Red-Hot Cowboys Host Ravens in Most Expensive Week 11 Game
November 15, 2016
It has been an interesting season in Arlington, as the Dallas Cowboys have surged under the direction of rookie quarterback Dak Prescott. Long-tenured quarterback Tony Romo appears to be on the outs as Prescott has lead the Cowboys to eight straight wins, and their return to AT&T Stadium to host the Baltimore Ravens this Sunday after a two-week absence is generating massive ticket demand on the secondary market. The Seattle Seahawks, New York Giants, San Francisco 49ers and Minnesota Vikings also set to host top-priced games this weekend.
Check out a complete price breakdown of this week's top games below, according to TicketIQ:
11/20/16 Baltimore Ravens @ Dallas Cowboys | Average Resale Price: $603.03 | Get-in Price: $221
With the Cowboys riding an eight-game win streak into their Week 11 matchup, it comes as no surprise that Sunday's game against the Ravens serves as the most expensive game of the week. As it stands now the average resale price for Cowboys tickets at AT&T Stadium this week is now $603. It will be the fourth most expensive NFL game remaining this season, with a December 4 game between the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots ($669 average). If looking just to get past the gates in Arlington this weekend the cheapest tickets are currently priced from $221 each.
11/20/16 Philadelphia Eagles @ Seattle Seahawks | Average Resale Price: $519.32 | Get-in Price: $234
Both the Philadelphia Eagles and Seattle Seahawks are coming off big wins in Week 10, and they'll meet at CenturyLink Field on Sunday hoping to continue their winning ways. Seahawks vs. Eagles tickets on the secondary market are currently averaging $519 and the get-in price is now $234. It is the Seahawks' most expensive remaining home game of the regular season.
11/20/16 Chicago Bears @ New York Giants | Average Resale Price: $331.72 | Get-in Price: $133
The Chicago Bears are going through yet another down year, but their game against the Giants at MetLife Stadium this Sunday is posting huge price points on the resale market. With Big Blue coming off a one-point Monday Night Football win over the Cincinnati Bengals, Giants tickets at MetLife Stadium this weekend own a $332 average and $133 get-in price. The Bears stumble into Week 11 with a 2-7 record while the 6-3 Giants look to keep pace with the NFC East-leading Cowboys.
11/20/16 New England Patriots @ San Francisco 49ers | Average Resale Price: $322.16 | Get-in Price: $146
The struggles have been monumental for the San Francisco 49ers this season. At just 1-8 they own the worst record in the NFL entering Week 11, though their hosting of the New England Patriots this weekend will be costly to attend. 49ers vs. Patriots tickets currently own a $322 average with a get-in price of $146. Credit that big demand to Tom Brady's homecoming game in the Bay Area. The San Mateo-born Brady will play his first NFL game against the 49ers on their home turf after missing 2008's meeting at Candlestick Park. Interestingly enough, it will be the second cheapest remaining game the Patriots will play in this season behind a November 27 game with the New York Jets ($224 average/$69 get-in price).
11/20/16 Arizona Cardinals @ Minnesota Vikings | Average Resale Price: $288.30 | Get-in Price: $126
The Minnesota Vikings have spiraled over the last month, dropping four straight after their 5-0 start. They'll be looking to right the ship against the Cardinals at home on Sunday, and it will be the fifth priciest NFL game this week. Vikings tickets on TicketIQ own a secondary market average of $288 and the cheapest tickets are listed from $126 each.