The 2021-2022 season of the NFL has been going on for a month now. The game has helped return a feeling of normalcy to the world, after the absence of fans during the previous season.
It seems that fans too are beyond ecstatic about returning to the game, particularly in Canada, where fans have been shelling out a pretty penny for tickets.
For fans, however, no price is too large to pay to watch the Maple Leafs in person. As reported by Bookies.com, the Leafs have seen the greatest increases when it comes to secondary market prices.
In fact, the report stated that the tickets are being sold for as much as 167% more, with average ticket prices being around $128.69, and the average resell price hovering close to $343.
The report also states that fans will have to pay around 73 percent more on average when buying from a reseller this season. This is not surprising, since tickets are in high demand, given that fans couldn’t attend games in person for over 17 months. Here’s hoping that they get their money’s worth.
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