What’s more disappointing then watching your favorite NFL team lose? Watching them lose while at the stadium.
Luckily for diehard — but frugal — football fans, the secondary ticketing company TickPick took relevant data and found a way to find (well, pretty roughly) the most cost-effective tickets in the league if you want to watch your team win instead of wallow glumly in your expensive seats.
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TickPick calls the breakdown its “Cost Per Win” report. The company determined the relative cost-efficiency of watching your football team win in-person by considering the following factors: average ticket prices, projected win totals for the upcoming season and how teams fare at home. The average ticket prices are based only on TickPick sales. While it’s not a perfect science by any means, TickPick lists more than 500,000 NFL tickets per season for all 32 NFL teams, so we do have a solid sample size to mull the results. Read more…