One of the final puzzle pieces of predicting this year’s NFL champion will be put into place this weekend. The highly-anticipated NFC and AFC Championship games will determine which teams take the field on Super Bowl Sunday. But which potential victors will signal the most competitive Super Bowl market?Continue reading “Which AFC, NFC Teams Make For the Most Competitive Super Bowl Market?”
NFL fans, rejoice, for the playoffs are officially upon us. A topsy-turvy end to the 2019 season set up early-January meetings between the Texans and Bills plus the Patriots versus the Titans in the AFC. Rounding out the Wild Card round are NFC clashes between the Saints and Vikings and Eagles against the Seahawks. But for those whose resolution is to save money, you’re in luck. NFL Wild Card tickets are reasonably priced in one particular market with further savings in store for Ticket Club members.Continue reading “NFL Wild Card Tickets Dominated by Houston-Buffalo”
There’s a full weekend of excitement on tap for football fans, as the AFC and NFC get ever-closer to deciding their representatives for Super Bowl LIV on February 2nd in Miami. The top seeds – Baltimore and Kansas City in the AFC and San Francisco and Green Bay in the NFC – play their openers at home Saturday and Sunday. To date, San Francisco holds the highest average – $395 per ticket sold according to marketplace data. NFL Playoff tickets are an expensive item, and this year is seeing prices trending at well over $200 for all of this weekend’s four games.
As always, Ticket Club is the best place to score affordable NFL Playoff tickets. With no service fees for members, the savings really add up when prices start going through the roof.Continue reading “2020 NFL Playoff Divisional Round – Ticket Prices and Trends”