The wait is finally over for Patriots fans. Tom Brady will make his triumphant return to the field this weekend when the Patriots take on the Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland. And while the struggling Browns have their work cut out for them against the future Hall of Fame gunslinger, Browns tickets against the Patriots this Sunday are generating massive price points on the secondary market.
On TicketIQ, the average resale price for Browns vs. Patriots tickets is now $200.88. That makes it the second most expensive game held at FirstEnergy Stadium since at least 2010, when TicketIQ began tracking secondary market ticket data. Only an October 2014 game against the Steelers owned a higher average price at $289.51.
Check out the Browns' top-priced home games since 2010 below, according to data provided by TicketIQ:
While those prices may be the most expensive the Browns have ever seen, Sunday's game will be the cheapest opportunity to see the Patriots play this season. An October 30 game against the Bills at New Era Field trails by a significant margin at a $242.73 average and $95 get-in price. Be prepared to pay up if looking to see Brady and Co. at home this year - their cheapest remaining home game comes against the Ravens on December 12, where Patriots tickets at Gillette Stadium average $359.64 and the get-in price is $119.
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