Week 4 of the NFL season will begin this Thursday and the Bears will host the most expensive game of the week on the secondary market against the Packers on Sunday. Following the top-priced game at Soldier Field is a game between the 49ers and Eagles in San Francisco. In the middle of the pack this week are the Cowboys, who welcome the Saints to AT&T Stadium. In an effort to expand the league to international audiences, the Raiders and Dolphins will play at Wembley Stadium in London on Sunday and will serve as the fourth most expensive game of the week. Rounding off the top-priced games this week is a matchup between the Ravens and Panthers in Baltimore.
Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears | Avg. Price: $658.65 | Get-in: $275
The Bears will have a short period of rest this week after playing the Jets at MetLife Stadium on Monday Night Football. They head back home for a game against the Packers on Sunday and will see the most expensive secondary ticket average of the week. The average price for Bears vs Packers tickets is $658.65 on the secondary market, 74.1% above the season average of $378.12 for Chicago Bears tickets at home. Get-in price for the game starts at $275. Alongside being Week 4’s most expensive matchup, Sunday’s game will also serve as the Bears’ top-priced game at home this season. The Packers will need to solidify a win in an important NFC North game as they currently sit in the bottom of the division at 1-2, a position they haven’t been accustomed to since their last losing season in 2008.
Philadelphia Eagles at San Francisco 49ers | Avg. Price: $277.39 | Get-in: $116
The 49ers posted their second consecutive loss on Sunday in Arizona and head home to face the 3-0 Eagles this Sunday. The average secondary market price for 49ers vs Eagles tickets is $277.39 with a get-in price of $116. Despite the dominance the Eagles have played with over the season’s first three weeks, the 49ers will host their cheapest game of the season at Levi’s Stadium this Sunday. Their following home game against the Chiefs on October 5 will be the second cheapest game of the season with an average secondary price of $299.69, 16.7% below the season average of $360.15 for San Francisco 49ers tickets at home.
New Orleans Saints at Dallas Cowboys | Avg. Price: $261.89 | Get-in: $87
The third most expensive game of the week will be played in Dallas when the Tony Romo and Cowboys welcome Drew Brees the Saints to AT&T Stadium for Sunday Night Football. The average price for Cowboys vs New Orleans Saints tickets is $261.89 on the secondary market with a get-in price of $87. Both the Cowboys and Saints posted wins in Week 3, with the Cowboys beating the Rams for their second win of the season and the Saints finding their much-needed first win against the Vikings at home. This Sunday’s game will be the third most expensive game on the Dallas Cowboys schedule at home during the remainder of the season, trailing games against the NFC East rival Eagles on November 27 ($264.28) and Texans on October 5 ($329.21).
Miami Dolphins at Oakland Raiders (Wembley Stadium) | Avg. Price: $210.22 | Get-in: $91
The NFL has long tried to expand the game into international areas, and this Sunday’s game between the Raiders and Dolphins will be the league’s first of three attempts this season to generate an audience in London. The average secondary market price for Raiders vs Dolphins tickets at Wembley Stadium is $210.22 and with a get-in price of $91. The Lions and Falcons will serve as the second international game of the season at Wembley Stadium and is set to be played on October 26. The final game will be held on November 9 and will be played between the Cowboys and Jaguars. The November 9 game is currently the most expensive of the three London dates on the secondary market, with an average price listed at $225.34.
Carolina Panthers at Baltimore Ravens | Avg. Price: $206.51 | Get-in: $74
The Ravens host the fifth most expensive game of Week 4 on Sunday against the Panthers. The average price for Ravens vs Carolina Panthers tickets is $206.51 on the secondary market with a get-in price of $74. Despite the media attention that continues to follow the Ravens in the aftermath of the Ray Rice scandal, the team won a spirited game against the Browns in Week 3 and head home with a 2-1 record to play the Panthers, who took their first loss of the year against the Steelers yesterday. Sunday’s game will be the second most expensive game at home on the Ravens schedule this season, trailing just a game against the Falcons on October 19 ($208.93).