If there will be fans, it will be expensive to be one of them, especially for games featuring the Saints. According to TicketIQ, Saints prices on the secondary market have increased 48% from last year, with a 2020 average ticket price of $479.
This makes Saints tickets the eighth-most expensive tickets on the secondary market.
The most expensive tickets? The recently-relocated Las Vegas Raiders, with a 527% increase on the secondary market. Saints fans looking to travel to Vegas for the Raiders home opener, probably already knew this.
Saints is definitely the most in demand. Tickets in the high 800- mid 900 on game time (including fees) for 300-400 section seats pic.twitter.com/bblkGduvMV— Sledge Jr III (@eluscid) May 8, 2020
Combine the fascination with the New Orleans offense, the possibility this is Drew Brees’s final year, and the home opener for the Raiders in their brand new stadium in Las Vegas, and you can understand why tickets are so expensive.
If there are fans in NFL games this year - and that’s a big “if” - and you want to attend a Saints game this year, buy your tickets now, but you should probably pass on the Vegas game at this point.