NFL Average FCI® Climbs 5.5% to $506.71;
Washington most expensive; Jaguars most affordable
The average cost for fans to attend a National Football League game in 2016 surpasses $500 for the first time at $506.71, an increase of 5.8 percent from 2015, according to the Team Marketing Report Fan Cost Index®.
Average general ticket prices show an increase of 6.5 percent compared to 2015, with the average NFL ticket now at $92.75.
The largest team FCI® increases were posted by the newly minted Los Angeles Rams (up 28.5%), AFC . . .
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