How Much are NFL Tickets in 2020?

One of the biggest questions any NFL fan has going into each year is: How much are NFL ticket prices this season? 

We at TickPick have provided all of the info you’ll need below in order to determine what prices you can expect to pay in order to see your favorite team play this season. Keep in mind that the prices reflect those set by sellers on TickPick in particular, which is the cheapest secondary marketplace of any ticket site, and the only one that charges absolutely no service fees.

Average Ticket Prices Per NFL Team

The following average ticket prices for NFL teams listed below are ranked by their 2019 prices, from most to least expensive.

Average Ticket Cost      
NFL Team 2017 2018 2019
New England Patriots $348 $355 $501
Chicago Bears $186 $246 $376
Green Bay Packers $226 $243 $243
New Orleans Saints $160 $216 $301
Denver Broncos $264 $196 $278
Seattle Seahawks $223 $236 $248
Philadelphia Eagles $199 $208 $256
Pittsburgh Steelers $201 $195 $221
Los Angeles Chargers $191 $157 $191
Washington Redskins $109 $131 $167
Dallas Cowboys $225 $141 $258
Cleveland Browns $62 $80 $190
Oakland Raiders $179 $145 $149
Kansas City Chiefs $90 $102 $209
Miami Dolphins $139 $104 $143
Detroit Lions $117 $108 $122
Houston Texans $123 $126 $145
Minnesota Vikings $156 $172 $187
San Francisco 49ers $98 $126 $178
Baltimore Ravens $105 $100 $129
Tennessee Titans $127 $185 $148
Atlanta Falcons $210 $136 $170
Tampa Bay Buccaneers $153 $151 $150
New York Jets $75 $88 $117
Cincinnati Bengals $70 $86 $114
Carolina Panthers $156 $169 $131
Arizona Cardinals $107 $82 $93
New York Giants $155 $137 $152
Los Angeles Rams $108 $119 $114
Jacksonville Jaguars $61 $113 $98
Indianapolis Colts $59 $107 $114
Buffalo Bills $86 $63 $105

The NFL Teams with the Most Expensive Tickets

1. New England Patriots

The most expensive NFL tickets in 2019 year were those for the New England Patriots, who have by far the most expensive tickets of any team, and with good reason, as they’ve won two of the last four Super Bowls, while playing in a third. Patriots fans know that there’s an excellent chance that their team is going to win when they play at home, and they were undefeated (9-0, including playoffs) at Gillette Stadium in 2018, and 6-3, including playoffs in 2019.

2. Chicago Bears

Bears fans have seen their team’s ticket prices steadily increase over each of the last two seasons, which aligns with their increase in competitiveness. This resulted in the team winning 12 games and an NFC North Division title in 2018, after finishing in fourth place (last) in the division in each of the previous four seasons.

3. Green Bay Packers

The Packers finished just behind their hated rival in Chicago in our team rankings for highest ticket prices, as the average ticket cost through this point of the year is $278 per ticket. Despite playing in by far the game’s smallest market, Green Bay fans pack out the legendary Lambeau Field to see their team play during every home game, and often pay top dollar to do so. As long as Aaron Rodgers is under center, this team should be a Super Bowl contender, and fans know it, which makes it an easier pill to swallow when paying up for seats.

The NFL Teams with the Cheapest Tickets

32. Buffalo Bills

Playing in one of the NFL’s smallest markets and still have yet to win a playoff game since 1995, though they came painfully close just this past postseason before falling to the Houston Texans in the Wild Card round.

This isn’t to say that Bills fans don’t show up and support their team when they play, as they actually have among the strongest attendance figures in terms of filling out their stadium. Buffalo certainly has the look of a real contender heading into 2020, so don’t be surprised to see their average ticket prices go up in the very near future.

31. Indianapolis Colts

Despite having a solid team, tickets for Colts games are just behind (or above, depending how you look at it) the Bills for the cheapest in the NFL. Fans seem to be catching on, however.

The price of Colts tickets were the cheapest of any NFL team in any of the past two seasons in 2017 – costing an average of $59 per ticket.

30. Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jaguars play in one of the NFL’s smallest markets and haven’t had much success in their recent history, qualifying for the playoffs just once in the last twelve seasons. These factors combine to help keep ticket costs low in Jacksonville, whose fans have their eyes set on a bounce-back year with their new franchise quarterback, late round find Gardner Minshew. Average ticket prices are considerably higher than they were during a poor 2017 season, which was the year before their surprising run to the AFC Championship Game.

If this team comes out strong to start the 2020 season, expect the prices to increase quickly, as this fan base comes out to support the team when they’re competitive.

NFL Ticket Price Updates for 2020

Some simple forecasting for teams whose fans should expect a bump in average ticket prices are the Los Angeles Rams, Los Angeles Chargers, and the Las Vegas Raiders, who are all moving into new stadiums for the 2020 season (The Rams will own SoFi Stadium, while renting it out to the Chargers, similar to how the New York Giants and Jets share Metlife Stadium. Both Los Angeles and Las Vegas are both glitzy markets that plenty of fans will travel to in order to experience the new and beautiful stadiums, so fans should expect to probably pay up for tickets to these glitzy new stadiums, at least in their first year.

How To Get Cheaper NFL Tickets

With high prices come high service fees with many marketplaces, but not TickPick. Here at TickPick, we have no service fees, making us your source for cheaper NFL tickets on the secondary market. If you haven’t used TickPick before, you can sign up with the link below for $10 off your first purchase. If you have any questions regarding NFL tickets, please feel free to submit a request here.

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