Top 5 NFL Tickets Of The Week (9/8)

September 8, 2014

The NFL season has officially commenced after several exciting games over the weekend, leading way to games between the Giants and Lions and the Chargers and Cardinals for Monday Night Football. All five of Week 2’s top games will be held on Sunday with a game between the Bears and 49ers at Levi’s Stadium serving as the highest-priced game on the secondary market. The Chiefs and Broncos follow while the Cardinals and Giants will play the third most expensive game of the week at MetLife Stadium. The Cowboys at Titans and Seahawks at Chargers round off the top-priced NFL tickets this week, according to TicketIQ.

Chicago Bears at San Francisco 49ers | Avg. Price: $374.94 | Get-in: $161

Serving as one of the most expensive teams on the secondary market this year are the 49ers, who will open their inaugural season at Levi’s Stadium against the Bears this Sunday. The average secondary price for San Francisco 49ers tickets against the Chicago Bears is currently $374.94 on the secondary market with get-in price of $161. The 49ers took an easy win from the Cowboys last week in Dallas while the Bears stumbled against the Bills in Chicago. Jay Cutler and the Bears defense will look to recuperate after a poor showing at Soldier Field.

Kansas City Chiefs at Denver Broncos | Avg. Price: $330.09 | Get-in: $129

The second most expensive game this week will be at Sports Authority Field when the Denver Broncos host the Chiefs on Sunday. The average secondary price for Broncos vs Chiefs tickets is $330.09 with a get-in price of $129. The Chiefs lacked any run game in their opening game against the Titans and lost at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City. The Broncos, who endured a late-game comeback from the Colts, will play their second consecutive home game.

Arizona Cardinals at New York Giants | Avg. Price: $280.29 | Get-in: $83

The Giants will play their home opener this Sunday against the Cardinals. The average price for New York Giants vs Arizona Cardinals tickets is $280.29 on the secondary market with a get-in price starting at $83. Both the Giants and Cardinals will be opening their seasons on Monday Night Football, with the Giants playing the Lions at Ford Field in Detroit and the Cardinals hosting the Chargers at University of Phoenix Stadium.

Dallas Cowboys at Tennessee Titans | Avg. Price: $255.67 | Get-in: $95

On the heels of an easy victory against the Chiefs in Week 1, the Titans travel home to play the Cowboys on Sunday. The average secondary price for Tennessee Titans vs Dallas Cowboys tickets is $255.67 with a get-in price of $95. The Cowboys suffered a loss to the 49ers at AT&T Stadium and opened their season to a sea of red and gold in the stands despite hosting the game. They will look for their first win of the season, this time on the road.

Seattle Seahawks at San Diego Chargers | Avg. Price: $244.37 | Get-in: $120

Rounding off this week’s top five priciest NFL games is a game between the Chargers and Seattle Seahawks at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego. The average price for San Diego Chargers tickets is $244.37 on the secondary market with a get-in price starting at $120. The Seahawks overpowered the Packers in the season’s opening game last Thursday and will look to do the same when they travel to San Diego for their first road game this Sunday.