7-1 Cowboys Travel to Pittsburgh in Most Expensive Week 10 NFL Game
November 8, 2016
This week's top-priced NFL game will come courtesy of the Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers, who battle at Heinz Field on Sunday. The 7-1 Cowboys have flourished in the absence of Tony Romo and will look to continue their winnings ways in the Steel City against the floundering Steelers, who have dropped their last three games. A Super Bowl XLIX rematch between the Patriots and Seahawks is also in the cards, while the Titans set to welcome the Packers and Eagles host the Falcons. The Giants and Bengals round things out with the fifth most expensive game this week at MetLife Stadium.
11/13/16 Dallas Cowboys @ Pittsburgh Steelers | Average Resale Price: $672.73 | Get-in Price: $322
Things won't get much easier for the Steelers this weekend as the surging Cowboys come to town. With Dak Prescott leading the way, the Cowboys will bring with them a massive ticket demand on the resale market. Steelers tickets on TicketIQ currently average $673 with a get-in price of $322. It will be the most expensive remaining Steelers game at Heinz Field this season.
11/13/16 Seattle Seahawks @ New England Patriots | Average Resale Price: $627.65 | Get-in Price: $281
Gillette Stadium will be the host of a Super Bowl XLIX rematch between the Patriots and Seahawks this Sunday. With the Patriots undefeated since the return of Tom Brady in Week 5, they'll meet their most formidable challenge yet in the Seahawks, who bring their NFC West-leading 5-2-1 record to Foxboro with them. Patriots vs Seahawks tickets own a resale average of $628 and the cheapest available tickets are listed from $281 each.
11/13/16 Green Bay Packers @ Tennessee Titans | Average Resale Price: $320.14 | Get-in Price: $111
The Titans welcome the struggling Packers to Nissan Stadium this Sunday. The Titans have managed to keep their heads above water at 4-5 and look to give the Packers their third straight loss when they travel to Tennessee over the weekend. Titans tickets at Nissan Stadium currently own a resale market average of $320. If looking just to get into the stadium the cheapest available tickets start from $111 each.
11/13/16 Atlanta Falcons @ Philadelphia Eagles | Average Resale Price: $302.87 | Get-in Price: $106
It has been a difficult last five weeks for the Eagles, who have stumbled to a 1-4 record after starting 3-0 on the season. They'll take on the Falcons at home on Sunday, who are 6-3 and riding a two-game win streak as they head to Philadelphia. Eagles tickets against the Falcons own a secondary market average of $303 and the get-in price is now $106.
11/14/16 Cincinnati Bengals @ New York Giants | Average Resale Price: $213.46 | Get-in Price: $86
Three straight wins have put the Giants in a comfortable position over the Eagles for a wild-card spot in the NFC, but they'll have some catching up to do if they hope to keep pace with the Cowboys in the NFC East. They'll host the 3-4-1 Bengals at MetLife Stadium on Monday night, where Giants tickets on TicketIQ average $213 and the cheapest tickets start from $86 each.