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2020 & Potential Coronavirus Impact on Secondary Market

The 2020 NFL schedule was recently announced. While this is exciting news for all football fans, there are some major questions marks heading into the 2020 season due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The league remains very confident that the 2020 season will happen on time. 

However, the league has already canceled all of its International Series games, and according to SI.com, people within the league office have already begun considering contingency plans for the season. One strong possibility is that games are played in stadiums without fans, something we've already begun seeing in other sports around the globe. 

Below is a breakdown at the market value of tickets, based on 2019 secondary market average ticket prices and attendance at 100% capacity. This is not a precise measure, but the simplest way to benchmark the magnitude of losses, by team. 

2019 Average Secondary Market Prices*Capacity = Normal-Season Market Value

Team Avg Price Capacity Market Value
Patriots $704 66,829 $376,544,659
Cowboys $402 105,000 $337,723,050
Bears $597 61,500 $293,575,785
Packers $344 81,441 $224,194,042
Seahawks $401 69,000 $221,151,900
Eagles $395 69,596 $220,142,587
Broncos $354 76,125 $215,586,000
Chargers $366 70,240 $205,405,842
Saints $321 73,208 $188,217,768
Giants $258 82,500 $170,538,225
Vikings $286 66,655 $152,424,654
Chiefs $245 76,416 $149,689,010
Steelers $268 68,400 $146,475,864
Falcons $223 75,000 $133,767,750
Browns $238 67,895 $129,272,080
Rams $225 70,240 $126,703,327
Ravens $215 71,008 $122,248,083
Jets $185 82,500 $122,100,000
Panthers $200 75,523 $120,926,672
Texans $202 72,220 $116,468,472
Titans $207 69,143 $114,500,808
Buccaneers $206 65,890 $108,759,917
49ers $195 68,500 $106,860,000
Redskins $157 82,000 $102,873,920
Bills $163 71,608 $93,272,284
Raiders $175 65,000 $91,000,000
Dolphins $158 65,326 $82,572,064
Lions $145 65,000 $75,316,800
Cardinals $131 63,400 $66,443,200
Jaguars $104 69,132 $57,457,778
Colts $103 67,000 $54,974,840
Bengals $99 65,515 $52,081,804
       
    Total $4,779,269,187

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Coronavirus Risk By NFL Venue

With so many questions surrounding if and when fans will be allowed back into stadiums,  we created a Safety Index that is based on daily active cases compared to the national average *Rt.live, a measure of how fast the virus is spreading in each city and state. The Safety Index is not meant as a recommendation to attend events in any market, but just one interpretation of publicly-available data. 
 
Based on our Safety Index calculations, conditions across a majority of NFL markets have remained stable or improved over the past 2 weeks. In states that have reopened, RT values (which measure that rate of virus transmission) have slightly increased. Obviously with more people outside of their homes this makes sense, but if the RT values continue to trend upward in re-opened states, it may make filling stadiums, even partially, harder. 
 
 The NFL is looking to set the stage for fans returning to live sporting events, as they have begun selling tickets for their 2020 regular season in most markets. As of now, they are the only league selling tickets, as most leagues have been working on refund policies and altered season plans. The MLB is working on a shortened season with only 3 divisions. The NBA and NHL seem to be moving straight to the postseason, most likely without fans. The PGA has moved its Major Tournaments to the fall. The Kentucky Derby, Preakness, and Belmont Stakes all have been moved to the fall as well, where it is unknown if fans will be allowed.

Ahead of fans returning several sports leagues return to action in recent days without fans. Leagues like the PGA, NASCAR, UFC, and other international sports leagues have begun to hold events broadcasted live on television without fans in the stands. Hopefully, that won't be the case comes August across NFL cities.
 
The below chart sorts each team, from lowest to highest risk on the safety index, and try to provide context on how teams in different parts of the country and handling the schedule release.

 

Where To Buy NFL Tickets & 2020 Refund Policy

Over the last few years, the schedule release has when teams start selling single-game tickets. In a normal market, teams have a good sense of how many season-ticket subscribers they'll have and how many tickets they need to sell through single-game sales or groups. While the NFL did announced a league-wide refund policy yesterday, selling strategies are market-specific based on local risk factors.

Last year, as a point of comparison, 80% of teams were selling single game tickets at the schedule release. This year, that number is 37.5% as the 2nd infographic shows. 

Roger Goodell also sent a memo to all 32 teams recently, which stated, "all clubs will have in place a policy under which, if a game is cancelled, or is played under conditions that prohibit fans from attending, anyone purchasing a ticket directly from the club (i.e., season tickets, group sales and/or partial season plans) will have the option of either receiving a full refund or applying the amount paid toward a future ticket purchase directly from the club."

