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The 2020 NFL regular season has come to an end and the playoffs here. Below, we will breakdown primary and secondary market ticket pricing and availability for each home team for the Wild Card and Divisional Rounds.

Also, be sure to check out our Super Bowl LIV buying guide.

Where To Buy 2020 NFL Playoff Tickets

Primary market tickets via Ticketmaster are limited or sold out for all teams in the NFL playoffs. Check out each team's summary for availability and pricing.

On the secondary market, TicketIQ will offer fans a Low Price Guarantee on all sold out NFL playoff tickets and Super Bowl ticketsThat means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save up to 25%. 

How Much Are NFL Playoff Tickets

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AFC Playoffs

Baltimore Ravens (1 Seed)

Winners of the AFC North, and the team the best record in the NFL, the Baltimore Ravens clinched the division, a first-round playoff bye, and home field throughout the AFC playoffs. Baltimore will host the lowest winning seed from the Wild-Card round in a Division game on January 11.

The Ravens won the AFC North last year, but were eliminated by the Los Angeles Chargers in the wild-card round. That playoff appearance was the Ravens’ first after a three-year drought. Baltimore last won it all in Super Bowl XLVII, beating San Francisco, 34-31 -- the second time this decade Baltimore won a Super Bowl. 

Where To Buy Ravens Playoff Tickets

Tickets for the Divisional game at M&T Bank Stadium are already available via Ticketmaster.

On the secondary market, TicketIQ has seats available through M&T Bank Stadium and offers fans a Low Price Guarantee on all sold out Baltimore Ravens playoff tickets.

How Much Are Baltimore Ravens Playoff Tickets

  • Secondary market average asking price (Divisional Game): $473
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket (Divisional Game): $229

The average price of a Ravens ticket on the secondary market is one of nine that will cost fans $473, but is among the cheapest in the NFL. The priciest ticket is currently $632 for a Patriots Wild Card round game, followed by $569 for a 49ers Divisional game. The cheapest is $337 for a Green Bay Packers home game. If the current average holds, a ticket to this year’s Divisional game will be the priciest for any Wild-Card or Divisional game in Baltimore this decade. The next highest cost fans $352 for a Divisional game against the Houston Texans in 2012, and the cheapest was last year’s Wild-Game against the Los Angeles Chargers, which settled at $320. Below is a screenshot of inventory and get-in price by zone for the Ravens divisional round game:

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If the Ravens advance to the AFC Championship, and play at home, the current average asking price for that game is $1,015 on the secondary market.

Kansas City Chiefs (2 Seed)

The Chiefs won theAFC West with an 12-4 record and are the No. 2 seed in the AFC. This will be the Chiefs fourth consecutive trip to the playoffs and they have won the AFC West every season since 2016. Last season, Kansas City took the New England Patriots to overtime in the AFC Championship before losing, 37-31. The Chiefs haven’t won or participated in a Super Bowl since 1969.

The Kansas City Chiefs will play a Divisional Round playoff game at Arrowhead Stadium on January 12.

Where To Buy Chiefs Playoff Tickets

Kansas City Chiefs post-season tickets went on sale to the general public Thursday, December 5 via primary market partner Ticketmaster and are now sold out. 

On the secondary market, TicketIQ has seats throughout Arrowhead Stadium offers fans a Low Price Guarantee on all sold out Kansas City Chiefs playoff tickets.

How Much Are Kansas City Chiefs Playoff Tickets

A ticket to the Divisional Round game at Arrowhead Stadium is trending at $375 on the secondary market, which is $130 more than fans paid on average to see a regular season game.  The $375 average would rank as the priciest of the decade at Arrowhead Stadium.

On the secondary market, fans can purchase tickets to the AFC playoffs. Tickets to that game start at $184 on the 300 Level in the end zone, and go up to $888 in Lower Midfield 101, Row 34 at the 50-yard line on the Titans side of the field. There are also myriad Club Sections still available, starting at $377 in Club Corner 238, Row 8. Club ticket holders get access to the 200 Club Level, which includes lounge access, early entry to the game, and premium food-and-beverage options.

Below is a screenshot of inventory on TicketIQ and get-in price by zone:

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New England Patriots (3 Seed)

The New England Patriots will make their ninth consecutive NFL post-season appearance on January 4th, when they host the Tennessee Titans in the AFC Wild Card round. 

Where To Buy New England Patriots Playoff Tickets

Primary market tickets to the New England Patriots AFC Division game are sold out, according to Ticketmaster. And should the Patriots advance and host the AFC Championship, tickets to that game are also already sold out on the primary market.

