With an average resale price of $416 a ticket, the Packers-Bears matchup this Turkey Day is the fourth most expensive regular season NFL game this season. Only these three games have higher average resale prices: number three being Jets at Pats on 10/25 ($431); followed by Pats at Broncos on 11/29 ($479); and Packers at Broncos on 11/1 ($525).

Tickets to Packers-Bears Matchup

This Thursday’s game is by far the most expensive Thanksgiving game tracked by SeatGeek over the past six seasons. The second most expensive game was the Seahawks at 49ers game last year, and that had an average resale price of $269. This year’s other two Thanksgiving games–Panthers at Cowboys ($223) and Eagles at Lions ($132) are also far cheaper than the Packers-Bears matchup.

Thursday’s game will be the most expensive game at Lambeau Field since at least the 2010 season, which is when SeatGeek started tracking the secondary market.

Priciest Packers Home Games of Last 5 Years

Matchup Date Avg. Secondary Ticket Cost
Bears at Packers 11/26 $416
Cowboys at Packers 12/13 $321
Seahawks at Packers 9/20 $315

Fans who waited until this week to buy tickets can save a significant amount of money, as prices have dropped in the months and weeks leading up to the game. At the beginning of the season the median listing price of a ticket to this weekend’s game was $485, but it is currently down to $370, a drop of 24 percent. The listing price of tickets actually steadily climbed through much of September and October, before three losses in a row knocked prices down. Click here to see the entire NFL schedule and available tickets.