On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on all sold out NFL tickets, in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all sold out concert tickets. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid Seats, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. In our efforts to continue to provide our customers with the best deals, we’ve removed all fees.TicketIQ now shows you the full ticket price from the start of your search. TicketIQ customers save an average of 5%-20% compared to StubHub and Vivid Seats.

Team Ticket Single Game & Season Ticket On Sale Info

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49ers On Sale Available Now
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TicketIQ is committed to the cheapest tickets possible, and we make much less on sold out tickets compared to other major marketplaces like StubHub and Vivid. That means ticket buyers save from up to 25 on TicketIQ on sports, music and theater. We're able to do this because we also work with teams, venues, and other ticket owners, to help them sell tickets at face price, directly to consumers like you, through Ticketmaster, Seatgeek and other primary ticketing platforms. You can read our NFL Buying Guide that we think is the most objective advice on where to find the best deals on summer concert tickets, whether they're 'sold out' on TicketIQ or 'unsold' on the primary ticket market.

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Which NFL Stadiums and Cities Have Highest and Lowest Coronavirus Risk?

While the schedule release is a much-needed dose of exciting news for all football fans, there are some major questions marks heading into the 2020 season due to the Coronavirus pandemic.  While teams know what teams they'll play, that's about all they know. Whether or not the games happen and if fans are able to attend will depend on how the virus is managed over the next 2-3 months.

The league has already canceled all of its International Series games, and the league is rightly considering all possible scenarios. 

Based on the varying levels of infection in each NFL city and state, it's possible that some teams may be able to host fans at a reduced capacity while others may not. The Dolphins announced a preliminary plan last week, with a 25% of capacity goal. Based on the below NFL Covid-19 Safety Index, the Dolphins fall within the low-risk category, just barely.

To create the Safety Index, we compared the active cases in each city or state to the national average and then discounted that product by Rt. Rt is a measure of how fast the virus is spreading in each city and state,  most easily tracked through Rt.live.

The NFL Covid-19 Safety Index is not a recommendation to attend events in any market, and is just TicketIQ's interpretation of publicly-available data.  

Below is a breakdown of the market value of tickets for each NFL team, based on 2019 secondary market average ticket prices and attendance at 100% capacity.

This is not a precise measure, but the simplest way to benchmark the magnitude of ticket market value for the season, by team.  As it shows, the Patriots have the most to lose by not hosting fans. They also have the 3rd riskiest venue, behind just MetLife, which hosts the Jets and Giants, and M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. 

2019 Average Secondary Market Prices*Capacity = Normal-Season Market Value

Team Avg Price Capacity Market Value
Patriots $704 66,829 $376,544,659
Cowboys $402 105,000 $337,723,050
Bears $597 61,500 $293,575,785
Packers $344 81,441 $224,194,042
Seahawks $401 69,000 $221,151,900
Eagles $395 69,596 $220,142,587
Broncos $354 76,125 $215,586,000
Chargers $366 70,240 $205,405,842
Saints $321 73,208 $188,217,768
Giants $258 82,500 $170,538,225
Vikings $286 66,655 $152,424,654
Chiefs $245 76,416 $149,689,010
Steelers $268 68,400 $146,475,864
Falcons $223 75,000 $133,767,750
Browns $238 67,895 $129,272,080
Rams $225 70,240 $126,703,327
Ravens $215 71,008 $122,248,083
Jets $185 82,500 $122,100,000
Panthers $200 75,523 $120,926,672
Texans $202 72,220 $116,468,472
Titans $207 69,143 $114,500,808
Buccaneers $206 65,890 $108,759,917
49ers $195 68,500 $106,860,000
Redskins $157 82,000 $102,873,920
Bills $163 71,608 $93,272,284
Raiders $175 65,000 $91,000,000
Dolphins $158 65,326 $82,572,064
Lions $145 65,000 $75,316,800
Cardinals $131 63,400 $66,443,200
Jaguars $104 69,132 $57,457,778
Colts $103 67,000 $54,974,840
Bengals $99 65,515 $52,081,804
       
    Total $4,779,269,187
 
 

Where To Buy NFL Tickets

Over the last few years, the schedule release has when teams start selling single-game tickets. Last year, as a point of comparison, 80% of teams were selling single game tickets at the schedule release. This year, that number is 53% ,as the below infographic shows. There are tickets available for every teams on the secondary ticket, however, some teams have very little inventory, in part because they're not selling single-game or season tickets, meaning there's nothing to be resold. The result of the limited supply is prices on the secondary market are up 51% from last year across the league.  While the Dolphins have set a target for 23% of capacity, most teams have not announced reduced capacity plans.  

