The Chiefs 2020 season schedule is set to be released on Thursday with home game tickets available for purchase on Friday, May 8th. Season ticket members will have a presale beginning Friday at 11 a.m.
As always, Jackson County residents will have a presale opportunity to purchase single-game tickets for the 2020 season from 8 – 10 a.m. on Friday. The presale is available online only this season.
The box office will not be open for any ticket sales during this time. The general public may purchase tickets beginning at Noon on Friday. You can purchase the tickets on the Chiefs website.
Refund / Cancellation Policy From the Chiefs Website: If a game is canceled and cannot be rescheduled or is played under conditions that prohibit fans from attending, such as a public authority restricts gatherings to no more than a small number of people, primary ticket and parking purchasers will receive a full refund for any impacted games, including any fees paid. Season Ticket Members will have the option for a refund or can credit the cost of their variably priced ticket(s) for any affected games. Any resale tickets purchased would be subject to the refund policy of the marketplace used for purchase.
Today on the Dan Patrick show, Bob Costas brought up the fact that the proposed schedule change in the NFL could move the Super Bowl to Presidents Day weekend. A large majority of fans could now enjoy the game without the concern of going to work the next day. If Chiefs Kingdom continues this run we may all be thankful for the change.
Interesting result of the proposed 17 game schedule: the Super Bowl could move to President's Day weekend and (most) people would have the day after the SB off work pic.twitter.com/oC8ewGE7ko
Remember the terror that would pulse through Chiefs Kingdom when the ball was thrown towards Orlando Scandrick? It’s easy to get over now that KC has a Super Bowl win under our belt but apparently some fans just won’t let things go. One fan took to Twitter today to have some fun at his expense and it’s turned into a roast fest on Orlando. Poor guy lol
Not everyone has a twitter account and absolutely no one has the time to watch all of the media coverage of this Super Bowl. With that in mind we have scrolled through Twitter to lay out some of the more interesting and funny things said over the first few days in Miami. Happy reading / listening and as always…. LET’S GO CHIEFS!!!!!!
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From selling hot dogs at San Francisco State to eating cheeseburgers after hoisting the Lamar Hunt Trophy. A former sportswriter, an @Eagles & @Chiefs legend, and the man who thousands of fans, coaches, and players are pulling for. @PSchrags on Andy Reid.
The Chiefs have gone with a pass play 61.4% of the time this season, including playoffs. The only teams with higher % prior to playing in a Super Bowl were the 2008 Cardinals (63.1%) and the 2009 Colts (62.8%), per @EliasSports. Both teams lost in the Super Bowl. pic.twitter.com/i8NFL7vAzQ
#Chiefs HC Andy Reid talks about how his former QB Alex Smith helped his now QB Patrick Mahomes develop. He said Smith let Mahomes into his world and helped him learn about how to take care of his body, which is important. pic.twitter.com/f6oKl5rGhU
Have you heard of the Football Wanderer? He’s a Brit named Jacob and he’s attempting to break the world record for watching an NFL game in every stadium in the leauge in the quickest amount time.
He’s halfway through his 84 day journey and he’ll be making his stop at Arrowhead this Sunday when the Chiefs take on the Houston Texans. Being from Kansas City we all know Arrowhead is the premier stadium experience in the NFL. Let’s be sure to show Jacob just how great of a football city we are this weekend!
He does need a representative from each team to sign a form letting the people at Guinness Book know he was there. You can follow his journey or contact him on Twitter if you can help out. Welcome to KC Jacob. Go Chiefs!!