Of all the teams in the National Football League, the San Diego Chargers have been one of the biggest movers in terms of ticket prices. When the NFL schedule was released a month ago, Chargers tickets were averaging $177 for their games at Qualcomm Stadium, up by $14 from 2013. However, since then, Chargers tickets have dramatically increased all the way up to their current average of $231, a jump of 41% from 2013.
There are still some great deals for Chargers games this season, such as their Week 4 matchup with the Jacksonville Jaguars which is currently going for 35% below average. That makes the Jags game their cheapest game of the season at an average price of just $150. On the other hand, two of the most expensive games of the season for the Chargers are their home opener on September 14th against the defending Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks (avg $248,) as well as their December 7th meeting with the New England Patriots that has tickets currently going for $314 on average with a get in of $83.
Nonetheless, the Chargers priciest game of the year comes the following week against their division opponent, the Denver Broncos. When these AFC West foes meet one year ago at Qualcomm Stadium tickets went for an average of $256, but this year that price has climbed all the way up to $315. From this game, the Chargers go on a brutal stretch to finish the regular season going on a road trip for the final two games at the San Francisco 49ers (12/20 – Avg $357) and at the Kansas City Chiefs (12/28 – Avg $179). If the Chargers can make it through this grueling test to end the season they will be one team ready to make waves in the playoffs.