2019 NFL Fan Cost Index®

NFL Average FCI® up to $540.52; Average Ticket at $102.35
Chargers show biggest drop, yet remain most expensive
Bengals claim best value for first time since 1997

As the 100th National Football League season kicks off, the Team Marketing Report Fan Cost Index® indicates that, overall, pro football fans will experience minimal change in their total cost to attend a game.

The 1.3 percent increase from 2018 — a modest change of $3.59 — falls below the current U.S. inflation rate of 1.8 percent for the second season in a . . .

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