The Seattle Seahawks weren’t able to hoist the Lombardi Trophy for the second season in a row, but they’ll be looking to win two of the past three. Seattle appears to still be the clear favorite in the NFC. It helps that division rivals in the Arizona Cardinals and San Francisco 49ers appear to have taken a step back from last season due to personnel and coaching turnover.
Even though San Francisco has lost a fair amount of what brought them to three straight NFC Championship Games and budded the best NFL rivalry with the Seattle, they will still be one of the most expensive games on the Seahawks schedule during 2015-16. Seahawks vs 49ers tickets during Week 11 have a get-in price of $233. The Seahawks won both games against the 49ers last season with the first meeting between the two not coming until Week 13, a Thanksgiving night matchup.
Seattle will open the season against the Chicago Bears in Week 3, after playing the St. Louis Rams and Green Bay Packers on the road. The season opener against Chicago is currently the most expensive home game for Seattle. The get-in price for Seahawks vs Bears tickets is currently $238.
A Week 6 game against the Panthers will be Seattle’s least expensive game of the season. The get-in price for Seahawks vs Panthers tickets is $164.
After a rough 3-3 start last season the Seahawks hit their stride to finish with a 12-4 record, grabbing the No. 1 seed in the NFC. Seattle will again be one of the favorites, along with the Green Bay Packers, to represent the NFC in Super Bowl 50 at Levi’s Stadium. Over the past three seasons, the Seahawks have lost just three games at CenturyLink Field. That is the best home record in that time period and Seattle holds the top home field advantage in the NFL. As Seattle has become the toughest place to play in the league, the Seahawks’ dominance at home has made the on-field performance worth the high secondary market prices.