The Bengals opened up their 2013 regular season two weeks ago in Chicago, losing a hard fought game to the Bears, 24-21. They’ll face another NFC North opponent this week, but luckily they’ll be playing home in Cincinnati this week as Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers come to town. Both teams sit at 1-1 and Sunday’s matchup will be a pivotal game for both teams as Cincy tries to protect it’s turf and maintain its position in first place in the AFC North while Green Bay looks to sneak a non-conference road win. Add in some expected great weather for Sunday, and this week’s game looks like a great opportunity to head down to Paul Brown Stadium for some NFL action.
Packers tickets are always going to be difficult to acquire, whether they’re playing in Lambeau or on the road, and this week is no exception. The cheapest tickets available are $53, $21 more expensive than the next highest get-in price for any Bengals home games this season (October 6th vs. New England.) However, when you consider most Packers tickets in Green Bay go for well over three times that amount, it’s a relative steal. Other price points include seating in the 200 level for as low as $55 and the 100 level pricing begins at $71.
If you want to go to the game but not sure which tickets to pick, fear not. Luckily enough, TickPick’s “Score” feature provides help on picking the best available tickets for each game by grading each listing. The “score is dependent upon price, view, and location. TickPick also provides a “seat rating” for all sections based on the proximity and viewing angle. The best of the best seating is in the lower level sidelines and tickets begin for as low as $134.
All-in-all, this will be the most expensive game for the Bengals this season, but it can be hardly categorized as one of the most expensive games of the NFL season. The Packers won’t return to Cincinnati for another eight years, so this is your opportunity to see them play live. Just make sure to use TickPick and you’ll be able to grab some great seats for Sunday’s game!