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August 20, 2014 at 10:18 AM

Seahawks tickets remain a hot item

It should be no surprise that Seattle Seahawks tickets remain a hot item on the secondary market — all regular-season tickets were sold long ago.

But a report this week from Vivid Seats illustrates anew the popularity of the Seahawks.

According to a press release from the company: “The Seahawks currently have the 2nd-highest ticket price in the league with an average price of $405. Only the Chicago Bears have a higher average price at $405. The NFL Opener with Green Bay visiting Seattle is the 3rd-most expensive game of the 2014 Season overall, with a median ticket price of $476. The Hawks-49ers game in San Fran on Thanksgiving night is 2nd on his list at $478. The Super Bowl rematch when Denver comes to town in Week 3 is 6th at $425.  The defending champs are the 8th-most popular road draw, increasing >median ticket prices, on average, by 19.3%, as the visiting opponent.”

The company also reports that Seattle is the eighth best road draw in the NFL, with tickets for Seahawks road games running an average of 19.3 percent above face value. The biggest draw is at San Francisco (+44.7%), while the smallest draw is at Carolina (-3.8%).  Peyton Manning and Tom Brady matchup is commanding the highest ticket prices for the upcoming 2014 football season ($495) with a get in price of $173. San Francisco is hosting 2 of the 5 most expensive games of the upcoming season. Seattle at San Francisco ranks second ($478).

Here’s a list of the average ticket prices for the home games of NFL teams on the secondary market, according to Vivid Seats:

Average Ticket Prices

1) Chicago ($428)

2) Seattle ($405)

3) San Francisco ($377)

4) New England ($376)

5) Denver ($337)

6) New York Giants ($275)

7) Dallas ($274)

8) Green Bay ($268)

9) New Orleans ($256)

10) Pittsburgh ($236)

11) Philadelphia ($215)

12) Houston ($213)

13) Baltimore ($199)

14) Washington ($187)

15) Carolina ($185)

16) New York Jets ($182)

17) San Diego ($181)

18) Miami ($169)

19) Atlanta ($160)

20) Tennessee ($154)

21) Arizona ($153)

T22) Indianapolis ($151)

T22) Minnesota ($151)

24) Jacksonville ($145)

25) Detroit ($144)

26) Oakland ($138)

27) Tampa Bay ($134)

28) Cincinnati ($132)

T29) Cleveland ($130)

T29) Kansas City ($130)

31) St. Louis ($126)

32) Buffalo ($123)

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