Apparently software isn’t the only expensive product Seattle Seahawks owner, and Microsoft Co-Founder, Paul Allen sells.
According to the report titled, “The state of the NFL ticket market heading into the 2016 season,” the average cost of a secondary-market ticket to see Russell Wilson and Richard Sherman, on a likely rainy autumn afternoon, is $466. That is slightly more than the New England Patriots and Denver Broncos at $461 and $454 respectively.
The top 10 rounds out with the Chicago Bears at $377, Green Bay Packers at $372, Pittsburgh Steelers at $339, New York Giants at $321, Minnesota Vikings at $315, Dallas Cowboys at $303, at the Los Angeles Rams at $284.
At the bottom of the list is the Jacksonville Jaguars at $141, followed by the Kansas City Chiefs at $143 and the Cleveland Browns at $145.
The most expensive ticket to see a team play on the road goes to “America’s team,” the Cowboys at $363.
The moral of the story here would have to be, the secondary market is not your friend when trying to go see your favorite NFL team. If you can’t get a hold of some tickets when they go on sale get down to your favorite sports bar, or next year make sure you invest that tax return in a good television.