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In addition to primary market availability, there are also tickets available on the secondary market for the majority of teams. On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Fee-Free tickets with a Low Price Guarantee and Refund Guarantee, which states that in the event an event is cancelled or deem unfit for fans to attend, TicketIQ will refund ticket buyers within 15 days. That means that you can buy from TicketIQ without worrying about cancellation.

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How Much Are 2020 NFL Tickets

The result of the limited supply is that prices on the secondary market are up 51% from last year across the league.  On the secondary market, only four teams has a price decrease (infographic below), which means that secondary-market prices are up for 28 teams, but none more than for the Raiders, who are preparing for their first season in Las Vegas. The Buccaneers and Bengals also have increases over 100%. as the result of anticipation for new franchise QB in each city.  The increases in prices for the Jets and Broncos are likely more the result of limited supply than increased demand. League-wide, the average price for tickets on the secondary market is $391, up from $258 last season.

Team Secondary Market Average Price Secondary Market Quantity
Primary On Sale
Raiders $1,098 Medium Sold Out
Broncos $703 Low Yes
Cowboys $549 High Yes
Seahawks $507 Medium No
Saints $479 Medium Yes
Buccaneers $462 Low No
Giants $453 Low Yes
Jets $437 Low No
Bears $428 Medium Yes
Patriots $424 Low Yes
Packers $380 Low No
49ers $364 High Yes
Rams $337 Medium Yes
Steelers $334 Medium Yes
Eagles $308 High Yes
Browns $300 Medium Yes
Chargers $293 Low Yes
Panthers $293 Medium Yes
Vikings $286 High Yes
Redskins $284 High Yes
Titans $273 Low Yes
Ravens $272 High Yes
Dolphins $268 Medium Yes
Chiefs $265 High Yes
Falcons $251 High Yes
Bengals $245 Medium No
Texans $236 High Yes
Jaguars $215 Medium Yes
Cardinals $210 High Yes
Colts $185 Medium Yes
Bills $168 High Yes
Lions $142 High No

 

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How Many Tickets Are Available on The Secondary Market:

Overall, the quantity of tickets available on the secondary market is down 49% from last season.  While that drop has been accelerated by the fact that almost 1/3 of the league is not yet onsale, the  secondary market has decreased every year since 2013 every year but one. After the drop this year,  the quantity of tickets available on the secondary market is down 84% from 2013.

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What is NFL Refund Policy For 2020 Tickets?

While each team is selling tickets differently by team, the league has a global refund policy as stated in the memo to all 32 teams recently. Under the policy, if a game is cancelled, or is played under conditions that prohibit fans from attending, anyone purchasing a ticket directly from the club (i.e., season tickets, group sales and/or partial season plans) will have the option of either receiving a full refund or applying the amount paid toward a future ticket purchase directly from the club."

In addition to primary market availability, there are also tickets available on the secondary market for the majority of teams. On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Fee-Free tickets with a Low Price Guarantee and Refund Guarantee, which states that in the event an event is cancelled or deem unfit for fans to attend, TicketIQ will refund ticket buyers within 15 days. That means that you can buy from TicketIQ without worrying about cancellation.

Also, if you find the same ticket for less on another secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid Seats, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. 


2019 NFL Ticket Market Report Below

How Much Are NFL Tickets

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NFL Ticket Price Changes

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Biggest Price Gainers

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1. New England Patriots

  • Secondary average asking price: $762 🎟️
  • Most expensive game: September 8th vs Pittsburgh - Tickets from $460 
  • Cheapest game: December 21st vs Buffalo - Tickets from $145 

2. Chicago Bears

3. Seattle Seahawks

4. Philadelphia Eagles

5. Los Angeles Chargers

6. Denver Broncos

7. Dallas Cowboys

8. Green Bay Packers

9. Pittsburgh Steelers

10. Minnesota Vikings

11. New Orleans Saints

12. Kansas City Chiefs

13. New York Giants

14. Cleveland Browns

15. Los Angeles Rams

16. Atlanta Falcons

17. Houston Texans

18. Tennessee Titans

19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

20. Carolina Panthers

21. San Francisco 49ers

22. New York Jets

23. Oakland Raiders

24. Miami Dolphins

25. Washington Redskins

26. Baltimore Ravens

27. Detroit Lions

28. Buffalo Bills

29. Arizona Cardinals

30. Jacksonville Jaguars

31. Indianapolis Colts

32. Cincinnati Bengals

  • Secondary average asking price: $99 🎟️
  • Most expensive game: December 29th vs Cleveland - Tickets from $65
  • Cheapest game:  October 20th vs Jacksonville - Tickets from $29

List of Specific Team Strategies and Market Availability

Teams Active In Primary Market Across Most Price Tiers With Focus on Filling Seats:

