Me, you and even other teams’ jackass fans, it appears.
Seat Geek, via CBS Sports, tells us that the Green Bay Packers are the NFL’s biggest road draw. They come to this conclusion by computing how much ticket prices rise for away teams on the secondary market.
And when the Packers are in another town, the ticket prices in that town increase by 57 percent over the team’s normal home game.
Here’s the breakdown, which probably has as much to do with fans of opposing teams wanting to see the Packers as it has to do with the fact that Green Bay travels well.
Love it that the Jack asses are last.
I tought, when Khan said the the London game against the packers won’t be because it would be like a home game for the packers it would be against any team. And so it seems. lol
Also nice to see Viks and Lions prices to go in the red too of course.
But then again it also shows why he made that move.Because it’s not about the price of the tickets, but the amount. Greedy bastard.
Yeah, look and the bandwagon Whiner fans bailing y/y.
That is sweet!