By Falcons Wire
A 49 percent drop in ticket prices might seem like a bad thing, but if you’re an Atlanta Falcons fan, it’s an opportunity. The Falcons return the guts of a team that went 10-6 in 2017 and got to the Super Bowl just two seasons ago, so while the current $231 average asking price for a 2018 ticket is low compared to last season’s $419 average, it is the second-most expensive on the secondary market since TicketIQ.com began tracking data in 2011.
Falcons season tickets are available through the team and season ticket holders are entitled to priority parking access, playoff ticket access and free NFL Red Zone on mobile devices. Single-game tickets are available on the secondary market through Ticketmaster’s NFL Exchange and TicketIQ.com.
The biggest draw this season will be the Dallas Cowboys, a rivalry that dates back more than 50 years, though between 1966-85, the teams only played in the postseason. Since 1985, the teams have played 19 times during the regular season and the Falcons have won the last three. The current average asking price for the November 18 game is $392, with a get-in price of $175. The next most expensive game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium is the October 22 Giants game, which has an average asking price of $280....