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January 7, 2013 at 9:37 AM

$3,000 for a choice seat at next Seahawks playoff game

Got a spare $3,000?

That could put you in a 16th-row seat on the 40-yard line of the Georgia Dome Sunday as the Seahawks take the next step in the NFL playoffs.

This morning, the NFL’s authorized ticket site, nfl.com/ticketexchange,  listed 7,500 seats available for the Seahawks game against the Atlanta Falcons. The cheapest seats, $80, were on the stadium’s highest level, up from a corner of the end zone.

Meanwhile, another online ticket service, stubhub.com, showed more than 11,000 seats available, from $77 to $1,000.

Of course, you’ll have to get yourself to Atlanta.  Priceline.com today showed a variety of round-trip flights between $548 and $700, traveling to Atlanta on Saturday and back next Monday — and a  package flight-and-economy car deal for $476.

If the Seahawks win there, they’ll play the following weekend in the NFC Championship, at either Green Bay or San Francisco.

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