Crazy-high ticket prices aren't usually something we're talking about until the Super Bowl, but things are very different in 2020. With limited capacity for fans in stadiums, supply of tickets is very low this year, driving the prices way up.
If you're looking to go to Arrowhead Stadium to attend Sunday's Divisional Round Game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Cleveland Browns, you should be ready to pay up big time.
Arrowhead Stadium is expected to remain at 22% capacity (around 17,000 fans) in the postseason, which means seats are available in all levels of the stadium. Even the nosebleeds are going for a pretty penny, however.
Browns-Chiefs Ticket Prices
On SeatGeek, the absolute lowest price for any ticket at Arrowhead Stadium for Browns vs Chiefs this week is priced at $459. Those tickets would put you in the 38th row of a third-level section – just five rows away from the furthest row in the stadium.
If you're looking to sit in the first level, tickets range anywhere from $599 for the lesser seats to over $1,617 if you want a premium seat behind the KC bench.
Interestingly, reports suggest that Browns fans have been the ones really hopping on the ticket sales early in the week.
With the Chiefs sitting as 10-point favorites on FanDuel Sportsbook, fans making the trip from Cleveland will be hoping the Browns can pull off another huge upset this week.
But if this game looks anything like it did when Baker Mayfield and Patrick Mahomes faced off in college, fans of both teams should be in for quite the show, regardless.
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