Actively Selling Teams Secondary Avg Primary Availability
Los Angeles Chargers $366 Most Sections
Miami Dolphins $158 Most Sections 
New York Jets $185 Most Sections
San Francisco 49ers $195 Most Sections 
Los Angeles Rams $225 Most Sections
Washington Redskins $157 Most Sections
New York Giants $258 Most Sections 
Tennessee Titans $207 Most Sections 
Arizona Cardinals $131 Most Sections 
Kansas City Chiefs $268 Most Sections 
Baltimore Ravens $150 Most Sections 
Tampa Bay Buccaneers $206 Most Sections 
Cincinnati Bengals $99 Most Sections 
Indianapolis Colts $103 Most Sections 
Jacksonville Jaguars $104 Most Sections

Teams With Limited Primary Market Availability With Focus on Revenue Optimization:

Toe Dippers + Rev Optimizers Secondary Avg Primary Market
Chicago Bears $597 Very Limited 
Dallas Cowboys $349 Very Limited
Seattle Seahawks $405 Very Limited
Philadelphia Eagles $400 Very Limited
Oakland Raiders $175 Very Limited
Minnesota Vikings $290 Very Limited
Houston Texans $222 Limited Upper
Denver Broncos $354 Limited Uppers
Carolina Panthers $200 Limited Uppers

While some of the biggest names above still use the secondary market as their primary distribution channel, for 2019 the majority of NFL teams are testing their own flavor of direct-to-consumer selling.  For teams with a secondary-first strategy, most have shifted away from working with hundreds of smaller brokers to consolidators, a kind of super broker that manages and takes risk on a team’s secondary sales and also helps them manage downside risk while giving them a share of the upside—based on what happens on the field.  There are also at least a few teams-- the Patriots, Packers and Saints-- that are actually sold out, the old fashioned way. For those teams, the secondary market is the best and only option.

 Teams That Are Mostly Sold Out:

Sold Out Secondary Avg Primary Market
New England Patriots $762 Sold Out
Cleveland Browns  $239 Sold Out
Green Bay Packers $340 Sold Out
New Orleans Saints  $273 Sold Out
Pittsburgh Steelers $308 Singles Only
Atlanta Falcons $223 None
Buffalo Bills $131 Limited Uppers
     

Detail On Specific Team Strategies and Selling Channels

Revenue Optimizers

Vikings: 2018 Percent Capacity Filled: 99.9%

Now in the third year at U.S. Bank, the Minnesota Vikings are still technically in the honeymoon phase of their billion dollar stadium that opened in 2016.  According to ESPN, last season, they filled 99.9% of their seats for home games. At a $260 average price on the secondary market this season, prices are at their highest point since 2016 when tickets averaged $339 for the inaugural season at the new stadium. Despite those numbers, tickets are available for the two highest-demand games of the season: the opener against the Falcons and the December 23rd game against the rival Packers.  For each game, though, there’s a very limited number primary-market tickets on Ticketmaster, making this a toe-dip more than a splash. Prices for 4th row end zone tickets for the Packers are available for $640 after fees, which is in-line with the cost on Stubhub and TicketIQ. The same tickets for the Falcons game are going for $325.

Bears, Seahawks, Eagles: 2018 Percent Capacity Filled: 100%

With high expectations, these teams enter 2019 with amongst the high-demand marketplaces in the league. Like the Vikings, these are using the cushion that affords to dipping a toe into direct-to-fan selling for both the high and low demand game on their schedules. While there’s some variation by section,  prices are marginally more expensive comparable listings on the secondary market.

For the Eagles, even the highest-demand game against the Patriots has tickets available on the primary market. With less than 50 tickets available for that game, lower level end zone seats are going $425 each after fees. Despite those ‘unsold’ tickets, according to a sales rep at the team, the Eagles have a ‘multi-year’ waitlist for season tickets.  It’s the same story at the Bears and Seahawks, and evidence that in the new era of tickets, season tickets can be sold out even if single-game tickets are not.

On Ticketmaster, the Eagles have single game tickets not just for high-demand games like Patriots, but also for lesser opponents like the Jets, where end-zone seats are going for $300 each. Even in that low-demand price tier, the team is taking in more revenue compared to the season-ticket holder discount.  While the Eagles are a good lesson in how to capturing ‘market-driven’ margins, it seems they’re still leaving some money on the table. For what could be TB12s final visit to Philly, secondary market prices are about 10% higher than what’s available from the team.

Marketplace Competitors

Rams and Chargers: 2018 Percent Capacity Filled: 77% and 121%

The Chargers play in the smallest NFL stadium while the Rams play in one of the largest. As a result, Chargers have an average price on the secondary market over $300, $70 above the average price for secondary-market tickets for the NFC-Champion Rams. In 2018, however, the Rams sold double the amount of tickets to see football in LA, drawing over 70,000 fans to the oldest stadium in football. Combined in 2018, the two LA teams sold 100,000 tickets per home game. In two years, they’ll have to increase that to 160,000 if they both want to sell out their home games at the the $2.6 billion stadium and entertainment district that is scheduled for play next season.

