Patriots & Ravens Meet In Second Cheapest Game Since 2010
December 8, 2016
There's been no love lost between the New England Patriots and Baltimore Ravens over the last nine years. From nearly ruining a perfect 16-0 season to flag tossing to four notable playoff games, the two teams have built one of the biggest rivalries in the NFL. Still, even with the massive hype surrounding their latest meeting in Foxboro on Monday, it will be their second cheapest matchup this decade.
On TicketIQ the average resale price for Patriots vs. Ravens tickets to this Monday's game is now $307.04. Of the six previous games held between the two teams since 2010 (including all four playoff games), only a 2013 game at M&T Bank Stadium was cheaper. The get-in price for Monday night is currently $105.
Interestingly enough, Monday's game will be the Patriots' cheapest remaining home game this season. They'll host the struggling New York Jets on Christmas Eve in their priciest home game, where tickets average $395 and the cheapest are listed from $151 each. As for the Ravens, it will be their most expensive remaining game during the regular season. Games against the Eagles, Ravens and Bengals each average under $275.
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