Fans wanting to get into the game will have to shop the secondary market, and TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on all sold out New England Patriots playoff tickets.

How Much Are New England Patriots Playoff Tickets

  • Secondary market average asking price: $632

  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $186

A ticket to see the Patriots host a Wild Card game is the priciest across the NFL, with a current average asking price of $632 on the secondary market. The next most expensive ticket in either the Wild Card or Divisional round is $569 to see San Francisco in a home NFC Divisional game.

Historically speaking, the average asking price is the highest for a Wild Card or Divisional round game at Gillette Stadium this decade. The cheapest game cost fans $266 in 2014 when the Patriots played the Colts. The Patriots have played in an AFC Divisional game every season since 2011.

TicketIQ has seats available throughout the stadium, starting at $186 in Upper 337 on the sideline overlooking the end zone. Those tickets come with the TicketIQ Low Price Guarantee, and the priciest ticket with the Guarantee is trending at $1,296 in Club CL29, Row 2 above the 20-yard line on the visitors’ side. The tickets closest to the action still remaining are in Section Lower 131, Row 1 behind the visitors’ bench for $1,693. 

Below is a screenshot of inventory on TicketIQ and get-in price by zone:

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Houston Texans (4 Seed)

The Houston Texans have clinched the AFC South title and the No. 4 seed in the AFC playoffs. They will host a Wild Card game against the Buffalo Bills on January 4. 

Where To Buy Houston Texans Playoff Tickets

Primary market tickets via Ticketmaster tickets to a Wild Card game are sold out, but should the Texans host the AFC Championship, Ticketmaster shows a limited number of seats still available.

On the secondary market, TicketIQ has inventory all over NRG Stadium and offers fan a Low Price Guarantees on all sold out Houston Texans playoff tickets.

How Much Are Houston Texans Playoff Tickets

The average asking price on the secondary market for a Houston Texans Wild Card game ticket is $269, which is up 33% from the regular-season average of $202. The average asking price is the cheapest across the NFL for any of the 4 Wild Card games. The cheapest ticket for a Texans Wild Card game is $111.

For the Wild Card game, TicketIQ has seats available throughout NRG Stadium for the Wild Card game, starting at $111 on the 600 Level. The best seat available in the stadium is trending at $1,217 and is located in Level 107, Row A at the 50-yard line behind the Texans bench. There are many seats remaining on field level at the 50-yard line on both sides of the field, and the cheapest is $376 in the same section, Row DD. End-zone seats are available on the 100 Level starting at $254. In addition, fans can buy access to the Churrascos Club for $95 and pair that with any seat. Below is a screenshot showing inventory on TicketIQ and get-in price by zone.

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Historically speaking, the average asking price for the Wild Card round is the second cheapest of the decade at NRG Stadium, according to TicketIQ. Only the 2017 Wild Card game against the Raiders, which settled at $230, cost fans less. The priciest Wild Card game cost fans $379 last season when the Texans played Indianapolis. 


NFC Playoffs

San Francisco 49ers (1 Seed)

San Francisco is making its first playoff appearance since 2013, and only its fourth since 2010. As a No. 1 seed, and they'll host the lowest remaining seed after the NFC Wild-Card games. The Divisional game at Levi's Stadium is set for January 11th. 

Where To Buy San Francisco 49ers Playoff Tickets

Primary market tickets are still available for the 49ers’ NFC Divisional game  via Ticketmaster. 

On the secondary market TicketIQ has inventory all over Levi's Stadium and offers fans a Low Price Guarantee on all sold out San Francisco 49ers playoff tickets.

How Much Are San Francisco 49ers Playoff Tickets

  • Secondary market average asking price: $569
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $261

The average asking price for a seat to the Divisional game is the second highest in the NFL, behind only $632 for a New England Patriots home game. The average is 97% higher than the $289 cost of a ticket to a regular-season ticket on the secondary market. 

On secondary ticket marketplace TicketIQ, the cheapest ticket gets fans a seat on the 400 Level above the visitors' sideline while the priciest ticket remaining is trending at $16,155 in Level 121, Row 1 between the 10-yard line and the end zone. 200-Level seats start at $374 on the corner, and the only field-level 50-yard seats still remaining are in Club C115 on the visitors side starting at $1,811 in Row 29. 

Below is a screenshot of inventory on TicketIQ and get-in price by zone:

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There are also a limited amount of primary market seats available on Ticketmaster with prices starting at $650 on the 300 Level. Club Seats for between $900-$1,250.

