2017 Pro Bowl Tickets Are Most Expensive Since At Least 2010

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(UPDATE 12/21/16) Just over four weeks remain before the 2017 Pro Bowl kicks off in Orlando. The all-star gathering's return to the lower 48 appears to be generating some major excitement, too, as this year's game will be the most expensive Pro Bowl TicketIQ has tracked since 2010.

With rosters announced on Monday evening, the resurgent Oakland Raiders will send a league-best seven players to the January 29 game at Camping World Stadium. The Atlanta Falcons and Dallas Cowboys follow with six and five selected players, respectively. A return to the traditional AFC vs. NFC format will be instituted this year following a three-year, draft-selected Team X vs. Team Y layout.

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With the game returning stateside for the first time since 2015. Pro Bowl tickets on TicketIQ are currently averaging $272 and the cheapest are listed from $82 each in the 200 sections. It surpasses 2015's game at University of Phoenix Stadium, which owned a $243 average and $70 get-in price.

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Check out the complete Pro Bowl rosters for both conferences below:

2017 Pro Bowl Rosters

AFC

Offense: 

Quarterbacks: Tom Brady, Derek Carr, Ben Roethlisberger

Running Backs: Le'Veon Bell, DeMarco Murray, LeSeason McCoy

Fullbacks: Kyle Juszcyzyk

Wide Receivers: Antonio Brown, Amari Cooper, A.J. Green, T.Y. Hilton

Tight Ends: Travis Kelce, Delanie Walker

Guards: Marshal Yanda, Kelechi Osemele, David DeCastro

Tackles: Joe Thomas, Donald Penn, Taylor Lewan

Centers: Rodney Hudson, Maurkice Pouncey

Defense:

Defense End: Khalil Mack, Cameron Wake, Jadeveon Clowney

Interior Linemen: Geno Atkins, Ndamukong Suh, Jurrell Casey

Outside Linebackers: Von Miller, Lorenzo Alexander, Brian Orakpo

Inside/Middle Linebackers: Dont'a Hightower, C.J. Mosley

Cornerbacks:

Free Safety: Devin McCourty, Reggie Nelson

Strong Safety: Eric Berry

Special Teams

Punter: Pat McAfee

Kicker: Justin Tucker

Return Specialist: Tyreek Hill

Special Teamer: Matthew Slater

NFC

Offense

Quarterbacks: Matt Ryan, Aaron Rodgers, Dak Prescott

Running Backs: Ezekiel Elliot, David Johnson, Devonta Freeman

Fullbacks: Mike Tolbert

Wide Receivers: Julio Jones, Odell Beckham, Mike Evans, Larry Fitzgerald

Tight Ends: Greg Olsen, Jordan Reed

Guards: Zack Martin, Brandon Scherff, T.J. Lang

Tackles: Tyron Smith, Trent Williams, Jason Peters

Centers: Travis Frederick, Alex Mack

Defense

Defense End: Everson Griffen, Cliff Avril, Michael Bennett

Interior Linemen: Aaron Donald, Gerald McCoy, Fletcher Cox

Outside Linebackers: Vic Beasley, Ryan Kerrigan, Thomas Davis

Inside/Middle Linebackers: Bobby Wagner, Luke Kuechly

Cornerbacks: Janoris Jenkins, Patrick Peterson, Richard Sherman, Xavier Rhodes

Free Safety: Harrison Smith, Ha Ha Clinton-Dix

Strong Safety: Landon Collins

Special Teams

Punter: Johnny Hekker

Kicker: Matt Bryant

Return Specialist: Cordarrelle Patterson

Special Teamer: Dwayne Harris

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2017 Pro Bowl Tickets Now On Sale; Averaging Over $200 on Resale Market

(ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED 10/25/16) We're just eight weeks into the 2016 NFL season, but excitement is already building for the 2017 Pro Bowl. Set for January 29 at Orlando's Camping World Stadium, the 2017 Pro Bowl will feature many of the league's best players in the 68th annual edition of the game, and Pro Bowl tickets went on sale to the general public via Ticketmaster on Tuesday morning.

With tickets officially going on sale in several presales earlier this month, a healthy inventory already exists on the secondary market. The average resale price for 2017 Pro Bowl tickets on TicketIQ is $232.42, making it the second most expensive Pro Bowl since at least 2010, when the company began tracking resale ticket data.

If looking just to get past the gates in Orlando in January, the cheapest tickets are going for $67 each in Section 213. The most expensive tickets on the resale market are now listed from $2,342 each in Section 110.

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