Over the past two seasons there has not been a more dominant team than the Seattle Seahawks who, with Russell Wilson leading the way, have won 24 games in that time. This week the Seattle Seahawks host the New Orleans Saints in the Divisional round of the playoffs where tickets are currently averaging $436, the second priciest game of the week. Seahawks playoff tickets are up 30% from their regular season average of $335 for this game.
While Seattle made the playoffs last season this week will be the team’s first home playoff game since 2009 where they also played the Saints where tickets for that playoff game averaged only $151, for a difference of $285 between the two games. You might remember that game as Marshawn Lynch’s coming out party where he went “Beast Mode” on the entire New Orleans defense running over 8 players en route to a 67 yard touchdown to seal the victory for Seattle.
Its no secret that CenturyLink Field in Seattle is one of the toughest places to play in all of the NFL as they set a world record for loudest crowd ever this season there which coincidentally was against the Saints. These two team played once this season already in Week 13 at CenturyLink when the ‘Hawks put a beatdown on the Saints on Monday Night Football winning the game 34-7 and racking up over 425 yards of offense. New Orleans will everything in their power to make sure they don’t get embarrassed with Rob Ryan will making some adjustments to the #4 defense in the league this time around.
Seahawks fans looking for other less expensive options can find some tickets still available going for less than half of the average of this game and can get-in to this game for as low as $193 after tickets trended down by 21% in the past week.