Tickets for all four 2016 divisional playoff games are sold out, but seats can still be purchased on the secondary ticket market. Tickets for every contest are in high demand with NFL teams just two wins away from reaching Super Bowl 50.
The New England Patriots, Arizona Cardinals, Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos are all scheduled to play home games this weekend. Seeing the games in person won’t be cheap, as a few of the league’s most popular teams compete in the second round.
Below is a look at what it costs to purchase tickets on the secondary market to this weekend’s NFL games, via TiqIQ.
Kansas City Chiefs at New England Patriots
There aren’t any cheap tickets available on the secondary ticket market for this contest. The least expensive seats are going for $207 each, and the highest-priced ticket is listed at just under $2,800. No 200-level seats are going for less than $425 to see the Patriots play at Gillette Stadium. New England lost just one game at home this season, and it was their only meaningful home loss in three years.
Green Bay Packers at Arizona Cardinals
Tickets to Saturday’s game can be had for as little as $128, and plenty of 400-level seats are being priced at less than $150. Fans will have to pay just over $1,500 to buy the most expensive tickets available, and if the regular season is any indication, the Packers will be well-represented in Arizona this weekend. Cardinals fans have been criticized this year for selling their tickets to fans of visiting teams, hurting Arizona’s home-field advantage.
Seattle Seahawks at Carolina Panthers
The Seahawks are known for having some of the best fans in the NFL, but they’ll have to travel a long way to support Seattle on Sunday. The cheapest tickets in Carolina can be had for $209, and the best seats are listed for more than $5,500. The best deals can be found in the 100-level section, where some tickets range from $638-$750.
Pittsburgh Steelers at Denver Broncos
Tickets for the final game of the weekend range from $186 to $4,140. The best deals can be found in the 300-section, where some fans can sit for around $350. The Broncos went 6-2 at home this season, while Pittsburgh went 4-4 on the road.