Rams kick off LA Stadium seat & suite sales

The Los Angeles Rams announced today that all fans may now purchase seats and suites at LA Stadium, the team's new home that will open in 2020. Fans may now go to TheRams.com/LAStadium to learn more information, see seating options or book an appointment to visit the LA Stadium Premiere Center. The new stadium is the centerpiece of the 298-acre Los Angeles Stadium and Entertainment District (LASED) at Hollywood Park being built in Inglewood by Rams Owner/Chairman E. Stanley Kroenke.

"Delivering a game-changing experience for Rams fans is at the heart of Stan Kroenke's vision for LA Stadium," said Rams COO Kevin Demoff. "We have seen great enthusiasm from season ticket members when they see the stadium come to life through virtual reality or a visit to the Premiere Center. We are excited to now give more fans an opportunity to learn more and join us at our new house at Hollywood Park."

Seating options for Rams games fall into three categories: Club, Premier and Reserved.

Club Seats are located primarily in the lower bowls of the new stadium. Club Seat holders will have a host of benefits at the new stadium including the possibility of purchasing tickets for other sports and entertainment events at the stadium. In addition, these seats have benefits such as VIP parking, access to numerous exclusive Club areas with LA-authentic dining experiences as well as wider, cushioned seats and extraordinary sightlines.

Premier and Reserved seating comprise the remaining70 percent of the building. Premier Seats offer the next level of exclusivity after Club Seats, including dedicated access into the building, exclusive concourse areas and the opportunity to purchase parking on-site.

All season tickets will have an accompanying Stadium Seat License (SSL). The SSL is a one-time payment that guarantees purchasers the right to their seats. The Stadium Seat License program includes an innovative repayment program. This is the first time an NFL seat license program has offered to return seat license payments. All payments made under the SSL agreement, including any finance charges, will be treated as refundable deposits, with repayment from available funds to be made in 50 years.

All SSLs have a variety of payment options, including short-term installment plans or longer-term financing. All proceeds from SSL sales will go toward the construction of the new stadium. Season ticket prices will be locked in for three years.

  • For available Reserved Seats, the price range for accompanying SSLs is $1,000 to $5,000 per seat and season tickets range from $60 to $125 per game.
  • For available Premier Seats, SSLs cost $7,500 per seat with season tickets at $150 per game.
  • SSLs for Club Seats range from $15,000 to $80,000 per seat and accompanying season tickets are $375 per game.

In 2018, the Rams first gave Season Ticket Members and those on the LA Stadium deposit list the opportunity to buy seats at the new stadium. Rams Club Seats were made available to this group in March and Rams Premier and Reserved Seats in September.

In addition, for the first time, a limited number of suites are available for purchase solely for Rams games. There are four types of suites – Bungalows, Executive Suites, Perch Suites, and Terrace Suites – which vary by location, size and access. These suites range from eight – thirty tickets, and include benefits such as VIP parking, access to numerous exclusive Club areas with LA-authentic dining experiences and the opportunity to purchase tickets to other events including Super Bowl LVI.

A limited number of suites are still available that give the holder access to every event under the canopy, including all Rams and Los Angeles Chargers games, as well as other events.

Before LA Stadium becomes the Rams House in 2020, the Rams will play their final season at the newly-renovated LA Memorial Coliseum, which the team called home from 1946-1979 and then again since returning to Los Angeles in 2016. Fans may purchase 2019 Rams tickets at therams.com/tickets to be there for a rematch of the NFC Championship game against the Saints in Week 2, as well as primetime match-ups against the NFC North Champion Bears and AFC North Champion Ravens.

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