Redskins tickets for final home game of season going for $5
WASHINGTON - The Washington Redskins will play their final home game of the 2017 season against the Denver Broncos on Christmas Eve. With the game not mattering much in the standings other than helping decide where the team will pick in the NFL Draft next year, tickets are unsurprisingly going for the same price as a McDonald's McPick 2 deal.
On the ticket reseller website Vivid Seats on Thursday afternoon, there were two Upper Level standing room-only tickets available for just $5. In addition, there were plenty of other Upper Level seats on Vivid Seats and StubHub going for $6 to $7.
If sitting in the nosebleeds at Fedex Field doesn't do it for you, have no worries. There is a single Lower Level Corner seat in Section 215 for $8.10. If you pony up another $5, there are a few more Lower Level Corner seats going in Section 226 and 217 going for $13.50.
While there may be not much to play for the 6-8 Redskins, there may be one big reason you might want to go -- this could potentially be the final home game for Kirk Cousins in a Redskins uniform. The quarterback will be a free agent this offseason.