Browns among the least expensive NFL stadiums for tickets

Who says good news is hard to come by in 2021?

TNBets ranked the NFL stadiums in terms of the overall value for fans.

The Cleveland Browns home FirstEnergy Stadium is one of the cheapest gaming experiences.

Ironically, the Cincinnati Bengals ranked their Ohio interstate rival first and are the cheapest of all 32 NFL teams.


TNBet’s overall price information for all 32 teams based on the following:

  1. A ticket for entry to an NFL home game
  2. Two beers
  3. A sausage
  4. Cost of parking vehicles at the stadium

FirstEnergy Stadium’s total cost for the above four items is $ 120.18.

The cost of these items at Paul Brown Stadium (home of the Cincinnati Bengals) is $ 105.69.

The Arizona Cardinals, Baltimore Ravens and Detroit Lions came in third, fourth and fifth with $ 121.33, $ 123.53 and $ 126.87, respectively.

The Most Expensive NFL Team Gameday Experience

The five most expensive NFL teams’ gaming experiences are more than $ 70 more expensive than the Browns.

Number one should not be surprising.

It’s the new arena for a relocated franchise, the Las Vegas Raiders.

The cost of the four prizes at Raiders Stadium is $ 236.97.

Remember that this is a cost per person so it can really add up when a family of four participates in a game.

The next three are the San Francisco 49ers ($ 205.75), the Dallas Cowboys ($ 198.00) and the Los Angeles Rams ($ 194.12).

The surprise at number five is Lambeau Field, home of the Green Bay Packers.

One person can expect to pay $ 192.93 on The Frozen Tundra, which does not include the cost of hot chocolate and hand and body warmers.

What does this mean?

In 2020, unfortunately, that meant very little because FirstEnergy Stadium (like all other NFL stadiums) allowed a very limited fan capacity due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

But with vaccines rolling out that will hopefully slow down the pandemic, it could mean that fans will pack up at FirstEnergy Stadium 2021 and enjoy a gaming experience that is economical compared to other NFL franchises.

The Browns 2021

There is no reason to believe that the Browns will not capitalize and improve on their impressive 2020 playoffs.

Players will look forward to playing home games with a full Dawg Pound fan base.

It was one of the missed parts of 2020; fans could not witness their Brown’s success in the first place.

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