Ticket prices for this Sunday’s game between the Denver Broncos and the Green Bay Packers are reaching unreal levels.
There is nothing like the NFL when it comes to ticket prices. The market for NFL tickets, in a flash, can be greater than that of any championship in any other sport. Unless of a course, it’s a game between lower market teams that are bad, like well you know.
Anyways, when teams like the Denver Broncos and the Green Bay Packers get together for a rare game between two storied franchises, prices to get into the game are going to cost a lot – especially when both teams are undefeated. With the game taking place in front of the country on Sunday, they’re going to cost even more.
It should be no surprise that tickets for this week’s Super Bowl rematch from almost 20 years ago, between two undefeated teams with star quarterbacks, are going for insane prices.
According to The Denver Post, tickets for the game are selling for more than $3,000.
"Already among some of the toughest tickets to get in the NFL, prices on the secondary market for the Denver Broncos’ soldout game against Green Bay are in the $400 to $700 range for the upper deck and more than $3,300 for the lower level."
To put this in perspective, this game is more expensive to get into than any of the World Series games this year. The power of the NFL is second to none when it comes to big games and there’s money to be made on the secondary market for those that want to sell their seats.
The point of the matter is that the NFL machine is rolling and no one wants to miss what will be an epic showdown between a great defense and a great offense this Sunday in Denver.