Eagles Host Undefeated Vikings in Top-Priced Week 7 Game

October 19, 2016


Back-to-back losses have followed the Eagles after their triumphant 3-0 start, and the path grows more challenging as they welcome the 5-0 Vikings to Lincoln Financial Field this Sunday. The game serves as the most expensive Week 7 matchup, while Tom Brady and Patriots follow closely behind when they visit Heinz Field this week.

The Broncos reconvene with former quarterback Brock Osweiler when they host the Texans in the third priciest game of the week. The Cardinals and Seahawks battle in Glendale and are posting the fourth biggest resale ticket demand. A Thursday Night Football game between the Packers and Bears rounds out this week’s top-priced games list.

[embedit cf="HTML1"]

10/23/16 Minnesota Vikings @ Philadelphia Eagles  |  Average Resale Price: $417.48  |  Get-in Price: $175

The Eagles return to Philadelphia to play their first home game in four weeks. The long wait alongside the Vikings surge is boosting prices for Eagles tickets on the secondary market. The average resale price for Eagles vs. Vikings tickets is now $417.48, making it the most expensive remaining Eagles home game this season. The cheapest ticket is now listed from $175. No other game at Lincoln Financial Field this season will surpass the $400 resale ticket average.

10/23/16 New England Patriots @ Pittsburgh Steelers  |  Average Resale Price: $370.13  |  Get-in Price: $153

There won't be a meeting between Tom Brady and Ben Roethlisberger this week, but expectations are still high for Sunday's battle between the Patriots and Steelers. With Brady playing in his third game back from suspension, the average resale price for Steelers tickets against the Patriots is $370.13 and the get-in price starts from $153. The Patriots bring a 4-1 record to Heinz Field while the Steelers are 4-2 over their first six games.

10/23/16 Houston Texans @ Denver Broncos  |  Average Resale Price: $363.33  |  Get-in Price: $134

A pair of losses have dropped the Broncos to 4-2 on the season, and they'll look to return to form against the AFC South-leading Texans at home on Sunday. Broncos tickets at Sports Authority Field will be the third most expensive in the league this week. Broncos vs. Texans tickets now own a $363.33 average price and $134 get-in. However, for Broncos fans looking to attend a game this year, Sunday's matchup will be the cheapest remaining game in Denver. No other game at Sports Authority Field during the regular season is averaging below $400 on the secondary market.

[embedit cf="HTML2"]

10/23/16 Seattle Seahawks @ Arizona Cardinals  |  Average Resale Price: $232.82  |  Get-in Price: $91

It will be a battle of the birds at University of Phoenix Stadium on Sunday as the Cardinals host the Seahawks in a NFC West showdown. The Seahawks own top honors in the division at 4-1 and will look to sink the 3-3 Cardinals on the road. Cardinals vs. Seahawks tickets currently own a secondary market average of $232.82 and the cheapest ticket is listed from $91. It is the most expensive remaining game in Arizona this season.

10/20/16 Chicago Bears @ Green Bay Packers  |  Average Resale Price: $208.74  |  Get-in Price: $91

It may be as provoking as in years past, but the Bears-Packers rivalry will write its next chapter at Lambeau Field on Thursday. The 1-5 Bears have disappointed through the first six weeks, while the 3-2 Packers will need to do some heavy lifting if they hope to catch the Vikings atop the division. Still, the rivalry game is generating big demand on the secondary market, and Packers tickets on TicketIQ are averaging $208.74 against the Bears. If looking just to get past the gates at Lambeau this week the cheapest tickets are priced from $91 each.