The Washington Redkskins are a mess and all the issues surrounding the team on the field are starting to have an affect a the box offices.
As of Friday, according to the Washington Post,thousands of unsold tickets remained for Washington’s game against the St. Louis Rams.
According to SeatGeek — a site that tracks ticket sales to sporting events and concerts — the Redskins’ tickets are selling on the secondary market for as little as $4 apiece, with the standing-room-only tickets listed for as little as $3. Lower level tickets are on sale for as low as $25, and even the “Dream Seats” behind the Redskins’ bench are listed on the re-sale market for well below their value, at $91 per ticket. Those tickets normally go for several hundred dollars apiece.
The average price of the tickets to the game is just $31, which would represents the cheapest average price for a regular season Redskins home game since 2009, according to SeatGeek.
Since September, Redskins ticket prices have dropped 64 percent. Originally, tickets went for an average of $87 apiece, and the figure dropped to $51 in October, $38 for November home games and then $31 this week.
The Redskins, now guaranteed of their seventh losing season in the last 10 years, have two more home games — Weeks 16 and 17 against Philadelphia and Dallas, respectively.