As for primary-market availability, both LA teams have thousands of tickets to sell for each game on Ticketmaster. While the Chargers are selling tickets across all sections of the 32,000-seat Dignity Health Sports Park, the Rams selling is much more focused in the 200 and 300 level. As for pricing, both teams are in-line with the secondary market, with one interesting exception: for the best seats,the Chargers are significantly cheaper than Stubhub or TicketIQ.  For the lowest-demand Chargers game against the Texans, a 10th row ticket behind the Chargers bench is selling for $211 compared to $376 on the secondary market. If the team is trying to hook future VIPs at entry-level prices, it’s an innovative tactic that may help them fill some the 80,000 seats awaiting for them next year.

Jets and Giants: 2018 Percent Capacity Filled: 93% and 95%  

Over the course of the Eli Manning Era, New York has been a Giants city.  Over the last 5 years, however, the average price for Giants tickets on the secondary market has dropped from over $300 to $217. While the Jets have had a more turbulent ticket history, for 2019 prices on the secondary market are headed up, with prices up 40% compared to the start of the season last year.  With average secondary-market prices of $209 for the Jets and $217 for the Giants, both New York teams have solid markets that will likely go up if the teams win.

On the primary market, while the Jets have been in the single-game business for a few years, for the Giants direct-to-fan single game sales is new territory.  Giant’s season tickets used to be a generational inheritance that were expensive and difficult to come by. In 2019, their a couple clicks away, and cheaper than ever. They’re also available to be purchased at an impulse for the first time in a generation, especially if you’re looking to sit in the upper levels. Lower Level shoppers will need to stick to the secondary market.

The Jets have tickets available on the primary market for every game, in almost every section  Giants price tiers for tickets in section 126 are $162, $187 and $237, based on the opponent. For the Jets, prices range from from $170 for the Bills to $200 for the Patriots and $220 for the Cowboys.

Panthers: 2018 Percent Capacity Filled: 100%

After their Super Bowl visit in 2015, the average price for Panthers tickets peaked in 2016 at an average price of $233 on the secondary market. For 2019, prices are under $200 for the first time since 2014.  According to ESPN, the Panthers seats filled 100% of their seats last season at Bank of America Stadium with under 10,000 seats available in the secondary market, which means that most people who have tickets actually use them. The majority of single-game tickets available directly from the team are towards the back of the 300s level, and prices for those tickets are in-line in-line with secondary market based pricing across most games.

Raiders:  2018 Percent Capacity Filled: 100.3%

Unable to find a 1-year rental before their move to Vegas in 2020, the 2019 Raiders return to Oakland for what may be a zombie season when it comes to ticket sales.  While no numbers have been released, the very-public effort to find a 1-year home away from Oakland had to have impacted season ticket subscribers. While we won’t know what damage it’s done until September, the team isn’t panicking, with only 100 tickets per game available on Ticketmaster, all in the same six sections of the lower bowl.  Prices on the secondary market are also up significantly from last year, which likely means the team is working with a consolidator to keep it there. With one game in London, it also helps there are only 7 games games left before moving to Las Vegas.

Texans: 2018 Percent Capacity Filled: 99%

With their first division championship since 2016, and a dynamic face of the franchise in Deshaun Watson, prices for Texans tickets on the secondary  secondary market have almost doubled. On the eve of the draft, the average price for Texas Tickets is $293, up from $57 last year. Amidst that dynamic, the Texans officially went onsale this morning, just hours before the draft, making single game tickets available through Ticketmaster across all their games at NRG Stadium. The majority of the available inventory is in the upper level, with prices that are in-line with the secondary market.

Lions: 2018 Percentage Capacity Filled: 97.2%

Single game tickets on the primary market for the Lions go on sale on July 24th on the via primary partner Ticketmaster. There are multiple choices of season ticket packages available, and there is a new 12-month payment plan, which allows for one $89.83 payment per month for two season ticket memberships.  For season ticket buyers, 92% of tickets will have lower prices for the 2019 season, for the first time since 2014.  The team also introduced something called "Lionsurance" which allows fans who use eight games the ability to apply 50 percent of unscanned ticket value for up to two games toward 2020 season-ticket renewal.

