2018 NFL Fan Cost Index® Shows Slight Increase

League Average FCI® Up Less than 1% to $536.93
Chargers most expensive; Browns least expensive
The cost for fans to attend a National Football League game in 2018 increased just .9 percent from 2017, according to the Team Marketing Report Fan Cost Index®. The average NFL FCI checks in at $536.93, $3.67 more for a family of four than in 2017.

FCIs were flat for five teams, down for 10 teams and up for 17 teams, when compared to 2017.

The TMR Fan Cost Index calculates the cost for a family of four . . .

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