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Packers-Bears Seeing Strong Demand On Secondary Ticket Market
Published January 18, 2011
TICKET TAKERS: On Long Island, Laura Albanese notes tickets for the AFC Championship Game “are selling for between $270 for upper level seats to up to $10,000,” and StubHub indicated that the average is “somewhere around $400 per person.” Ferrer said, “The prices are higher for the Bears and Packers because of the rivalry. We’ve seen a huge surge overnight. … Last week, the price for the NFC Championship Game was around $400 and now, it’s at around $700” (NEWSDAY, 1/18).