Green Bay Packers (2 Seed)

The Green Bay Packers are in the playoffs for the first time since the 2016 season, when they got to the NFC Championship before losing to Atlanta. Green Bay won the NFC North and holds the No. 2 seed. With the Bye week, the Packers are set to host a Divisional Round game at Lambeau Field on January 12th.

Where To Buy Green Bay Packers Playoff Tickets?

Single seats remain available on the primary market for the Packers Divisional game, according to partner Ticketmaster

On the secondary market TicketIQ have inventory all around Lambeau Field and offers fans a Low Price Guarantee on all sold out Green Bay Packers playoff tickets.

How Much Are Green Bay Packers Playoff Tickets

  • Secondary market average asking price: $337
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $172

Tickets to this Green Bay Packers NFC Divisional game are trending as the second cheapest for a Wild-Card or Divisional game across the NFL. The priciest Wild-Card or Divisional game will be at New England's Gillette Stadium, and fans have pushed demand for that AFC Divisional game to $632. 

If the average asking price holds, it will be cheaper to see the Divisional game at Lambeau Field than a regular-season game, which cost fans an average of $344.

On the secondary market, TicketIQ has seats with its Low Price Guarantee starting at $172 in the upper end zone on the 700 Level. Among the other seats available at Lambeau Field are 300-Level end-zone seats starting at $198, Club Seats starting at $460 in Section 403 on the corner, and 50-yard line field-level seats for between $350 in Lower Level 119, Row 49 on the visitors side, and up to $751 in Lower Level 120, Row 3 behind the Packers bench.

There are also a limited amount of primary market seats starting at $1,000, and going as high as $1,750.

Below is a screenshot of inventory on TicketIQ and get-in price by zone:

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New Orleans Saints (3 Seed)

The New Orleans Saints have clinched the NFC South and a playoff spot, and as the No. 3 seed are set to host the Minnesota Vikings in a Wild Card game on January 5th. 

Where To Buy New Orleans Saints Playoff Tickets

New Orleans Saints tickets for the Wild-Card game or a potential NFC Championship game are sold out, according to primary market partner Ticketmaster.

Fans wanting to get into the game will have to shop the secondary market, and TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on all sold out New Orleans Saints playoff tickets.

How Much Are New Orleans Saints Playoff Tickets

  • Secondary market average asking price: $408
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $165

The average asking price for the Wild-Card game of $408 on the secondary market is the second cheapest in the NFL for a Wild Card round game. 

If the average asking price holds, it will be the third highest for a Wild-Card or Divisional playoff game at the Superdome this decade. The priciest was the 2010 Divisional game against St. Louis, which cost fans $487, and the cheapest was the 2018 Wild-Card game against Carolina, which settled at $251.

On TicketIQ, the $165 cheapest ticket gets fans a seat on the Terrace/600 Level high above the field on the corners or in the end zone.  Among the other seats still available are sideline seats on the 300 Level, starting at $315 in Loge 317, Row 11 above the end zone, while the priciest are $1,129 in Loge 335, Row 5 or 7 at the 40-yard line on the Saints side. The best seats still remaining are at the 50-yard line in Plaza 114, Row 1 behind the visitors’ bench for $1,782. 

Below is a screenshot of inventory on TicketIQ and get-in price by zone:

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Philadelphia Eagles (4 Seed)

After Sunday's win against the New York Giants, the Philadelphia Eagles are NFC East champions and will host a Wild Card round game on January 5th against the Seattle Seahawks.

Where To Buy Philadelphia Eagles Playoff Tickets

Single-game tickets for a potential Philadelphia Eagles Wild-Card home game at Lincoln Financial Field are sold out on the primary market, according to partner Ticketmaster.

Fans wanting to get into the game will have to shop the secondary market, and TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on all sold out Philadelphia Eagles playoff tickets.

How Much Are Philadelphia Eagles Playoff Tickets

  • Secondary market average asking price: $481
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $247

The current secondary market average asking price for an Eagles home Wild-Card game is the fourth cheapest in the NFL for a Wild or Divisional game. 

The $481 average is up 22% above the average asking price for a regular-season ticket at Lincoln Financial Field, and would rank as the priciest Wild-Card game at Philadelphia this decade. The cheapest was $271 for the 2011 game against Green Bay. 

On the secondary market, the cheapest seat on TicketIQ is $247 in Level 218 in the end zone, while most 200-Level seats have asking prices of $315 or less. Field-level end-zone seats start at $311 with the TicketIQ Low Price Guarantee, and go up to $824 with the Guarantee in Lower 111, Row 2. 50-yard line seats on the lower level start at $623 in Lower 120, Row 27.

Below is a screenshot of inventory on TicketIQ and get-in price by zone:

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