NFC East Rivalry Between Giants & Eagles Tops Week 9's Most Expensive Games List


Week 9 of the 2016 NFL season will kick off tonight with an NFC South game between the Falcons and Buccaneers, but it will be a battle between the Giants and Eagles that owns the most expensive ticket prices on the secondary market this week. Other top-priced games include the Bills and Seahawks, Broncos and Raiders and Colts and Packers. The Lions and Vikings round things out when they meet on Sunday in Minnesota.

Check out the complete list of most expensive Week 9 games below, according to TicketIQ:

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11/6/16 Philadelphia Eagles @ New York Giants | Average Resale Price: $379.67 | Get-in Price: $168

At 4-3 both the Eagles and Giants are positioning for second place in the NFC East. They'll need a big second half if they hope to catch the 6-1 Cowboys, however. Still, even with ground to make up, Sunday's game at MetLife Stadium will be this week's most expensive game. As it stands now the average resale price for Giants tickets against the Eagles is $379.67 and the cheapest tickets are listed from $168. It will be the second most expensive Giants home game this season behind a December 11 meeting with the Cowboys ($450 avg./$178 get-in).

11/7/16 Buffalo Bills @ Seattle Seahawks  |  Average Resale Price: $344.80  |  Get-in Price: $156

Following a shellacking at the hands of the Patriots last week, the Bills will travel west to face the Seahawks on Monday night. Seahawks tickets at CenturyLink Field now average $344.80 and the get-in price is now $156 for Monday's game. While the Bills' loss to the Patriots certainly hurts their chances in the AFC East, the Seahawks will be looking to extend their lead in the NFC West, where they currently sit atop the division at 4-2-1.

11/6/16 Denver Broncos @ Oakland Raiders  |  Average Resale Price: $330.31  |  Get-in Price: $198

Perhaps the biggest game on tap this weekend will be held in Oakland, where the Raiders and Broncos square off for top honors in the AFC West. Both 6-2 teams will be looking for the divisional edge at O co. Coliseum, and the average resale price for Raiders vs. Broncos tickets is currently $330.31. If looking just to get past the gates the cheapest available tickets are listed from $198 each.

11/6/16 Indianapolis Colts @ Green Bay Packers  |  Average Resale Price: $285.59  |  Get-in Price: $196

Both the Packers and Colts have had underwhelming seasons thus far, combining for a middling 7-8 record. Their meeting at Lambeau Field is generating big resale ticket demand, however, as Packers tickets on TicketIQ are now averaging $285.59 and the cheapest tickets are listed from $196. It will be the cheapest remaining game at Lambeau Field this season.

11/6/16 Detroit Lions @ Minnesota Vikings  |  Average Resale Price: $266.88  |  Get-in Price: $120

The Vikings have fallen from grace over the last two weeks, taking back-to-back losses from the Eagles and Bears to pin them at 5-2 on the season. They'll hope to return to form on Sunday when they host the 4-4 Lions at U.S. Bank Stadium. Vikings vs. Lions tickets now own a secondary market average of $266.88 and the get-in price is $120.

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