The Patriots’ Most (and Least) In-Demand Matchups This Season
New England Patriots single-game tickets go on sale Thursday, which means football season is right around the corner. As such, the folks at SeatGeek decided to look at the secondary market to help predict which of the Pats matchups will be the hottest this year, and which matchups might be a little less in demand.
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Of course the Patriots have one of the most passionate fanbases in all of football, so demand won’t be lacking, but it is still interesting to see how ticket prices vary by opponent.
The hottest matchup is looking like their Sunday Night Football game against the Seattle Seahawks, which currently has a median listing price of $596. This is followed by their matchup with the Cincinnati Bengals, which has a median listing price of $510.
Average Ticket Prices for Patriots 2016/2017 Season
|Matchup||Date||Avg. Ticket Price|
|Dolphins at Patriots||9/18||$431|
|Texans at Patriots||9/22||$348|
|Bills at Patriots||10/2||$424|
|Bengals at Patriots||10/16||$510|
|Seahawks at Patriots||11/13||$596|
|Rams at Patriots||12/4||$391|
|Ravens at Patriots||12/12||$347|
|Jets at Patriots||12/24||$401|
On the other end, their showdown with the Baltimore Ravens has a median listing price of only $347, making it the least expensive game on the schedule right now, edging out the matchup with the Houston Texans.
One thing worth noting, fans might be interested in traveling to New York or Cleveland for an away game. The median listing price for the October 9 game against the Browns is just $192, and for the November 27 game against the Jets it is $225.
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