VIDEO: Dallas Cowboys Loss In NFL Playoffs Causes Super Bowl Ticket Prices To Fall
By FOX NEWS // January 17, 2017
prices plummet as much as 25 percent per ticket
ABOVE VIDEO: Jerry Jones comments after the Dallas Cowboys loss to the Green Bay Packers in the NFL playoffs on Sunday.
(FOX News) – Fans interested in buying tickets to Super Bowl LI in Houston, Texas next month are in for a substantial discount now that Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys are eliminated from the NFL playoffs.
The “get-in price” for the cheapest available seat at Super Bowl LI fell by approximately $1,000 (to $3,755) after the Cowboys, one of the NFL’s most popular franchises, lost to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday in the NFC Divisional playoffs.
As of Monday morning, the average listed ticket price stood at $4,603 – a 25 percent decrease from $6,109 last Friday, according to SeatGeek data.
The elimination of the Houston Texans, whose home field NRG Stadium will host the Super Bowl, also factored into the decline.
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