Demand Increasing to See Bengals-Seahawks in Cincinnati
With an average resale price of $130 a ticket, this weekend’s Bengals-Seahawks game is Cincinnati’s most expensive home game this season, topping their December matchup with the Steelers. While the game is the most expensive this season, it doesn’t top the 2010 and 2011 match-ups with the Steelers, which both had higher average resale prices.
Tickets to Seahawks at Bengals
With the Bengals 4-0 and the Seahawks winning two in a row, prices have climbed to see what some are thinking is a potential Super Bowl preview. Three weeks ago the median listing price was $172, but currently it is up to $199, an increase of 16 percent. The same trend shows for the get-in price, or cheapest tickets for sale, which have gone from $75 to $111 over the past three months.
While this game is expensive relative to other Bengals home games this season, it doesn’t compare to the price of a Seahawks home game. The cheapest Seahawks home game this season is their December matchup with the Browns, which has an average resale price of $211, far more than the average resale price for Sunday’s game in Cincinnati.
The game is actually not the most expensive event at Paul Brown Stadium on the secondary market this year, that distinction belongs to the Luke Bryan/Florida Georgia Line concert in July, which had an average resale price of $150. Click here to view all available Cincinnati Bengals tickets.