The Most (and Least) Expensive NFL Teams to See Before the Playoffs

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27. New York Jets
> Avg. remaining home ticket price: $124
> Avg. home game price through wk. 13: $163
> Current record: 5-7
> Avg. 2017 home attendance: 61,689 (94.0% capacity)

They say New York tends to be more expensive, but that’s not always true — especially when it comes to Jets tickets. The cost of going to a Jets game dropped nearly 24% from the Jets’ first seven home games to $124 for the team’s home finale.

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26. Jacksonville Jaguars
> Avg. remaining home ticket price: $124
> Avg. home game price through wk. 13: $108
> Current record: 8-4
> Avg. 2017 home attendance: 66,584 (89.5% capacity)

Though Jacksonville is generally one of the cheapest places to catch an NFL game, Jaguars tickets are going up in price. The surprising Jags are 8-4, tied with the Titans for first place in the AFC South. Jacksonville will host the banged-up Seahawks and Texans for the team’s final two home games ahead of what could be the Jaguars first playoff appearance in a decade.

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25. Tennessee Titans
> Avg. remaining home ticket price: $143
> Avg. home game price through wk. 13: $168
> Current record: 8-4
> Avg. 2017 home attendance: 63,436 (96.3% capacity)

Though the Titans are 8-4, the team is still in the bottom half of the league in home attendance percentage. Even though Tennessee’s two final home games are against two potential playoff teams — the Rams and Jaguars — prices for Titans tickets have dropped from $168 for the first six home games to $143 for the last two.

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24. Baltimore Ravens
> Avg. remaining home ticket price: $148
> Avg. home game price through wk. 13: $156
> Current record: 7-5
> Avg. 2017 home attendance: 64,450 (99.4% capacity)

What initially looked like it could be a disappointing season in Baltimore has turned around dramatically. The Ravens (7-5) are in the playoff hunt after winning their last three games. If they continue their winning ways, it could push ticket prices up for Baltimore’s two final home games in weeks 16 against the Colts and week 17 against the Bengals. They are favored in both games.

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23. Washington Redskins
> Avg. remaining home ticket price: $151
> Avg. home game price through wk. 13: $164
> Current record: 5-7
> Avg. 2017 home attendance: 75,592 (83.1% capacity)

The Washington Redskins (5-7) are outside of the NFC playoff picture, and their two remaining home games are nothing to write home about. Washington will face off against the 5-7 Cardinals and the 3-9 Broncos. Though those could be winnable games, Washington may be too far behind other NFC teams for it to matter.