The Atlanta Falcons have announced that the Mercedes-Benz Stadium Preview Center opened to the general public Monday, November 16.
To date, current Atlanta Falcons season ticket holders have been given priority to secure seats in Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Now, in this next phase of development, all fans have an opportunity to visit the Mercedes-Benz Stadium Preview Center and learn about available seating, along with the building's exciting new fan experience amenities and unique structural features.
Season ticket members are guaranteed a three year price lock on Falcons season tickets for the 2017, 2018 and 2019 seasons. Fans interested in securing seats for the 2017 season are offered 17 different price points beginning at just $60 per seat per game, which includes ticket and personal seat license financing.
Visiting the Mercedes-Benz Preview Center provides fans the opportunity to test drive the stadium experience, find a seating option that suits their needs, and be part of an exciting new era for the Falcons.
"We are excited and proud to welcome all of our fans to the Mercedes-Benz Stadium Preview Center to see what is in store for 2017," said Rich McKay, President & CEO of the Atlanta Falcons. "Mercedes-Benz Stadium is designed to put fans first, with amenities for fans on all levels and at all price points. We have had a tremendous response from those who have visited the center and look forward to opening it to everyone."
Located at 3284 Northside Parkway, NW, in the first floor of the Medici Building in Atlanta, the Mercedes-Benz Stadium Preview Center is conveniently located for fans across the metro area. Visits to the preview center are by appointment only, with evening and Saturday hours to offer flexibility and convenience.
In person or virtual phone appointments may be made by visiting mercedesbenzstadium.com, by calling 678-686-4400 or by email at MBS@falcons.nfl.com. About Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Mercedes-Benz Stadium is a multi-purpose venue featuring flexible capacity; a retractable roof structure inspired by the oculus in the ancient Rome Pantheon; views of the Atlanta skyline; a 360-degree HD video halo board that, at nearly six stories tall and 1,100 linear feet in diameter, will be the largest in the NFL and the world; an exterior fan plaza that will provide fans with pre- and post-game entertainment; and a technology lounge offering a unique game-day experience full of media content and full game-day immersion. Founding partners include IBM, Equifax, SunTrust, Novelis, Home Depot, NCR and American Family Insurance.