan Grant
  • Leonard Hankerson
  • DeSean Jackson
  • Santana Moss
  • Jerry Rice Jr.
  • Andre Roberts
  • Aldrick Robinson
  • Niles Paul
  • Logan Paulsen
  • Jordan Reed
  • Kory Lichtensteiger
  • Nick Sundberg
  • Tom Compton
  • Morgan Moses
  • Tyler Polumbus
  • Trent Williams
  • Chris Chester
  • Shawn Lauvao
  • Josh LeRibeus
  • Spencer Long
  • Stephen Bowen
  • Kedric Golston
  • Jason Hatcher
  • Jackson Jeffcoat
  • Jarvis Jenkins
  • Chris Baker
  • Barry Cofield
  • Frank Kearse
  • Chris Neild
  • Everette Brown
  • Will Compton
  • Adam Hayward
  • Akeem Jordan
  • Ryan Kerrigan
  • Trent Murphy
  • Brian Orakpo
  • Perry Riley
  • Keenan Robinson
  • David Amerson
  • Bashaud Breeland
  • Greg Ducre
  • DeAngelo Hall
  • Tracy Porter
  • Courtney Bridget
  • Akeem Davis
  • Duke Ihenacho
  • Tanard Jackson
  • Brandon Meriweather
  • Phillip Thomas
  • E.J. Biggers
  • Ryan Clark
  • Trenton Robinson
  • Kai Forbath
  • Tress Way

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Washington Redskins Ticket Prices

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High: $402.00

Cheap Washington Redskins 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 NFL Preseason: Washington Redskins at Atlanta Falcons — 08/11/2016
Georgia Dome; Atlanta, GA
$2.00 Preseason: Jacksonville Jaguars at Washington Redskins — 09/03/2015
FedExField; Landover, MD
$4.00 Preseason: Washington Redskins at Cleveland Browns — 08/13/2015
FirstEnergy Stadium; Cleveland, OH
$6.00 St. Louis Rams at Washington Redskins — 09/20/2015
FedExField; Landover, MD
$8.00 Preseason: Detroit Lions at Washington Redskins — 08/20/2015
FedExField; Landover, MD
$8.00 NFL Preseason: New York Jets at Washington Redskins — 08/19/2016
FedExField; Landover, MD
$12.00 NFL Preseason: Washington Redskins at Tampa Bay Buccaneers — 08/31/2016
Raymond James Stadium; Tampa, FL
$13.00 Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins — 10/04/2015
FedExField; Landover, MD
$16.00 Miami Dolphins at Washington Redskins — 09/13/2015
FedExField; Landover, MD
$18.00 Seattle Seahawks at Washington Redskins — 10/06/2014
FedExField; Landover, MD

Best and Most Expensive Washington Redskins Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$402.00Washington Redskins at Philadelphia Eagles — 12/26/2015
Lincoln Financial Field; Philadelphia, PA
$299.00Washington Redskins vs Cincinnati Bengals — 10/30/2016
Wembley Stadium; London, UK
$271.00NFC Championship: TBD at Washington Redskins — 01/24/2016
FedExField; Landover, MD
$263.00Washington Redskins at New England Patriots — 11/08/2015
Gillette Stadium; Foxborough, MA
$180.00St. Louis Rams at Washington Redskins — 12/07/2014
FedExField; Landover, MD
$149.00Washington Redskins at Carolina Panthers — 11/22/2015
Bank of America Stadium; Charlotte, NC
$145.00Washington Redskins at New York Giants — 09/24/2015
MetLife Stadium; East Rutherford, NJ
$144.00Washington Redskins at New York Giants — 09/25/2016
MetLife Stadium; East Rutherford, NJ
$124.00Washington Redskins at Atlanta Falcons — 10/11/2015
Georgia Dome; Atlanta, GA
$123.00Dallas Cowboys at Washington Redskins — 12/07/2015
FedExField; Landover, MD
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