IF you’re looking to buy NFL Divisional playoff tickets for next weekends games then today may be the best time to lock those in before prices go up. It all depends of course on who the opponents are but in some cases the opponent may cause ticket prices to go up by Sunday.
Take the case of the San Francisco 49ers. They could end up playing one of three teams, the Washington Redskins, Seattle Seahawks and Green Bay Packers. The Redskins will not likely heat up the game enough to get prices to rise and the Seahawks will bring just a little more interest but if the Packers beat the Vikings tomorrow night and move on to play the 49ers next weekend then expect ticket prices to go up by Sunday morning and ticket sales to spike.
The Denver Broncos and New England Patriots are in the same postion with the possibility of playing the Baltimore Ravens or Indianapolis Colts will create more interest than with the Cincinnati Bengals or Houston Texans.
The best deals for this weekends games are for the Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota game on Saturday with ticket prices running $110 and up per seat at this time. The Baltimore Ravens vs. Indianapolis Colts game prices are the only ones to have increased since yesterday with the cheapest tickets now at $182, up from $131 each.
Ticket prices for the NFL Divisional playoff games next weekend are not that far off from this weekends games with the Atlanta Falcons on the low end at just $85 and up while the Denver Broncos hold a slim lead over the San Francisco 49ers with ticket prices running $192 and up per seat.
Another reason to lock in NFL playoff tickets today will be that you can order by phone and guarantee you have the seats locked in rather than ordering online and waiting for a confirmation from a seller that may not be open all weekend. By the time they get back to you the tickets may already be sold or the prices may have gone up already.