With the NFL’s Wild Card weekend behind us, only eight teams remain in the 2019 playoffs. Now that we officially know who will be playing in this weekend’s divisional round, tickets to the events are in high demand.
In particular, when the Dallas Cowboys and Los Angeles Rams play on Saturday, it will be the first time in over 30 years the two teams face off postseason. This means the demand for tickets to this game will be through the roof. For instance, divisional round price comparisons indicate a significant price markup to this game since tickets first went on sale in December.
Check out the prices for these games before we knew who the survivors of Wild Card weekend would be:
|Chiefs Vs. TBD||$110.95||$118|
|Rams Vs. TBD||$160.95||$175.82|
|Patriots Vs. TBD||$244.95||$272.58|
|Saints Vs. TBD||$316.95||$351.99|
Fast forward to ticket prices of the the most up-to-date divisional round games:
|Chiefs Vs. Colts||$141.95||$153.40|
|Rams Vs. Cowboys||$355.95||$388.99|
|Patriots Vs. Chargers||$228.00||$245.44|
|Saints Vs. Eagles||$220.95||$245.44|
Overall through price analysis, Zeromarkup still has the lowest prices for all this weekend’s divisional games. On average, the lowest get in price for a single ticket is around $247.51. Although there is not that much of a price difference comparing ZeroMarkup and Ticket Club, ZeroMarkup is slightly less expensive. ZeroMarkup currently has a single ticket listed for the Saints game at $220.95, while Ticket Club has one for $245.44. The price markup could make the difference between spending the extra $24 on your seat verses having the extra cash for parking or gas.