Prices Falling for Steelers-Ravens on Thursday Night
With Roethlisberger hurt and the Ravens 0-3, this Thursday’s matchup between the Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers has seen an incredibly rapid decrease in price over the past two weeks. Tickets on the secondary market have dropped by 30 percent, and are now available for less than $100 each.
While the prices have dropped, this is still one of the more expensive Steelers home games of the season, with an average resale price of $233. This only trails the home opener against the 49ers, which had an average resale price of $238. Interestingly at this moment no other Steelers home game this season has tickets for cheaper than Thursday’s game.
Tickets to Ravens at Steelers
These two AFC North rivals are two of the more expensive teams to see in the NFL. The overall average resale price of Steelers home ticket is $214, which is the ninth highest in the NFL. The overall average resale price of a Ravens home ticket is $154, the 14th most in the NFL.
Of those looking for tickets on our site, 30 percent live in the Pittsburgh metro area. Interestingly, the New York metro area makes up 15 percent of those looking for tickets on our site, while Baltimore is only seven percent and Washington D.C. is six percent.
Fans looking for seats in the lower level along the sideline for Thursday’s game will pay a premium, as the average resale price of those seats is $343. Lower level seats in the end zone are far cheaper, as they have an average resale price of $235. The cheapest spot to sit is in the end zone of the upper level, where the average resale price of a ticket is $126.