Free or “affordable” tickets for games are still a rarity, especially for the NFL’s marquee event, the Super Bowl.
The most expensive tickets for a home game go for $9,000.
That means the cheapest ticket for a game in January at Arrowhead Stadium cost $8,500, according to the NFL.
In February at Levi’s Stadium, the cheapest seats at Levi (now called the Levi’s) cost $7,500.
It’s possible that some stadiums have higher prices for the same games, but not many, according the Associated Press.
Here’s what to look for.
What is a “free” or “discount” ticket?
In general, tickets for non-conference games cost the same as a ticket for the first game.
That doesn’t mean you’ll get a better deal on a free ticket, though.
The NFL allows teams to give away a portion of the game ticket prices in exchange for having the team play the other team, so a “discreet discount” or free ticket can work for a small group of people.
But most teams do this on the weekend.
Here are the types of tickets that teams sell at discounted prices: A “free ticket” for a weekend game: The cheapest ticket at an NFL stadium is a free “game-day” ticket.
The price is a small discount.
It is usually between $5 and $7.
This is the cheapest way to get into an NFL game.