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NFL’s Most Expensive Tickets for 2012-13 Season
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.  

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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.

New_England_Patriots

New England Patriots: $292.10

The reigning AFC champs are still the hottest ticket in football. The team charges nearly $300 to see Tom Brady at Gillette Stadium.

New_York_Giants

New York Giants: $289.30

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.

Green_Bay_Packers

Green Bay Packers: $289.14

The Packer faithful are willing to pay a hefty price to watch NFL MVP Aaron Rogers at the field Lombardi built.

Pittsburgh_Steelers

Pittsburgh Steelers: $278.07

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.

Denver_Broncos

Denver Broncos: $264.58

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.

Chicago_Bears

Chicago Bears: $252.20

Da Bears…the team always seems to draw Chicagoans out to Soldier Field no matter how cold or expensive it gets.

Baltimore_Ravens

Baltimore Ravens: $232.08

The Ravens look to capture their first Super Bowl title since 2000 and fans are going to pay a hefty price to watch.

Dallas_Cowboys

Dallas Cowboys: $221.51

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.

Philadelphia_Eagles

Philadelphia Eagles: $207.71

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.

Seattle_Seahawks

Seattle Seahawks: $196.57

Despite missing the playoffs last season, Seattle football fans are willing to pay for a chance to see the team in person.

NFL’s Most Expensive Tickets for 2012-13 Season

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.  

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