Atlanta Falcons Tickets for the Georgia Dome
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More Information on Atlanta Falcons Games at the Georgia Dome
Best Deals on Tickets: Ticket prices for the Atlanta Falcons home games have averaged $120.00 per ticket during the past three seasons. While stronger games sell out quickly there is always games against weaker teams so if you're looking to just get in and see a live Atlanta Falcons game at the stadium you will find cheaper prices on games against teams that are not that strong. Monday night games tend to be the highest priced games.
Parking at the Atlanta Falcons games can be mostly painless. Pricing for parking can vary depending on the event. A good tip is to enter from the Dome's deck from Foundry St, off of Marietta St. Expect more traffic leaving the deck than entering. There are over 4000 available parking spaces and parking lots open up to three hours prior to kickoff of a game.
You can choose to take the MARTA to an Atlanta Falcons game. Although after a game there tends to be line as long as an hour of people waiting for the MARTA.
The Georgia Dome was designed primarily for football, so it's at its best hosting football games. I'm more of a basketball fan and do not think the Dome is great for viewing basketball games. For basketball games, half the floor is curtained off and makeshift stands are set up in the middle of the floor to make the dome feel smaller. A lot of the existing seats have awkward and unnatural sightlines. When attending a basketball game at the Dome, it's pretty obvious the place wasn't meant for basketball. In most cases, you're better off watching on TV.
The Stadium is designed for football games and has the capacity to hold up to 80,000 fans.