Saturday’s NFL Wild Card Playoff game between the Raiders and Bengals in Cincinnati is the most expensive resale game on record for the home team.
The average purchase price through Tuesday for the weekend showdown at Paul Brown Stadium is $ 228, according to toll-free ticket dealer TickPick. The cheapest ticket to participate in the game is $ 240, which is 40% more than it was last Monday, when it was $ 100. This is the most expensive Bengals ticket ever recorded by TickPick, with data dating back to 2014. The cheapest ticket price exceeds the average price due to the sharp price increase seen in the last 24 hours.
As the game approaches, the average purchase price will continue to rise, TickPick said.
The most expensive purchase for the game is two tickets in Section 109, Row 1 for $ 1,175 per ticket ($ 2,350 in total), TickPick said.
Competitor ticket broker site StubHub lists its cheapest ticket to participate in the game at $ 217.93 when searching for a pair of tickets, with 2,056 tickets available as of Tuesday.
Here’s how other NFL playoff games stack up:
– Tampa Bay Buccaneers-Philadelphia Eagles: average purchase price, $ 343; cheapest ticket, $ 231.
– Dallas Cowboys-San Francisco 49ers: average purchase price, $ 343; cheapest ticket, $ 176.
– Kansas City Chiefs-Pittsburgh Steelers: average purchase price, $ 260; cheapest ticket, $ 153.
– Los Angeles Rams-Arizona Cardinals: average purchase price, $ 199; cheapest ticket, $ 80.
– Buffalo Bills-New England Patriots: average purchase price, $ 183; cheapest ticket, $ 80.
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