Others Competing:

49ers: 2018 Percent Capacity Filled: 100%

Titans: 2018 Percent Capacity Filled: 92%

Colts: 2018 Percent Capacity Filled: 94%

Cardinals: 2018 Percent Capacity Filled: 95%

Redskins: 2018 Percent Capacity Filled: 74%Market Disruptors

Buccaneers: 2018 Percent Capacity Filled: 82%

No team has taken on the secondary market more aggressively than the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.  After not renewing thousands of season ticket holders three years ago, the Bucs have been on a path toward market consolidation for some time.  Despite a class action lawsuit filed last January, the Bucs appear to be in full assault of the secondary market. Over the last three years, the quantity of tickets available in the secondary market dropped from over 20,000 to under 2,000. Ticketmaster.com has the majority of inventory available for sale this season, With so little supply on the secondary market, prices are twice as high as the primary market, which is exactly what the Bucs are looking for as they look to make the flip to a team-driven marketplace faster than any other NFL team. While they have more control over their ticketing than any other team, they also have more risk. With renewed confidence in Jameis Winston, the 5th pick in the 2019 draft and 7 picks overall, Buccaneers ticket revenue stand to benefit from a strong draft and competitive season more than any other team in football. With prices as high as they are on the secondary ticket market, Ticketmaster.com is the best options for tickets to see any of the home games at Raymond James this season.

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Chiefs: 2018 Percent Capacity Filled: 99%

With a new face of the franchise in Patrick Mahomes and Super Bowl expectations, the price for Chiefs tickets in the secondary market is up almost 50% from last season. In addition to one of the biggest jumps in the secondary market, the team also leads the league in tickets available on the secondary market, with close to 50,000 tickets available for sale across all their home games. These huge numbers are likely the result of a market consolidator deal, similar to what the Dodgers did last season. While these deals rely heavily on secondary market distribution, it also means that the team will be keeping tight reins on prices.

Those high prices will also benefit margin on the primary side, as the Chiefs have about 1,000 tickets available on Ticketmaster.com each game, with prices about 5% cheaper than the secondary market. In addition to maximizing margin, this price advantage also serves to signal the value of buying direct from the team.  When it comes to ticketings, the Chiefs seem to be having their cake and eating it as well.

Cowboys:  2018 Percent Capacity Filled: 91%

With the biggest stadium in the NFL, the Cowboys need to leverage every channel possible to fill Jerry World. Last year, they finished near the bottom of the league with only 91% of capacity filled for their home-games. They also led the league with an average of 91,000 fans per game. After the Chiefs, the Cowboys have the largest amount of inventory available for sale on the secondary market. Historically, they have not used the primary market for any direct sales, and while that is largely the case this year, they have made Standing Room Only tickets available directly through Seatgeek, their new primary ticketing platform.

Other teams with highest secondary inventory:

Bills: 2018 Percent Capacity Filled: 90%

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Patriots: 2018 Percent Capacity Filled: 100%

Whether or not they’ve won the Super Bowl the prior year, the Patriots almost always lead the league in highest secondary market price.  In addition to tremendous demand to see TB12, the Patriots also have the lowest quantity of tickets on the secondary market. For 2019, nothing has changed and while they don’t have any single game tickets for sale, they do have a season-ticket waitlist, which you can join for a non-refundable deposit of $100.

Packers: 2018 Percent Capacity Filled: 100%

Browns:  2018 Percent Capacity Filled: 97%

Given their strong finish last year and the signing of big-name talent like Odell Beckham Jr, the average price on the secondary market for Browns tickets is $197, which is the highest average price this decade for games in Cleveland. It’s also almost double the $104 average in 2017, which was the lowest price this decade.  Prior to the Mayfield era, the Browns had been active single-game ticket sellers. With secondary-market tickets available under $25 for most games, they didn’t have much luck. With prices up as much as they are for 2019, though, the Browns could be aggressive single-game sellers and likely make more money selling tickets than ever before. Since November, the team says they’ve sold over 11,000 new season tickets and, as if to formalize their arrival to the world of high-demand tickets, they’ve even instituted a waitlist, which you can get onto for $100 per ticket.

Steelers:  2018 Percent Capacity Filled: 92%

Falcons: Onsale TBD 2018 Percent Capacity Filled: 97%

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The 2020 NFL regular season has come to an end and the playoffs here. Below, we will breakdown primary and secondary market ticket pricing and availability for each home team for the Conference Championship Round Round.

Also, be sure to check out our Super Bowl LIV buying guide.

Where To Buy NFL Playoff Tickets

Primary market tickets via Ticketmaster are limited or sold out for all teams in the NFL playoffs. Check out each team's summary for availability and pricing.

On the secondary market, TicketIQ will offer fans a Low Price Guarantee on all sold out NFL playoff tickets and Super Bowl ticketsThat means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save up to 25%. 

How Much Are NFL Playoff Tickets

NFC Championship Game Tickets 

San Francisco is making its first playoff appearance since 2013, and only its fourth since 2010. As a No. 1 seed. After defeating the Vikings, the 49ers will host the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship game at Levis Stadium.

