Nothing compares to watching a game from the gridiron, but some tickets will set you back close to $300. Ticket search engine SeatGeek breaks down which teams charge their fans the most to cheer live in person.
The reigning AFC champs are still the hottest ticket in football. The team charges nearly $300 to see Tom Brady at Gillette Stadium.
The 2012 Super Bowl champions are looking to make it a repeat, and are the hottest ticket in Gotham. Fans will pay $289 to see Eli Manning live try to keep his team atop the NFC East.
The Packer faithful are willing to pay a hefty price to watch NFL MVP Aaron Rogers at the field Lombardi built.
Steelers fans are counting on Ben Roethlisberger to take the team back to the Super Bowl—and they’re willing to pay a lot to watch it happen live.
The team might have traded popular Tim Tebow, but it picked up this past season’s most-coveted free agent in Peyton Manning. Mile-High City dwellers think the new addition might keep the team in playoff contention and will pay more than $250 to find out.
Da Bears…the team always seems to draw Chicagoans out to Soldier Field no matter how cold or expensive it gets.
The Ravens look to capture their first Super Bowl title since 2000 and fans are going to pay a hefty price to watch.
America’s Team may be running out of time to win a Super Bowl under the current leadership of Tony Romo, but that hasn’t stopped fans from flocking to Cowboy Stadium.
This NFC East team is still hunting for its first Super Bowl title and Philly Phaithful believe Michael Vick can lead the team to victory.
Despite missing the playoffs last season, Seattle football fans are willing to pay for a chance to see the team in person.
Are you ready for some football? Well, get ready to open your wallets: Here are the 10 NFL teams that are the most expensive to watch from the stands.