Which NFL tickets are the cheapest?

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The NFL is one of the world’s most distinguished and immensely popular sporting leagues thanks to its mass fan support and overwhelming number of star athletes that present a great viewing for attending fans alongside the game-day amenities present at the various towering stadiums that each franchise plays at home to.

While the concept of attending an NFL game is often considered to be on most fans’ bucket list, some teams charge and extraordinary sum of prices for tickets and concessions that are often ridiculed by football fans no matter how good or bad the actual team can often be at times in terms of their position in the league standings.

Other teams offer a much more reasonable sum of ticket prices and listing which also includes organizations that are heavily involved in the postseason race and Superbowl championship contention.

You can still enjoy a tremendous game-day experience when watching some of the worst teams in the league that charge cheaper ticket prices compared to those that are competing for a championship and regularly charge a much high sum at their home stadium.

These are some of the cheapest destinations to catch a game ahead of the impending 2022/23 campaign:

TIAA Bank Field – Jacksonville Jaguars:

While many fans may find it difficult to point out any luxurious of attending a Jacksonville Jaguars game in 2022/23, given that the team has been rooted to the bottom of the standings in both wins and attendance numbers, they are among one of the more intriguing teams to keep a watchful eye on for the upcoming season.

With a unique gameday experience that is heightened by the outdoor swimming pools to cool off from the scorching Florida heat, as well as the chance to witness the development of their 2021 Number one Draft selection Quarterback Trevor Lawrence, there is still a lot to like about a Jags game alongside the cheap prices.

Paul Brown Stadium – Cincinnati Bengals:

Following on from their unexpected appearance at Superbowl LVI earlier this year, the Bengals front office and ownership may consider raising the prices for the upcoming season as they offered fans some of the league’s lowest asking ticket prices on average at $265 in 2021, a 166.7% increase from 2019.

However, fans should not stress to book their seats at Paul Brown stadium, as the Bengals remain as one of the very best of the best in the NFL and are already clear favorites in the NFL week 1 odds when they take on the Pittsburgh Steelers at -285 to win via money line odds on DraftKings.    

NRG Stadium – Houston Texans:

Alongside their AFC South division rivals, the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Texans have remained as one of the league’s weaker teams since entering the NFL in 2002, marking this club as the league’s latest expansion team.

While many may not sight any sort of an interest to visit NRG Stadium to catch a Texans game, there is still a lot to like given the rowdy fanbase, developing young core and the experience of visiting a stadium that hosted Superbowl LI only five years ago.

Highmark Stadium – Buffalo Bills:

The Bills are now under new ownership and despite prior rumors of a potential relocation, they will remain in Buffalo and will soon be moving to a new state-of-the-art stadium, which has come at the perfect time given that the Bills are among the top contenders in the league this season.

Even with a rather outdated stadium, there are plenty of reasons to catch a Bills game given the amazing tailgating party’s that the fans provide as well as the chance to witness their superstar caliber Quarterback Josh Allen who is already ranked amongst the league’s premier names.

Ford Field – Detroit Lions:

Much like the Jags and Texans, the Lions have remained as one of the worst teams in the league and have consistently ranked dead last in numerous categories when discussing winning results.

However, for the first time in what appears to be forever, the Lions actually have an exciting young core that includes their highly anticipated second overall Draft pick in this year’s class, Michigan star and native Aidan Hutchinson, as well as always sporting some of the country’s most loyal and immensely passionate fanbases that can make for great engagement and atmosphere on any given home gameday.

Alongside these teams listed above, here are a few other destinations that offer cheaper NFL tickets:

FedEx Field (Washington Commanders), MetLife Stadium (New York Jets & Giants), State Farm Stadium (Arizona Cardinals), US Bank Stadium (Minnesota Vikings) and Hard Rock Stadium (Miami Dolphins).

Of course there are other major teams that charge more money for tickets that you should definitely consider watching this season such as the LA Rams & Chargers, Las Vegas Raiders, Dallas Cowboys and Denver Broncos among others.

Watching an NFL team in an elite market and of great stature can often come with a heavy cost on ticket and concession prices, yet there is still a lot to enjoy from teams that offer much lower prices as they are still very often dwell on great fan support and providing a unique gameday experience for any eager sports fanatic.

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