The 2020 NFL regular season has come to an end and the playoffs are here. Below, we will breakdown attendance policies, and primary and secondary market ticket pricing for each team.
Also, be sure to check out our Super Bowl LV buying guide.
Where To Buy NFL Playoff Tickets
With primary market tickets sold out for all 2021 NFL playoff games the only place to buy is on the secondary market.
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How Much Are NFL Playoff Tickets
Conference Championship Round
Sunday, Jan. 24
- AFC: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Buffalo Bills - Average List Price: $1,012 | Get-in Price: $590
- NFC: Green Bay Packers vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Inventory is Very Limited
Saturday, Jan. 16
- Baltimore Ravens at Buffalo Bills - Average List Price: $2,219 | Get-in Price: $1,196
- Los Angeles Rams at Green Bay Packers - No Secondary Market Inventory
Sunday, Jan. 17
- Cleveland Browns at Kansas City Chiefs - Average List Price: $862 | Get-in Price: $505
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New Orleans Saints - Average List Price: $2,509 | Get-in Price $2,220
Wild Card Round
Inventory is extremely low for all three games this weekend with secondary market inventory (the Bills will host fans, but there is no secondary market inventory). There are just over 700 tickets for Ravens @ Titans, and under 150 tickets for the Bears @ Saints. As you would expect, this is driving prices way up.
Saturday, Jan. 9
- Indianapolis Colts at Buffalo Bills - No Secondary Market Inventory
- Los Angeles Rams at Seattle Seahawks - N/A
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Washington Football Team - N/A
Sunday, Jan. 10
- Baltimore Ravens at Tennessee Titans - Average List Price: $656 | Get-in Price: $315
- Chicago Bears at New Orleans Saints -Average List Price: $1,675 | Get-in Price: $436
- Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers - Average List Price: $1,168 | Get-in Price: $611
Which Teams Are Allowing Fans at NFL Playoff Games
- Green Bay Packers: The Packers are allowing approximately 6,000 fans for their divisional round game.
- New Orleans Saints: The Saints are allowing up to 3,000 fans to attend.
- Seattle Seahawks: No fans.
- Washington Football Team: No fans.
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Tampa is allowing up to 16,500 fans to attend.
- Los Angeles Rams: No fans.
- Chicago Bears: As the 7th seed, the Bears cannot host a playoff game.
- Kansas City Chiefs: The Chiefs are allowing up to 16,000 fans to attend.
- Buffalo Bills: The Bills will be allowing 6,700 fans for their Wild Card round playoff game.
- Pittsburgh Steelers: The Steelers announced of 1/7 that fans would not be allowed at their game vs. Cleveland.
- Tennessee Titans: The Titans are allowing 10,300 fans to attend.
- Baltimore Ravens: No fans.
- Cleveland Browns: If the Browns host a playoff game, they will allow up to 12,000 fans to attend.
- Indianapolis Colts: As the 7th seed, the Colts cannot host a playoff game.