NFL ticket prices for the playoff games this weekend are way lower than you’d probably expect.
You can get into any one of the four games this weekend for no more than $150, and the price to get into the Steelers game against the Jaguars is only $75, according to Eventellect co-founder Patrick Ryan.
NFL playoff ticket market update
Seated pair get in price (tickets currently posted for resale)
Tenn @ NE : $125 (3000 posted)
Jax @ Pit : $75 (7000)
Atl @ Phl: $150 (5000)
NO @ Minn: $150 (6000)
Relatively low prices due to warm weather teams traveling north
— Patrick Ryan (@PRyanTexas) January 12, 2018
ESPN’s Darren Rovell pointed out that brokers don’t have much share of the ticket market right now, and it’s mostly fans just selling their tickets.
Shockingly low resale prices in Pittsburgh. Brokers don’t have big piece of market, meaning fans are selling. https://t.co/w3d7EUNiLm
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) January 12, 2018
I’m stunned by how cheap these tickets are. Now, I’m not saying that $150 isn’t a nice chunk of change. It is indeed, but that’s a joke price for an NFL playoff game. I can’t imagine the NFL is overly happy about this look.
I would have laughed in your face if you told me that I could go to a Patriots home playoff game for only $125. There’s no chance I would have believed you. There are probably a lot of factors at play here. The most notable one is the fact all the games are being played in the northern or midwestern regions. That makes fans from The South way less likely to want to travel, thus driving down ticket prices.
Either way, there are some very cheap games on the market if you’re looking to catch some action this weekend.