With the release of the 2023 NFL schedule Thursday night, the annual feeding frenzy for tickets was set off. And according to data provided by Ticket Club, the Raiders, Cowboys, and Packers fans are hungry. Games in Las Vegas are selling at a faster rate than any other home field, while fans are clamoring to grab tickets to see the Cowboys as the largest road draw. Pittsburgh finds itself in the No. 2 spot in terms of team rankings in both categories.

According to the resale marketplace, the No. 1 selling contest so far on the season is an October 9 showdown in Las Vegas between the Raiders and Green Bay Packers. That game is seeing some high prices for consumers too – the “get-in” minimum right now on the site – which doesn’t charge its members service fees – is $429. The average ticket across the marketplace is seeing a $929 asking price.

Dallas figures in four of those Top 10 hot selling single games, with its visit to San Francisco on October 8 coming in at No. 2 and a trip to Arizona to play the Cardinals at No. 4 while two AT&T home games – September 18 against Aaron Rodgers and the New York Jets and November 12 against the division rival New York Giants coming on at No. 8 and 9, respectively.

The full rundown of the best-selling single games thus far is below. Notably, just one of the games takes place after Halloween, as fans seem to be scrambling primarily for the opening few weeks of the season so far.

NFL Top 10 Best-Selling Games 2023 Season

Data courtesy of Ticket Club. Ranked by total gross sales since NFL single-game tickets went on sale Thursday.

Game DATE Average Remaining Price “Get-In” Price
Green Bay Packers at Las Vegas Raiders Monday, October 9 $929 $429
Dallas Cowboys at San Francisco 49ers Sunday, October 8 $494 $287
Pittsburgh Steelers at Las Vegas Raiders Sunday, September 24 $588 $441
Dallas Cowboys at Arizona Cardinals Sunday, September 24 $355 $173
San Francisco 49ers at Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday, September 10 $329 $166
Chicago Bears at Kansas City Chiefs Sunday, September 24 $348 $237
Jacksonville Jaguars at Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday, October 29 $484 $96
New York Jets at Dallas Cowboys Sunday, September 17 $511 $89
New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys Sunday, November 12 $751 $118
NFL International Series:
Buffalo Bills vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
Sunday, October 8 $482 $294

Road draws are led – as is customary – by the Cowboys, who have seen nearly 15% of the total market thus far spent on games where they are the visiting team. The Steelers are the second-biggest road attraction with 10% of the market, followed closely by Green Bay (9%).

The least-compelling draw so far appears to the the Houston Texans, with the Chargers, Patriots, Cardinals and Rams all in the bottom of the barrel in terms of sales for games where they are the visitors at this early stage.

Best-Selling Road Teams

Data from Ticket Club. Ranked by percentage of total gross sales across the marketplace paid for games where they are the visiting team

Team % of Sales
Cowboys 14%
Steelers 10%
Packers 9%
Giants 6%
Bears 6%
Jets 6%
Jaguars 5%
Ravens 5%
Vikings 4%
Lions 4%
49ers 3%

For home games, Allegiant Stadium continues to be the hottest draw – or at least the building where high ticket prices aren’t causing fans to think twice before buying. The Raiders new home has seen just shy of 15% of the total market paid for games thus far, with Pittsburgh again second in the category with a hair shy of 10%. The Chargers (7.92%) are third, with San Francisco (7.27) and Dallas (6.9%) rounding out the Top 5. Tampa Bay, Detroit, New England, Cleveland and Minnesota are so far at the bottom of the scale in terms of sales for home games as a percentage of the marketplace.

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Best-Selling Home Teams

Data from Ticket Club. Ranked by percentage of total gross sales across the marketplace paid for games where they are the home team

Market % of Sales
Las Vegas 14.84%
Pittsburgh 9.88%
LA Chargers 7.92%
San Francisco 7.27%
Dallas 6.89%
Arizona 6.41%
Buffalo 5.15%
Denver 5.12%
Tennessee 3.90%
Kansas City 3.82%

Obviously this is just a quick snapshot of the ticket markets as the season hits its first big sales point for the upcoming year. There’s plenty of opportunities for fans to snag tickets at numerous ticket marketplaces as well as the primary box office for each club. Links to other places to shop are included below:

NFL Ticket Links

NFL Tickets at MEGASeats | 15% off use code TICKETNEWS
NFL Tickets at ScoreBig
NFL Tickets at SeatGeek
NFL Tickets at StubHub
NFL Tickets at Ticketmaster
NFL Tickets at Ticket Club | Free membership use code TICKETNEWS
NFL Tickets at Vivid Seats