Who says you can’t see an NFL game cheap?
posted at 2:46 pm on November 28, 2012 by Ed Morrissey
OK, OK, I have to admit using a flexible assumption in the headline. Does a Jets-Cardinals game count as professional football? If so, the Jets have a deal for you — in fact, about 7700 of them:
Who says that it costs an arm and a leg to attend an NFL game?
Well, it usually does, but that’s not the case for this weekend’s game at MetLife Stadium.
Gang Green, coming off an embarrassing defeat to the Patriots on Thanksgiving night, is hosting the lowly Cardinals on Sunday in their second-to-last home game of the season, barring an improbable run to the playoffs.
How much will it cost you,the fan, to attend this game?
As of Wednesday morning, tickets were selling for as low as $18 on StubHub, and 7,770 tickets were still available.
Call now to make sure you get your tickets! Or tomorrow. Or Friday. Or …
I kid, of course, but this is the free market at work. If you win games, you sell tickets. If not, well … you won’t even clear for local broadcast. As a former LA Rams fan, I know exactly how that works.
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