Tickets prices for the next three games, all on the road, are less expensive than two weeks ago. Prices for the two home games following the road trip are more than in August.
The cheapest of the five, and potentially the least expensive game this year, is Sunday, when the Packers travel to Landover, Maryland, to play Washington. The average of lowest prices at 10 secondary market sites was $64, down from $89 two weeks ago.
The Packers have a lot of good teams on their schedule this year, including some unexpected ones, such as the 4-2 Jets. However, the toughest will be the Bills, who defeated Kansas City on Sunday and who Green Bay will play in Buffalo on Oct. 30. Prices for that game have been high all year, but moderated a lot over the last two weeks, falling from $407 average get-in price to $335.
After Buffalo, the Packers will travel to Detroit. The Lions are 1-4 — they beat Washington, but New England clobbered them 29-0 on Oct. 9. Last week was Detroit's bye week.
The average get-in price on Monday was $125, down from $140 two weeks ago.
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