$10 could get you into the Cardinals-Rams game
Just because the Cardinals are undefeated and going on the road for a key NFC West showdown, that doesn't mean many people in St. Louis are interested in seeing them play the Rams.
|Not even Feely's 100-watt smile has convinved people to pay much money to see next Sunday's game. (US Presswire)|
Just because the Cardinals are undefeated and going on the road for a key NFC West showdown, that doesn’t mean many people in St. Louis are interested in seeing them play the Rams.
According to StubHub, one ticket for next Sunday’s game sold for as low as $10. If you’re not sure, yes, that’s considered awfully low for this game. It’s not even helping that the hometown Rams are going for their best start to a season since 2006.
And it doesn’t appear the Cardinals fans will travel that well. While the top buyer state for this game is Missouri’s 48 percent, only two percent of sales have come from Arizona, which is half as much as California’s four percent (maybe 49ers fans traveling to St. Louis to root against the first-place Cardinals?).
For the record, next week’s Broncos-Patriots game is averaging the highest ticket sales at $412.
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