A new era for the Cleveland Browns begins this Sunday as Rob Chudzinski begins his career as head coach with a matchup against the Miami Dolphins. The Browns have defeated the Dolphins the last four times they’ve met, so Chudzinski will look to make it five in a row. And the fans sitting in the stands of FirstEnergy Stadium will certainly enjoy a victory as well, since they’ll be paying more for this game than any other this season.
While the average ticket price for Cleveland Browns tickets this weekend ($121.61) is less than three other home games over the course of the season, the get-in price is the highest at $58. The next highest get-in price over the course of the season is $50 against Pittsburgh on November 24th. All other games are below $40, including a $9 get-in when Jacksonville visits on December 1st.
Since the game is only a few days away, the average ticket price for Browns vs. Dolphins has fallen 21% over the past week. Yet the get-in price has remained relatively high. The reasoning? Many of the “better seating” (lower level, club, and upper deck between the 40’s) have seen some significant price drops as brokers who originally priced well above face value, look to sell their remaining tickets. For example, tickets in the 500 level center sections have dropped 37% over the past week, but all other tickets in the 500 level have only seen a 10% drop. In addition, tickets in the 100 level center and red zone have seen 20-25% drops in prices.
Our best recommendations for tickets this weekend is don’t settle for the cheapest options, but dig into some of the seating that is generally more expensive. You may be able to unearth some bargains in the center sections, as well as the lower level that are only a little bit more expensive than the overall cheapest listings.
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