Where To Buy San Francisco 49ers NFC Championship Tickets

Primary market tickets are sold out for the NFC Championship game via Ticketmaster. 

On the secondary market TicketIQ will offer fans a Low Price Guarantee on all sold out San Francisco 49ers playoff tickets in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all NFL playoff tickets and Super Bowl ticketsThat means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save up to 25%.

How Much Are San Francisco 49ers NFC Championship Game Tickets

  • Secondary market average asking price: $815
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $309

The average asking price for a seat to the NFC Championship game is down 13% since Sunday and is now just over $800  The average is 182% higher than the $289 cost of a ticket to a regular-season ticket on the secondary market. 

On secondary ticket marketplace TicketIQ, the cheapest ticket gets fans a seat on the 400 Level above the visitors' sideline. The priciest ticket remaining is trending at $11,657 in Club 137, Row 6. 200-Level seats start at $402 on the corner, and 100-Level seats start at $446.

Below is a screenshot of inventory on TicketIQ and get-in price by zone:

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Below is the average price for every 49ers home game in the last 10 years.

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AFC Championship Game Tickets (Chiefs vs Titans)

Where To Buy Chiefs AFC Championship Game Tickets

With a spot in the playoffs secured, Kansas City Chiefs post-season tickets went on sale to the general public Thursday, December 5 via primary market partner Ticketmaster. There was another on sale on January 6th. 

On the secondary market TicketIQ will offer fans a Low Price Guarantee on all Kansas City Chiefs playoff tickets in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all NFL playoff and Super Bowl ticketsThat means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save up to 25%.

How Much Are Kansas City Chiefs AFC Championship Game Tickets

  • Secondary market average asking price: $408
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $261

A ticket to the AFC Championship game at Arrowhead Stadium is trending at $408 on the secondary market, which is 67% more than fans paid on average to see a regular season game.  The $408 average would rank as the priciest of the decade at Arrowhead Stadium.

On the secondary market, fans can purchase tickets starting at $261 on the 300 Level in the end zone, and go up to $5,494 in  Sideline section 104, Row 1. There are myriad Club Sections still available, starting at $756. Club ticket holders get access to the 200 Club Level, which includes lounge access, early entry to the game, and premium food-and-beverage options.

Lower Level tickets start at $413 in the Endzone, $402 in the corners, $510 on the sidelines and $709 at midfield. 

Below is a screenshot of inventory on TicketIQ and get-in price by zone:

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Below is a list of prices for all their playoff games this decade.

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How Much Are NFL Divisional Round Playoff Tickets

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AFC Divisional Round Playoffs

Baltimore Ravens (1 Seed)

Winners of the AFC North, and the team the best record in the NFL, the Baltimore Ravens clinched the division, a first-round playoff bye, and home field throughout the AFC playoffs. Baltimore will host Tennessee Titans on January 11.

The Ravens won the AFC North last year, but were eliminated by the Los Angeles Chargers in the wild-card round. That playoff appearance was the Ravens’ first after a three-year drought. Baltimore last won it all in Super Bowl XLVII, beating San Francisco, 34-31 -- the second time this decade Baltimore won a Super Bowl. 

Where To Buy Ravens Playoff Tickets

A limited amount of tickets for the Divisional game at M&T Bank Stadium are available via Ticketmaster.

On the secondary market TicketIQ will offer fans a Low Price Guarantee on all Baltimore Ravens playoff tickets in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all NFL playoff tickets and Super Bowl ticketsThat means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save up to 25%.

How Much Are Baltimore Ravens Playoff Tickets

  • Secondary market average asking price (Divisional Game): $372
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket (Divisional Game): $147

The average price of a Ravens ticket on the secondary market is $372, which is the second highest of the divisional round, behind only the 49ers ($547). The cheapest is $321 for a Green Bay Packers home game.

If the current average holds, a ticket to this year’s Divisional game will be the priciest for any Wild-Card or Divisional game in Baltimore this decade. The next highest cost fans $352 for a Divisional game against the Houston Texans in 2012, and the cheapest was last year’s Wild-Game against the Los Angeles Chargers, which settled at $320. Below is a screenshot of inventory and get-in price by zone for the Ravens divisional round game:

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If the Ravens advance to the AFC Championship, and play at home, the current average asking price for that game is $903 on the secondary market. Below is a list of prices for all their playoff games this decade.

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Kansas City Chiefs (2 Seed)

The Chiefs won the AFC West with an 12-4 record and are the No. 2 seed in the AFC. This will be the Chiefs fourth consecutive trip to the playoffs and they have won the AFC West every season since 2016. Last season, Kansas City took the New England Patriots to overtime in the AFC Championship before losing, 37-31. The Chiefs haven’t won or participated in a Super Bowl since 1969.

