NFL Regular Season Ticket Prices Skyrocket; Dallas Cowboys Feature Thrice In Top 5 Most Expensive Tickets

Published 05/14/2022, 5:30 AM EDT

With the 2022’s schedule for the NFL being released, the fans have some of the most important things to do; Plan which games to watch live. Fans missed out on a lot of in person games over the last two years. This year, everyone would love to watch some live-action. However, the ticket prices are sparingly high, which might change plans for some.

Sports Business Reporter Darren Rovell showed us TickPick’s highest prized games on Twitter. If you’re an America’s Team supporter, and planning to go, the amount will surely leave a star sized hole in your pocket.

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The Packers’ game against the Cowboys in Green Bay on Nov. 13 is the most outstanding purchase on TickPick’s platform, with an average cost of $690, preceded by the Cowboys’ opener against the Buccaneers in Dallas, with an average selling price of $509.

Although inflation is at a 40-year steep, people are more willing to spend loads of money on live entertainment and sporting events. We saw that well during the Super Bowl LVI game. For this season, the Buffalo Bills face the Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium on Sept. 8, kicking off the NFL’s 18-week schedule.

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The NFL’s exuberance lasts until the final buzzer of the Super Bowl game. Fans in America seem to be very active in attending NFL games. Even though some of the league games listed above have exorbitant rates, others are more reasonably priced. Ticket sales for the forthcoming League season are marketing at a reduced standard value on secondary market server SeatGeek than they had been a year earlier, as per CNBC.

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It looks like fans love some re-match mania and payback match-ups. According to The Athletic, the Chiefs-Bucs game is the top-selling play at SeatGeek, an approved NFL partner, with an average sale price of $503. Russell Wilson makes his first presence in Seattle with Broncos, his new team, taking on the his former squad. The typical cost of attending the season opener is $493.

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Costs have certainly grown over the years. Initially the secondary market was huge for these tickets. But recently the systems have become more transparent and streamlined.

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Pavitra Shome

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Pavitra Shome is an NFL author at EssentiallySports. Currently pursuing his M.A.

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