The final week of the NFL’s regular season is upon us, and the final pieces of the playoff puzzle will be put in place by Sunday night. The New England Patriots will take their AFC East-leading 12-3 record to Miami in hopes of clinching home field advantage through the postseason and will play the Miami Dolphins in the most expensive game of the week.
Check out the complete list of top-priced Week 17 games below, according to TicketIQ.com:
1/03/16 New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins | Avg. Price: $343.83 | Get-in: $120
Following a head-scratching overtime loss to the New York Jets in the Meadowlands on Sunday, the Patriots will hope to right the ship when they travel to Miami’s Sun Life Stadium to take on the struggling Dolphins this weekend. The average price for Miami Dolphins tickets vs the Patriots is currently $343.83 and the cheapest ticket is listed for $120. Pending a loss in Miami the Patriots can still clinch home field through the playoffs if the Denver Broncos lose to the San Diego Chargers on Sunday.
1/03/16 Seattle Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals | Avg. Price: $321.60 | Get-in: $114
The Seattle Seahawks have clinched a playoff berth in the NFC and will look to take down the NFC West-leading Arizona Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium on Sunday. Arizona Cardinals tickets for the final regular season home game in Glendale own a secondary market average of $321.60 and the get-in price is $114. The Seahawks have a shot of clinching first place in the conference if they defeat the Cardinals and the 14-1 Carolina Panthers unexpectedly fall to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
1/03/16 Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers | Avg. Price: $274.41 | Get-in: $115
In the latest de facto divisional championship game, the Minnesota Vikings travel to Lambeau Field to battle the Green Bay Packers for all the marbles in the NFC North on Sunday. At 10-5 both teams have already clinched a playoff berth but will aim to hang a divisional banner with a win this weekend. The average secondary market price for Green Bay Packers tickets against the Vikings is $274.41 and the get-in price is $115.
1/03/16 Detroit Lions at Chicago Bears | Avg. Price: $211.38 | Get-in: $68
It has been an underachieving year for both the Detroit Lions and Chicago Bears, but their divisional meeting at Soldier Field this Sunday is still garnering big ticket prices on the secondary market. Chicago Bears tickets for the final home game of the season average $211.38 and the cheapest ticket is $68 on the secondary market. The Lions will enter yet another offseason without a playoff win, extending their drought to 24 years since defeating the Cowboys in the NFC Divisional Game in 1991.
1/03/16 Washington Redskins at Dallas Cowboys | Avg. Price: $190.21 | Get-in: $58
Rounding off this week’s top-priced games is a NFC East showdown between the divisional champion Washington Redskins and Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. Dallas Cowboys tickets against the Redskins own a $190.21 average on the secondary market. If looking just to get in the cheapest ticket is listed for $58. The Cowboys will play for pride against the 8-7 Redskins after losing their last three and settling into a divisional-worst 4-11 record.