Secondary-market tickets for Sunday’s Carolina Panthers-Green Bay Packers game remain high but have leveled off.
The most expensive non-VIP single seat on Ticketmaster’s NFL Ticket Exchange as of Tuesday afternoon is still $2,223 for a front-row seat in Section 136. The cheapest pair will cost you $500, which is down from $592 last Thursday.
The cheapest Panthers-Packers seat available on secondary marketplace StubHub was listed Tuesday at $199.95. Last week, StubHub’s least expensive ticket was $252.
Both teams remain in first place in their respective divisions, although any hope that this would be a clash between undefeated teams was dashed Sunday when Green Bay lost to the also-undefeated Denver Broncos. Carolina, of course, improved to 7-0 with its win over Indianapolis on Monday night.
This marks the best start in the history of the Panthers’ franchise, which will extend its string of consecutive home sellouts to 132 with Sunday’s game.