On the heels of a 7-9 season that saw the team lose its first six games, the New York Giants will enter the 2014 season with a chip on their shoulder and ever increasing expectations to win in a competitive NFC East division. If secondary market ticket prices are any indication of the team’s success on the field, however, the Giants are slated to return to their old form of recent years and dominate the East. As the upcoming season quickly approaches, the Giants own one of the highest season averages in the NFC, trailing just the 49ers, Bears and NFL-leading Seahawks. According to TiqIQ, the average price for New York Giants tickets this season is $316.59.
Below are the three most expensive home games, by average price, on the New York Giants schedule this season.
Week 12 vs Dallas Cowboys | Avg. Price: $358.09 | Get-in: $114
The Cowboys visit MetLife Stadium on November 23 in what will be the most expensive home game on the secondary market for the Giants this season. The average price for Giants vs Cowboys tickets is currently $358.09, 13.1% above the season average, with a get-in price of $114. The game will also be televised as part of Sunday Night Football, attracting a higher secondary price for broadcasting purposes and also serving as a mid-season divisional rivalry game.
Week 11 vs San Francisco 49ers | Avg. Price: $355.18 | Get-in: $123
The Giants will welcome the 49ers a week prior to their most expensive home game against the Cowboys. The average price for Giants vs 49ers tickets is $355.18 on the secondary market, 12.1% above the season average, with a get-in price of $123. The November 16 game is currently the second highest-priced home game on the Giants schedule as the perennial playoff 49ers are expected to have another big season.
Week 17 vs Philadelphia Eagles | Avg. Price: $332.41 | Get-in: $85
A divisional matchup with the Eagles serves as the third most expensive game on the secondary market for the Giants this season. The average secondary price for Giants vs Eagles tickets on December 28 is currently $332.41, 4.9% above the season average, with a get-in price of $85. With decreased expectations for both Dallas and Washington, it’s highly possible this game could have playoff implications during the last week of the regular season.