NFL Ticket Information
The anticipation for the 2018-2019 season is building following the release of the full season schedule. The most popular league in the United States prepares to kick off on the first week of September with the Philadelphia Eagles looking to defend their first-ever Super Bowl title. With plenty of marquee matchups and teams infusing their rosters with new, young talent, the 2018 NFL season is sure to keep fans on the edge of their seats.
While many teams carry a stigma as being a “Big Ticket” team, there are other variables - such as newly acquired players and marquee matchups - that can impact a team's average ticket price as well. Two teams that experienced this in 2018 were the Los Angeles Chargers and Los Angeles Rams, who moved their franchises to Los Angeles from smaller markets and therefore saw a significant jump in ticket prices. If you are looking to get a great deal on some of the biggest games of the 2018 NFL season, buying early is always a good rule of thumb, as the demand and price is typically as low as it's going to be throughout the season.
Key matchups this year include many playoff repeats from last season, including rematches of both the NFC and AFC Championships, where you can see Minnesota Vikings vs Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots vs Jacksonville Jaguars. Another big matchup - one that we have only seen once before - will focus on the quarterbacks, as Aaron Rodgers will take on Tom Brady in Green Bay Packers vs New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium. Other top matchups of the 2018 NFL schedule include Philadelphia Eagles vs Los Angeles Rams, New Orleans Saints vs Minnesota Vikings, Dallas Cowboys vs Houston Texans and Los Angeles Chargers vs Los Angeles Rams.