Falcons fan (as a pharaoh?)

The Atlanta Falcons will host the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC Divisional round on Saturday to determine who advances to the NFC Championship against either Green Bay or Dallas. With less than a week to go until the Divisional round matchup, there are still tickets available for the game in Atlanta for a reasonable price.

The Divisional round game between the Falcons and Seahawks is the first of four to be played this upcoming weekend and will kickoff at 4:35 PM EST on Saturday from the Georgia Dome on FOX. Despite the importance of the game and how soon it is, fans can visit a multitude of different ticket websites to grab seats for low prices.

On Ticketmaster, the cheapest seat is only $142 (though granted, its in the top deck). The most expensive ticket is $1,666.66, and it’s right at the 50-yard line in the lower seating bowl.

As recently as Monday, tickets could be purchased for even cheaper. According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, on Monday, tickets from $75 to $800 were available all throughout the stadium via the team’s website.

On StubHub as of 12:20 PM EST on Tuesday, the cheapest ticket available is $132.00 and it’s in the top deck in one corner of the end zone. The most expensive ticket on the website is $999,999.00, but that’s likely a joke. Instead, the more reasonable price is probably a suite level ticket for $7,500 or a Super Suite for $7,500. Now, $7,500 is still expensive, but it’s more realistic than someone paying nearly $1 million.

On all the various ticketing websites, there are thousands of tickets available, but it’s highly unlikely that will mean there are thousands of empty seats. Some of the people selling could choose to go and not sell their seats.

The Falcons and Seahawks faced off in Seattle back on October 16th, and the Seahawks won 26-24. Atlanta led late 24-23, but Seattle intercepted Matt Ryan late, which led to the game-winning field goal.

[Atlanta Journal-Constitution]

About David Lauterbach

David is a writer for The Comeback. He enjoyed two Men's Basketball Final Four trips for Syracuse before graduating in 2016. If The Office or Game of Thrones is on TV, David will be watching.