The Kansas City Chiefs will play the Houston Texans in the Divisional Round at Arrowhead Stadium on January 12.

Where To Buy Chiefs Playoff Tickets

With a spot in the playoffs secured, Kansas City Chiefs post-season tickets went on sale to the general public Thursday, December 5 via primary market partner Ticketmaster. There was another on sale on January 6th. 

On the secondary market TicketIQ will offer fans a Low Price Guarantee on all Kansas City Chiefs playoff tickets in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all NFL playoff and Super Bowl ticketsThat means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save up to 25%.

How Much Are Kansas City Chiefs Playoff Tickets

A ticket to the Divisional Round game at Arrowhead Stadium is trending at $349 on the secondary market, which is 48% more than fans paid on average to see a regular season game.  The $349 average would rank as the priciest of the decade at Arrowhead Stadium.

On the secondary market, fans can purchase tickets starting at $152 on the 300 Level in the end zone, and go up to $4,145 in Club Sideline section 227, Row 8 at the 20-yard line on the Chiefs side of the field. There are myriad Club Sections still available, starting at $453. Club ticket holders get access to the 200 Club Level, which includes lounge access, early entry to the game, and premium food-and-beverage options.

Lower Level tickets start at $253 in the Endzone, $251 in the corners, $299 on the sidelines and $378 at midfield. 

Below is a screenshot of inventory on TicketIQ and get-in price by zone:

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Below is a list of prices for all their playoff games this decade.

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NFC Divisional Round Playoffs

San Francisco 49ers (1 Seed)

San Francisco is making its first playoff appearance since 2013, and only its fourth since 2010. As a No. 1 seed, and they'll host Minnesota Vikings in their Divisional game at Levi's Stadium on January 11th. 

Where To Buy San Francisco 49ers Playoff Tickets

Primary market tickets are still available for the 49ers’ NFC Divisional game  via Ticketmaster. 

On the secondary market TicketIQ will offer fans a Low Price Guarantee on all sold out San Francisco 49ers playoff tickets in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all NFL playoff tickets and Super Bowl ticketsThat means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save up to 25%.

How Much Are San Francisco 49ers Playoff Tickets

  • Secondary market average asking price: $547
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $225

The average asking price for a seat to the Divisional game is the highest in the NFL. The average is 89% higher than the $289 cost of a ticket to a regular-season ticket on the secondary market. 

On secondary ticket marketplace TicketIQ, the cheapest ticket gets fans a standing room only ticket, while the least expensive standard seat is on the 400 Level above the visitors' sideline. The priciest ticket remaining is trending at $9,326 in Club Section 139, Row 2W right at the 50 yard line. 200-Level seats start at $270 on the corner, and 100-Level seats start at $298. 

Below is a screenshot of inventory on TicketIQ and get-in price by zone:

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Green Bay Packers (2 Seed)

The Green Bay Packers are in the playoffs for the first time since the 2016 season, when they got to the NFC Championship before losing to Atlanta. Green Bay won the NFC North and holds the No. 2 seed. With the Bye week, the Packers are set to host the SEATTLE SEAHAWKS in the Divisional Round  at Lambeau Field on January 12th.

Where To Buy Green Bay Packers Playoff Tickets?

 Single seats are sold out on the primary market for the Packers Divisional game, according to Ticketmaster. There may be more tickets released though as game day gets closer.

On the secondary market TicketIQ will offer fans a Low Price Guarantee on all sold out Green Bay Packers playoff tickets in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all NFL playoff tickets and Super Bowl ticketsThat means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save up to 25%.

How Much Are Green Bay Packers Playoff Tickets

  • Secondary market average asking price: $321
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $129

Tickets to this Green Bay Packers NFC Divisional game are trending as the cheapest for Divisional round game across the NFL. The priciest Divisional game will be at Levi's Stadium when the 49ers host the Minnesota Vikings. The average price for that game is currently $547 per ticket. 

If the average asking price holds, it will be just 7% less expensive to see the Divisional game at Lambeau Field than a regular-season game, which cost fans an average of $344.

On the secondary market, TicketIQ has seats with its Low Price Guarantee starting at $129 for 400 level SRO tickets. Among the other seats available at Lambeau Field are 300-Level end-zone seats starting at $156, Club Seats starting at $271 in Section 403 on the corner, and 50-yard line field-level seats for between $831 in Section 419, Row 7 on the visitors side.  Lower Level seats start at $155 and go as high as $4,296 in Section 119 at the 50 yard line. 

Below is a screenshot of inventory on TicketIQ and get-in price by zone:

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Below is a list of prices for all their playoff games this decade.

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