2014 New York Giants Tickets Preview

A few weeks weeks removed from picking wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. in the NFL Draft, the New York Giants are beginning to set the foundation for a successful 2014 season. With offseason team activities for both veterans and rookies alike in progress, fans are getting geared up for a return to the gridiron. The Giants have one of the most passionate fan bases in the NFL who love their rivalries, which is why the Giants most expensive games of the season come against their traditional opponents the Dallas Cowboys, San Francisco 49ers, Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins.  All four teams will be right in the thick of the playoff hunt, so fans looking to purchase New York Giants tickets will undoubtedly be in for some hard fought battles.

The Giants have faced all four of these opponents countless times in their history, both in the regular season and playoffs.  This year, the average ticket price for these four games is well above the Giant’s season average of $299.  The most expensive game of the season for the Giants comes against the Dallas Cowboys. The Giants have no bigger rival than the Cowboys, which is why New York Giants tickets have increased by 17% above their home average to $350.  The other three games against San Francisco, Philadelphia, and Washington have average ticket prices of $336, $318, and $308, respectively.

The Giants most inexpensive game of the season comes versus the Arizona Cardinals which also happens to be their home opener. It is not a surprise that the Giants cheapest game of the season comes against an unfamiliar foe but rather that it comes in their first game of the 2014 season when the weather is expected to be much friendlier, compared to the cold, windy times ion November and December. Typically home openers are amongst the pricier games for teams as fans are excited to see their team in action after a long offseason but that is the exact opposite case here. When they take the field Giants vs Cardinals tickets will be averaging 15% less than normal at $253 with a get-in rate of $91.  Fans look to be saving up for the rivalry games, which makes the home opener one of the best bargains of the year for NY Giants fans.

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