A little over a month ago we had the ‘Tank Bowl’ in Miami between the Redskins and Dolphins where tickets went for as little as $16, which is actually $7 dollars cheaper than what it costs to get into the Miami Zoo.
Sixteen bucks to get through the gate of an NFL game is a pretty great deal, regardless of how bad the teams on the field are, but what if I told you that you could go to an NFL game for as little as $4?
Yep, tickets to this Sunday’s game between the Lions and Skins at FedEx Field are selling for as little as four bucks on secondary markets. Fair warning though because after fees you’re going to be looking at $9 a ticket.
The insanely cheap prices are of course for upper-deck seats, but if you wanted to splurge a bit for lower bowl seats you can snag a ticket for as low as $21 after fees are accounted for. A twenty-dollar bill and four quarters will give you a pretty prime seat to watch an NFL game.
Rudy Gersten of The Washington Post even spotted some club level seats going for $15.
Whether or not that’s better than sitting on your couch and deciding to watch literally anything else on TV besides what will be a horrible football game, well that’s up to you.
The Redskins enter the game at 1-9 on the year while the Lions are 3-6-1 on the year and losers of six of their last seven contests.
Washington and Detroit will kick off at 1:00 PM EST on Sunday if you want to plan something fun for the day during that time slot.