After their Super Bowl visit in 2015, the average price for Panthers tickets peaked in 2016 at an average price of $233 on the secondary market. For 2019, prices are under $200 for the first just the second time since 2014. According to ESPN, the Panthers seats filled 100% of their seats last season at Bank of America Stadium with under 10,000 seats available in the secondary market, which means that most people who have tickets actually use them.
The majority of single-game tickets available directly from the team are towards the back of the 300s level, and prices for those tickets are in-line in-line with secondary market based pricing across most games.
|Game||Avg Price||Get-In Price|
|9/8 vs LAR||$174||$75|
|9/12 vs TB||$141||$59|
|10/6 vs JAX||$144||$56|
|11/3 vs TEN||$144||$56|
|11/17 vs ATL||$168||$68|
|12/1 vs WAS||$183||$70|
|12/15 vs SEA||$161||$61|
|12/29 vs NO||$175||$63|
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