Giants & Patriots Clash in Most Expensive Game of Week 10

The scorched earth campaign continues on Sunday for the New England Patriots, who look to claim the New York Giants as their latest victim at MetLife Stadium. At 7-0, the Patriots are one of four unbeaten teams entering Week 9. Their presence in the Meadowlands this weekend is generating massive ticket demand on the secondary market, making the Super Bowl XLVI rematch the most expensive game of the week. According to TiqIQ, the average price for Giants vs Patriots tickets is currently $612.11, 80.9% above the Giants’ season average of $338.26, with a get-in price of $226. It will be the second most expensive remaining game this season for the Patriots, whose November 29 game against the Denver Broncos at Sports Authority Field is averaging a $797.68 ticket and $328 get-in price. For those still planning their trip to the Meadowlands this weekend, plenty of hotel options still exist on New York City hotels on Hipmunk start for as low as $85 per night while Airbnb listings can be found starting at $95 each night. Flights to New York City are also available from anywhere in the world on Hipmunk. The battle between Tom Brady and Eli Manning isn’t the only matchup between marquee quarterbacks this weekend. Aaron Rodgers will meet Matthew Stafford at Lambeau Field when the Green Bay Packers host the Detroit Lions Sunday. The average secondary market price for Packers vs Lions tickets is $380.13 and the cheapest ticket is listed for $191. After starting their season at 6-0 the Packers return home on a two-game losing streak hoping to rebound against a 1-7 Lions team. The Denver Broncos will host the Kansas City Chiefs at Sports Authority Field in the third most expensive game this week. The Broncos have posted a 7-1 record despite the poor play of Peyton Manning, who will look to remedy his season against a Chiefs team that has gone just 3-5 over the first nine weeks of the season. Broncos vs Chiefs tickets currently average $361.71 and the get-in price is $142. The Seattle Seahawks haven’t played like defending NFC champions, but ticket prices still remain high at CenturyLink Field. The Arizona Cardinals will travel to the land of the 12th Man Sunday, and the average secondary market price for Seahawks vs Cardinals tickets is $335.65. The cheapest ticket is currently $156. Both teams enter the Week 10 game on a two-game win streak. While the Seahawks sit at dead-even at 4-4, a win Sunday would cut the Cardinals’ NFC West lead to just one game.

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