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Where To Buy Cheap NFL Tickets?

Between the ticket price, parking, and stadium merchandise, being a football fan is expensive. To make matters worse, popular online ticket retailers such as TicketMaster, StubHub, and NFL Ticket Exchange charge customers additional service fees on top of the base ticket price. Ticket Monster offers customers the best value on the web with zero additional fees and free shipping. TicketMonster.com sells tickets to all the NFL events including the NFL draft, NFL Preseason, NFL Pro Bowl, and of course the Super Bowl.

NFL Ticket Prices 2014

NFL teams consider a variety of factors when determining their ticket-price strategy. These factors include team performance as well as average income and population of the metropolitan area. Arguably the most important ticket price factor is the presence of star players. For example, the Denver Broncos presence at away games increases the home team's ticket prices significantly. Prior to Peyton Manning's signing with the Broncos, the Broncos had a negative impact on away game ticket prices.

The 2014 NFL average ticket price was $81.14. Check out the chart below for your favorite team's average face value ticket price compared to the league average or other NFL teams.

Chart of average ticket price to an NFL game in 2013, broken down by team

Data collected from Team Marketing Report in September 2013. Data reflects primary ticket marketplace prices.

Purchasing NFL tickets from the secondary marketplace is a great option to consider especially when making last minute purchases or when the tickets are in high demand. Ticket Monster compiled the median NFL ticket prices in the secondary market for the 2013-2014 NFL season below.

Table of average ticket price of NFL game ticket for 2013, broken down by football team

Data compiled by Ticket Monster in February 2014. Data reflects secondary ticket marketplace prices.

2014 NFL Ticket Prices vs. 2013 NFL Ticket Prices

NFL ticket prices for the 2014 season increased by 3% from the previous season. According to data compiled by Team Marketing Report, the 2014 average face value NFL ticket price was $81.54 compared to the 2013 average price of $79.06.

The Arizona Cardinals had the greatest increase in face value ticket prices from last season. The average Cardinals ticket price increased by 17% to a price of $79.56 for the 2014 season. The NFL team with the largest decrease in average ticket price from last season are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Buccaneers average ticket price dropped 14.6% to a price of $63.59. Only three other NFL teams had a decrease in average ticket price from last season: the New York Jets (6.5% decrease), the Buffalo Bills (1.1% decrease), and the Cincinnati Bengals (0.1% decrease).

The chart below displays a team-by-team breakdown of the percentage change in face value ticket prices from the 2013 NFL season to the 2014 NFL season.

Breakdown of ticket change between 2013 and 2014 NFL seasons

Data reflects percentage change of each team's average face value ticket price in the primary ticket marketplace.

Data collected from Team Marketing Report in September 2013.

NFL Attendance

NFL average home game attendance increased slightly by 1% from the 2012 season to the 2013 season. The 2013 NFL average home game attendance was 68,339. Check out the chart below to compare your favorite team's home game attendance to the average home game attendance or other NFL teams.

Graph of home game attendance for 2013 NFL home games

Data collected from 2013 ESPN Attendance Report.

NFL Ticket Sales

Ticket Monster compiled data from the 2013 NFL total sales volume into the chart below. The Chicago Bears brought in the highest revenue from ticket sales (nearly $16 million) last season.

Table showing total ticket revenue for each NFL team in 2013

Data compiled by Ticket Monster in February 2014. Data reflects secondary ticket marketplace prices.