Skins-Ravens Tickets Are Pricey

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Following a statement win in primetime over the defending Super Bowl champs, the Redskins try to improve to 7-6 Sunday at FedEx Field against the Ravens. Thanks to the arrival of Robert Griffin III, Redskins tickets have been in even higher demand than usual this season, and, at an average secondary market ticket of $371/ticket, this weekend’s “Beltway Bowl” is the Redskins’ second-most expensive home game this season.

In fact, it will cost $135/ticket just to get in the door at FedEx. Prices have jumped 26% this week alone and the $371 average price is 86% higher than the team’s regular season average ticket price. By comparison, tickets to this game are 68% more expensive than the average Ravens road game. It’s a matchup that holds major ramifications for both teams, and should easily live up to the hype and price tag.

If Washington continues their roll, they could potentially be sitting in first place in the NFC East by week’s end, while another loss for Baltimore could mean a loosening grip on the NFC North. With this, the demand for Redskins tickets will likely increase as the playoff push continues.

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