The game will be held on Sunday, November 19, 2017, with kickoff scheduled for 3:25 p.m. (Mexico City time). The cost of tickets for the much anticpated game between the reigning Super Bowl champion Patriots, and the Oakland Raiders will be between $650 pesos up to $3,550 pesos in general admission to $6,500 pesos including hospitality, providing a variety of different price options for Mexican fans. The complete list of prices will be available on the home page of Ticketmaster Mexico prior to the sale.
Tickets will be sold exclusively on the Ticketmaster Mexico website (www.ticketmaster.com.mx), which will operate from 9:00 AM to 11:00 PM daily including Saturday and Sunday. No tickets will be available by phone, in Ticketmaster centers nor in Estadio Azteca.
On August 15 there will be a pre-sale for customers of Grupo Financiero Banorte, and from August 16 tickets will be available to the general public starting with those fans that pre-registered on www.NFL.com/Mexico, as was the case for last year's game.
These fans will receive an e-mail on Tuesday August 15 with the link to the event and a unique, personal and untransferable code for the Wednesday morning sale. With this code they will be able to access the event in the Ticketmaster Mexico webpage on the day and at the time indicated by Ticketmaster Mexico to select from these 3 options:
»1) General Admission
»3) Restricted View
Tickets will be available in all 3 areas.
Fans will have to input the code to gain access to the event, and then will be able to purchase up to 4 tickets, depending on availability.
Carla Juan Chelala, General Director of Marketing at Grupo Financiero Banorte, said: "For Banorte it is a pleasure to join with the NFL again to bring Mexico to this great event, where we will undoubtedly demonstrate Mexico's passion!"
"Not only we will have a pre-sale, but other promotions for our customers to enjoy this game and some other experiences along with the NFL and Banorte, the Bank of Mexico," she added.
During the press conference, Olivé thanked the Ministry of Tourism, CPTM, Estadio Azteca, Televisa and Grupo Financiero Banorte, as well as the other game sponsors and NFL Mexico sponsors for their support.
Olivé also informed fans that On Location Experiences (OLE), the official hospitality partner of the National Football League (NFL), will be providing experiences for the International Game in Mexico. In an effort to attract more international visitors to Mexico, OLE and the NFL are partnering together to directly provide US, European, Latin American and Mexican fans with a full weekend of programming beyond the game to experience the sights, cuisine and culture of historical Mexico City, as it will be included on the website. Click here for more information on On Locations Experiences at the NFL Mexico game.