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Raiders fans hitting secondary market for playoff tickets

With the Raiders’ first playoff game since 2016 on Saturday, it’s becoming clear that some part of Raider Nation will invade Cincinnati to take in the moment.

No-fee secondary ticket market TickPick’s data reveals that 11 percent of tickets purchased for the Bengals-Raiders game at Paul Brown Stadium derive from a Nevada or California zip code. That would suggest Raiders fans from their new home in Sin City and their former home state, California, are making the cross-country trip to watch the game.

For reference, TickPick data for the Los Angeles Rams-Arizona Cardinals NFC wild-card matchup reveals 8 percent of fans buying tickets are from an Arizona zip code.

The Raiders-Bengals game is the third most expensive game on the secondary market with an average purchase price of $240, up from $228 on Tuesday. The cheapest price for a ticket on TickPick on Friday was $178.

Here are the average purchase and cheapest ticket prices for the other wild card games this weekend (as of Friday morning), from most expensive to the cheapest average price:

Tampa Bay Buccaneers-Philadelphia Eagles:

Average purchase price: $352; cheapest price: $179.

Dallas Cowboys-San Francisco 49ers:

Average purchase price: $287; cheapest price: $167.

Bengals-Raiders:

Average purchase price: $240; cheapest price: $178.

Kansas City Chiefs-Pittsburgh Steelers:

Average purchase price: $227; cheapest price: $95.

Los Angeles Rams-Arizona Cardinals:

Average purchase price: $177; cheapest price: $89.

Buffalo Bills-New England Patriots:

Average purchase price: $138; cheapest price: $54.

Contact Mick Akers at [email protected] or 702-387-2920. Follow @mickakers on Twitter.



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