Following a Week 4 filled with one-sided scores and plenty of upsets, the NFL football season will kick off Week 5 with a game between the Vikings and Packers in Green Bay this Thursday. While that game won’t serve as a top-priced game this week, it falls just shy of rounding off the list as the Cowboys, Broncos, Giants, 49ers and Patriots host the most expensive games of the week. Each top game this week will be played on Sunday.
Houston Texans at Dallas Cowboys | Avg. Price: $382.33 | Get-in: $150
The Cowboys host the week’s top-priced game against the in-state rival Texans in what has been crowned as The Governor’s Cup at AT&T Stadium this Sunday. Dallas will play its second consecutive home game after a pivotal win against the Saints last Sunday. The average price for Cowboys vs Texans tickets is $382.33 on the secondary market, which is the most expensive remaining home game on the Cowboys schedule this season. The get-in price for the game starts at $150. The Texans head to Dallas on the heels of a win against the Bills and will face the Cowboys with their AFC South-best 3-1 record.
Arizona Cardinals at Denver Broncos | Avg. Price: $319.10 | Get-in: $130
Following a bye week, the Broncos head home to welcome the Cardinals at Sports Authority Field on Sunday. The average secondary price for Broncos vs Arizona Cardinals tickets is $319.10 and get-in price starts at $130. Despite the relatively high secondary average, the game falls 1.3% below the season average of $323.38 for Denver Broncos tickets at home. Sunday’s game serves as the third cheapest remaining home game on the Broncos schedule, trailing the final two home games of the regular season against the Bills and Raiders. The Cardinals will put their flawless 3-0 record on the line in Denver this weekend when they face Peyton Manning and the 2-1 Broncos.
Atlanta Falcons at New York Giants | Avg. Price: $315.36 | Get-in: $87
The New York Giants will have a long week of rest before Sunday’s game after facing the Redskins last Thursday. They head home to MetLife Stadium to play the Falcons and will have the third most expensive ticket average of the week. The average price for Giants vs Atlanta Falcons tickets is $315.36 on the secondary market and currently owns a get-in price of $87. The Giants will look to keep their winning streak alive after play two impressive games against the Texans and Redskins. Both teams sit at 2-2 heading into their matchup in the Meadowlands this weekend.
Kansas City Chiefs at San Francisco 49ers | Avg. Price: $231.88 | Get-in: $92
The 49ers barely fended off the Eagles last week en route to their second victory of the season, adding further concern for the already-erratic play the team has grown accustom to. Despite their on-field struggles, they will host the Chiefs in their second consecutive home game and will see the fourth most expensive ticket average this week. The average secondary price for 49ers vs KC Chiefs tickets is $231.88 and will serve as the cheapest remaining home game at Levi’s Stadium this season. The Chiefs cruised to an easy victory over the Patriots on Monday and head to Santa Clara with a 2-2 record over the season’s first four weeks.
Cincinnati Bengals at New England Patriots | Avg. Price: $193.48 | Get-in: $84
Rounding off this week’s top-priced games is a matchup between the Patriots and Bengals at Gillette Stadium. The average price for Patriots vs Cincinnati Bengals tickets is $193.48 on the secondary market and the game currently has a get-in price of $84. The New England Patriots head home after a sloppy loss to the Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on Monday and sits at 2-2 in an open AFC East. The Bengals travel to Foxborough after a bye week and have played impressively thus far, posting three consecutive wins against the Ravens, Falcons and Titans to control first place honors in the AFC North. They’ll look to keep their streak alive when they face a struggling Tom Brady on Sunday.