As the fans at the stadium look more and more like reality this season, the prices of Las Vegas Raiders playing cards are rising.
The raiders have five of the seven most sought-after games of the 2021 NFL season.
Las Vegas’ season opening game against the Baltimore Ravens on Monday evening September 13th costs an average of $ 944 per ticket in the secondary market.
The Raiders, which host the Kansas City Chiefs on Nov. 14, are just behind with an average of $ 823 per ticket.
Allegiant Airlines, the sponsor of the Allegiant Stadium naming rights, is in high demand Chiefs fans are offering special round-trip tickets to watch the rivalry game on November 14th. The flight leaves Kansas City International Airport on November 12th and returns on November 15th.
Additionally, the Raiders against the Philadelphia Eagles averaged $ 673 per ticket on October 24, while the Raiders against the Chicago Bears averaged $ 654 per ticket on October 10.
The Raiders’ home game against the Miami Dolphins on September 26th costs an average of $ 600 per pop.
Alongside the secondary market, the demand for tickets is the return of quarterback Tom Brady to play against his former longtime New England Patriots. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Patriots game on October 3 currently has an average price of $ 1,376 per ticket.
With that in mind, it should come as no surprise that Raiders tickets are in demand. After all, they call the sin city their home.
“To me, that means we have to win games if we want them to keep coming back,” Raiders owner Mark Davis told ESPN.com.
“We are in the sports and entertainment capital of the world. It is our opening season 2.0 and we have a beautiful stadium that is also a draw.”
“We want to make everything safe, so we go with the health authorities – local, league, state, and national. But to think of 65,000 fans in the stadium, we came here. I’m looking forward to that.”
Note that Davis didn’t play any home games last season as he refused to play games at Allegiant Stadium until the stadium was open to all Raiders fans, regardless of how much the ticket cost.
So, Raider Nation. Grab your tickets now because prices should only go up as the season approaches.
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