A Big Easy institution since 1967, the New Orleans Saints are focused to return to the top of the NFL this season. From the Archie Manning era of the seventies to their unforgettable Super Bowl XLIV triumph, the fans in New Orleans have always supported their hometown team. Help the Who Dat Nation fill the Louisiana Superdome this fall.
Buy New Orleans Saints tickets and watch Sean Payton's team battle it out to the Super Bowl this season. The Saints boast one of the most prolific passing attacks in the NFL and are coming off back-to-back playoff appearances. At Vivid Seats, you can get Saints tickets for any game at the Superdome, including marquee matchups against the NFL's top teams. We've separated ourselves from the competition by providing countless seating options and unmatched customer service. Every order comes backed by our 100% Buyer Guarantee, no matter which game you choose to attend on the 2013 Saints schedule. We also carry a ready supply of New Orleans Saints season tickets and hard-to-find Saints playoff tickets. The ensuing instructions explain how to purchase cheap Saints tickets today.
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Louisiana Superdome Seating Chart
Home to the New Orleans Saints for over 35 years, the Louisiana Superdome is one of the most exciting venues in the National Football League. View our Louisiana Superdome seating chart and find helpful game-day information including map, directions, and stadium specifics.
Saints Hope for Postseason Return Behind Payton, Ryan
Two of the New Orleans Saints’ most impactful offseason changes will be on the sidelines on Sundays. The return of head coach Sean Payton and the team’s hiring of Rob Ryan to serve as defensive coordinator should make a significant difference for a team that failed to make the postseason in 2012. Drew Brees managed to keep the offense on track with his incredible production in the passing game, including 5,177 passing yards and 43 touchdowns. Now, with Payton back with the team, Brees and the offense should be set to put up more staggering numbers as the Saints look to rebound from missing the playoffs for the first time since 2008. While the defense stumbled to hold up its end of the bargain at times in 2012, it will receive a major boost from Ryan, a defensive mastermind who will bring his vaunted 3-4 defense to the NFC South for the first time.
One player who figures to be a key component of Ryan’s scheme for years to come is Kenny Vaccaro, the Saints’ first-round draft pick from the University of Texas. Vaccaro is a versatile defensive back with a nose for the football who will likely see immediate action at free safety. Witness Brees and Co. pile on the points at the raucous Superdome by purchasing Saints tickets from Vivid Seats today.
Brees Consistent As Usual for Saints
Fans knew it’d be a tough year for their New Orleans Saints, but fortunately, star quarterback Drew Brees has been a breath of fresh air. In helping lead the Saints to their first win of the year over the San Diego Chargers, Brees set a new NFL record for the most consecutive games with a touchdown pass with 48, a streak that started back in 2009. Through five games, Brees is 139-for-236 passing and has totaled 1,720 yards and 14 touchdowns. Also helping lead the offense is Marques Colston with 28 receptions, 444 yards, and four touchdowns, while Pierre Thomas has 37 carries and 182 yards.
Just two months worth of home games remain for the 2012 slate, including bouts with Philadelphia Eagles (11/5), Atlanta Falcons (11/11), San Francisco 49ers (11/25), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (12/16), and Carolina Panthers (12/30). Purchase your New Orleans Saints tickets and reserve your seats at the Superdome with our great selection in stock now.