Updated Sep 13, 2011 - 11:38 am
Cardinals tickets among cheapest in NFL
It doesn't cost much to see a Cardinals game live, at least, not when compared to some other NFL teams.
According to the Phoenix Business Journal, Team Marketing Report's annual rankings have the Cardinals at 26th out of 32 teams when it comes to average cost to attend an NFL game.
Four tickets plus a couple of beers, hot dogs and sodas, as well as parking and two ball caps cost $367.10 for a Cardinals game in Glendale.
That compares to an NFL average of $427.29 for a party of four to go to a game.
While that isn't exactly chump change, the report puts the Cardinals significantly lower than some of the league's other teams.
The Jets, for example, would cost a party of four $628.90.
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