SEATTLE, WA - JANUARY 18: Kam Chancellor #31 (L) and Russell Wilson #3 (R) of the Seattle Seahawks celebrate with a 12th Man flag after defeating the Green Bay Packers in the 2015 NFC Championship game at CenturyLink Field on January 18, 2015 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

Good luck seeing these teams, who boast the most expensive tickets in the NFL

You may be better off watching these teams from your couch.

The Seattle Seahawks have one of the best, most rabid game day fan bases the NFL has to offer. With how much money fans spend on tickets, they have every right to be as "rabid" as they want.

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At an average of $466, the Seahawks claim the highest price for "secondary market" tickets in the NFL, followed by the New England Patriots ($461) and Broncos ($454), according to TicketIQ. The Bears and Packers rounded out the top five, with averages of $377 and $372, respectively.

The bottom five features teams in smaller markets and just one playoff team (Kansas City) in 2015 . The Jaguars ($141) have the lowest secondary market ticket prices, followed by the Chiefs ($143), Browns ($145), Colts ($152) and Lions ($154).

TicketIQ claims to "provide consumers with the most comprehensive set of secondary market options" and they put together a report on "the state of the NFL ticket market " for the 2016 season.


[h/t Washington Post]