NFL tickets are usually expensive, with average ticket prices ranging from $99-$490 across the league.
This Sunday’s matchup between the Washington Redskins and Detroit Lions is the exception, with fans able to get into FedEx Field for as little as $6.
The low prices come at a time of low demand, with both teams far off from playoff contention and dealing with injuries.
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Attending an NFL game in person is an expensive affair.
Depending on the city, that week’s opponent, and how the season is going at any given moment, tickets alone can cost anywhere from $100-$500 each. With additional expenditures such as parking, concessions, and a few beers, it sometimes feels like you need to do some financial planning before heading to the stadium.
For fans of the Washington Redskins and Detroit Lions this Sunday, however, this is not the case, as tickets for the Week 12 matchup at FedEx Field are currently available on secondary markets for less than it will cost to park at the stadium.
On Gametime, a pair of tickets in Section 403 are available for just $6 each, and over at SeatGeek, you can find dozens of tickets in the upper level for $10 each.
That said, if you feel like going to the game, it’s probably worth it to splurge on the lower level. According to SeatGeek, there are “Dream Seats” available at field level and include free food starting at just $121, meaning you can get the best seat in the house for less than it costs to get in the door at most other stadiums.
As SeatGeek’s ticket map clearly illustrates, people are trying to sell their tickets for a deal in nearly every section of the stadium.
Of course, there’s …read more
Source:: Business Insider