Will There Be Playoff Miracles at the New Meadowlands?
The New York Giants play their first ever playoff game in MetLife Stadium this Saturday, but prices are continuing to fall on the secondary market. With an average of $227.28 for home games this season, tickets to this NFC Wild Card Game are more 20.9% more expensive ($274.83 avg. ticket price). It is the most expensive home game this season, but only the third most expensive, behind road games against the New England Patriots ($329.12) and the Dallas Cowboys ($311.12).
|Saturday 1:00 PM||NFC Wild Card Playoffs - Atlanta Falcons at New York Giants Metlife Stadium – East Rutherford, NJ tickets from $49|
Once the Giants clinched the NFC East by beating the Cowboys on New Year’s Day, tickets spiked for the playoff game, reaching record heights on January 2nd ($338.22 avg. ticket price). It’s good news for fans who waited for the excitement to die down. Ticket prices has since steadily declined, with tickets on January 6th averaging 42.70% less than its peak price ($193.83 avg. ticket price).
Although prices are cheaper, it’s not because fans are purchasing standing room only tickets and upper level seats. During the price decline, 46.87% of tickets purchased are in the 100 Sections of MetLife Stadium.
The cheapest available ticket on SeatGeek also happens to be the best deal according to our DealScore technology – 4 tickets in Section 307 for $49 each. This is cheaper than the $88 standing room only ticket. There are even fourth row tickets in Section 110 available for $314 each.