The resale ticket site reports Browns tickets are down 31% on the secondary market going into the 2022 season, ahead of the Washington Commanders, whose tickets fell 37% from the 2021 season. Resale tickets for the Cincinnati Bengals rose 37%, the largest reported increase.
The average price for Browns tickets was $296 on Friday, Aug. 19, according to the site, with prices ranging from just $7 for the Brown’s preseason game at home against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, Aug. 21, to $141 for the Sept. 11 game against the Carolina Panthers in Charlotte.
The most expensive team in the league is the Las Vegas Raiders, whose secondary market ticket price is $691. The cheapest is the Houston Texans, at $197.