The New York Giants play their first ever playoff game in MetLife Stadium this Saturday, but prices are continuing to fall on the secondary market. With an average of $227.28 for home games this season, tickets to this NFC Wild Card Game are more 20.9% more expensive ($274.83 avg. ticket price). It is the most expensive home game this season, but only the third most expensive, behind road games against the New England Patriots ($329.12) and the Dallas Cowboys ($311.12).

Saturday 1:00 PM East Rutherford, NJ tickets from $49

Once the Giants clinched the NFC East by beating the Cowboys on New Year’s Day, tickets spiked for the playoff game, reaching record heights on January 2nd ($338.22 avg. ticket price). It’s good news for fans who waited for the excitement to die down. Ticket prices has since steadily declined, with tickets on January 6th averaging 42.70% less than its peak price ($193.83 avg. ticket price).

Although prices are cheaper, it’s not because fans are purchasing standing room only tickets and upper level seats. During the price decline, 46.87% of tickets purchased are in the 100 Sections of MetLife Stadium.

The cheapest available ticket on SeatGeek also happens to be the best deal according to our DealScore technology – 4 tickets in Section 307 for $49 each. This is cheaper than the $88 standing room only ticket. There are even fourth row tickets in Section 110 available for $314 each.