Vikings' New Stadium Debut Tops Priciest Action For Upcoming Week 2 Slate

After an exciting Week 1 of action in the NFL, fans turn their attention to the upcoming Week 2, which is highlighted with some premium divisional games and home openers, including Packers at Vikings, Dolphins at Patriots, and Jets at Bills. In addition to these divisional affairs, some of the key primetime contests consist of high-profile matchups, specifically Indianapolis at Denver and Philadelphia at Chicago. An overview of the top Week 2 games, in terms of get-in ticket price, are presented below.

9/18 Green Bay @ Minnesota | U.S. Bank Stadium | Get-In: $265

The most expensive game in Week 2 will feature a NFC North battle between Green Bay and Minnesota. This will be the first official game at brand new U.S. Bank Stadium, so it’s understandable it ranks as the most expensive of the week, with the Vikings opening up their new venue opposite a longtime rival. Last season, Green Bay came to University of Minnesota Stadium and embarrassed Minnesota, 30-13. Minnesota will need to generate pressure on Aaron Rodgers in order to avenge that lopsided defeat, as well as figure out their quarterback situation. The club traded for Sam Bradford following the injury of Teddy Bridgewater, and it is most likely that he’ll be ready to make his team debut in this historic encounter. This could wind up as one of the most expensive games of the entire NFL season.

9/18 Miami @ New England | Gillette Stadium | Get-In: $168

After tough road games in Week 1, Miami and New England will travel back to the East Coast for an AFC East clash. Jimmy Garoppolo is seeking a strong first home start at Gillette Stadium, while Miami will look to pull off the upset after almost doing just that in Seattle in the season opener. Thus, the Dolphins are definitely capable of sneaking out of Gillette Stadium with a victory if the Patriots aren’t too careful. The get-in ticket price for Miami vs. New England Patriots tickets start at $168 on Razorgator.

9/19 Philadelphia @ Chicago | Soldier Field | Get-In: $146

The Chicago Bears will play their first game at Soldier Field on Monday Night Football. Chicago will welcome a Philadelphia team that will start rookie quarterback, Carson Wentz in his first road game. These two teams have not played since 2013, but Philadelphia has won two of the last three match-ups. A lot of the key players have changed, but expect a physical game between these two teams. The get-in ticket price for this game is $146.

9/18 Indianapolis @ Denver | Sports Authority Stadium | Get-In: $130

After a thrilling Week 1 victory over the Carolina Panthers, Denver is seeking a second straight home victory over a potential playoff team. Thanks to a strong defensive effort In Week 1, Denver defeated Carolina, 21-20. Denver sacked Cam Newton three times and forced one interception. On offense, C.J. Anderson rushed for 92 yards and one touchdown. Denver will need a big defensive effort against a Colts team that has won two straight games against them. Fans that want to attend this game should check out Razorgator, where Colts vs. Broncos tickets start at $130. In addition, to help save on the costs of getting to the game, fans can find cheap parking for Sports Authority Field at Mile High on

9/18 Seattle @ Los Angeles | Los Angeles Coliseum | Get-In: $130

The Los Angeles Rams will play their first home game on Sunday, September 18, against the division rival Seattle Seahawks. Over the last two seasons, the Rams are 2-0 at home against Seattle, so fans are hoping for another win over their bitter NFC West rival. Fans should act quickly if they want to secure tickets for this matchup, as Seahawks vs. Rams tickets start at $130, which is one of their highest ticket prices this season.