Top 5 NFL Tickets Of The Week (9/15)

For the third consecutive week, all top five most expensive NFL games on the secondary market will be played on Sunday. A Super Bowl XLVIII rematch will serve as the highest-priced game as the Seahawks host the Broncos at CenturyLink Field. The Patriots welcome the Raiders to Gillette Stadium while the Texans travel to MetLife Stadium to take on the Giants. The Eagles host the Redskins at Lincoln Financial Field and the Saints round off the top five with a home game against the Vikings.

Denver Broncos at Seattle Seahawks | Avg. Price: $442.03 | Get-in: $195

Last February, the Seahawks decimated the Broncos in the Meadowlands en route to their first Super Bowl championship in franchise history. The Broncos will look for revenge this Sunday when they travel to Seattle. According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Seahawks vs Denver Broncos tickets is $442.03, up 11.5% from the season average of $396.18 for Seahawks tickets at home. The get-in price for the game is $195. While the Seahawks were surprised by the Chargers in Week 2 and took their first loss of the season in San Diego, secondary prices remain high as they enter Week 3. Sunday’s game will be the third most expensive home game remaining on the Seahawks schedule, trailing just games against the Cowboys on October 12 and the 49ers on December 14.

Oakland Raiders at New England Patriots | Avg. Price: $313.68 | Get-in: $134

The Patriots rolled over the Vikings last week and will head home to host the Raiders on Sunday. The average price for Patriots vs Raiders tickets is $313.68 on the secondary market, 4% below the season average of $313.68 for Patriots tickets, with a get-in price starting at $134. The Patriots schedule will host cheaper home games against the Bengals, Jets, Dolphins and Bills on the secondary market this season. The Raiders have taken losses from the Jets and Texans to open their season, but rookie quarterback Derek Carr does show promise. He’ll look for his first win of the season on Sunday when the Raiders travel to Gillette Stadium to play the 1-1 Patriots.

Houston Texans at New York Giants | Avg. Price: $251.86 | Get-in: $68

New York Giants fans can’t seem to find any consolation as their team enters Week 3 with an 0-2 record and top-priced secondary average for Sunday’s game against the Texans. The sloppy play of the Giants has still allowed the average price for Giants vs Texans tickets to place third this week at $251.86 on the secondary market. The get-in price is currently $68. The Texans cruised to a 30-14 win over the Raiders last week and will hope to do the same on Sunday when they head to New Jersey to take on the lowly Giants.

Washington Redskins at Philadelphia Eagles | Avg. Price: $250.36 | Get-in: $110

Following a Monday Night Football game against the Colts, the Philadelphia Eagles will host the Redskins in an NFC East showdown on Sunday. The average secondary market price for Eagles vs Redskins tickets is $250.36 with a get-in price of $110. The Eagles took an easy victory from the Jaguars last week while the Redskins suffered a huge blow in Sunday’s game against the Jags, potentially losing Robert Griffin III for the year after a severe ankle injury. They’ll look to second-string QB Kirk Cousins on Sunday in Philadelphia.

Minnesota Vikings at New Orleans Saints | Avg. Price: $242.27 | Get-in: $75

Rounding off this week’s top-priced games is a matchup between the Vikings and Saints in New Orleans on Sunday. The average price for New Orleans Saints vs Vikings tickets is $242.27 on the secondary market with a get-in price of $75. The Saints need to take a win from the Vikings this week after falling to 0-2 with losses against the Falcons and Browns to open their season. The Vikings also haven’t shown much resiliency over the first two weeks, especially after losing running back Adrian Peterson to off-the-field issues. Sunday’s game will be the third cheapest home game on the Saints schedule, trailing games against the Panthers and Bengals in the second half of the season.

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