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Giants Host Jets For Most Expensive NFL Week 13 Matchup On Secondary Market

The most expensive game in Week 13 of the NFL on the secondary market is tickets to see the New York Giants play their instate rival New York Jets at MetLife Stadium on Sunday, December 6th.

Along with the obvious local rivalry, it is a very critical game for each team at this point in the season as they both are smack in the middle of playoff races in their respective conferences. Currently, the Giants (5-6) are tied with the Washington Redskins atop the NFC East division but trail in the head-to-head tiebreak as the Giants lost at Washington last week. The Jets have six wins, the same amount as the Kansas City Chiefs, Houston Texans and Pittsburgh Steelers, teams that they’ll be battling with until the end of the season.

On the secondary market according to, Giants vs. Jets tickets have an average price of $432.49 with a get-in price of $164. It is over $100 more than the second most expensive game, which is currently the game between the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles at Gillette Stadium that has an average price of $301.95 and a get-in price of $134.

Even with it being the most expensive game, the average ticket price has been dropping in the past two weeks. On November 22nd, the average ticket price was $543.74 and was around the same number on November 28th at $524.32. The following day it dropped below the $500 level and continued to fall to the $432.49 average price on Thursday, December 3rd. Parking at MetLife Stadium on starts from $33 to be within a half-mile of the stadium to chip into the total costs of attending the game.

The Jets season was teetering when they lost four in a five-game stretch, but they dominated the Miami Dolphins last Sunday en route to a 38-20 win. The Giants have lost three out of their last four games, but know they can perform like one of the top teams in the league like when they fell to the Patriots by one.

It is not yet known if Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis is suiting up for Sunday’s New York clash, as one of the most anticipated one-on-one matchups is between himself and Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.

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