NEW YORK — If you’re planning to see the Washington Redskins play at Fed-Ex Field — let’s hope you saved up.
It turns out the Landover, Maryland stadium is the most expensive venue to take in a NFL game, according to a new survey.
The survey of the most and least expensive stadiums looked at the cost of two people attending a game — two tickets, two hot dogs, two beers, two soft drinks and parking.
That cost for Redskins fans is more than $272 at Fed-Ex Field. That’s more than twice as much of the least expensive NFL stadium.
That honor belongs to the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium, which cost $131.93 to take in a game.
Here are the most and least expensive games to attend:
1. Washington Redskins Game at FedEx Field: $272.17
2. San Francisco 49ers Game at Levi’s Stadium: $270.67
3. Dallas Cowboys Game at AT&T Stadium: $268.28
4. Chicago Bears Game at Soldier Field: $261.50
5. Green Bay Packers Game at Lambeau Field: $260.00
1. Cincinnati Bengals Game at Paul Brown Stadium: $131.93
2. Cleveland Browns Game at FirstEnergy Stadium: $133.66
3.Buffalo Bills Game at Ralph Wilson Stadium: $136.66
4. Kansas City Chiefs Game at Arrowhead Stadium: $138.67
5. Jacksonville Jaguars Game at EverBank Field: $141.60
The price difference is often in the details.
The data shows that fans can get two Buffalo Bills tickets for $72.66. That’s less than the $75 it costs to park at a Dallas Cowboys game.
At a Seattle Seahawks game, visitors can get two hot dogs ($6) for half of what they cost at a Detroit Lions game ($12.50). While hot dogs in Seattle may be cheap, parking isn’t. It costs $50 to park at a Seattle game, but only $11 to park in Detroit.
Beer prices are about the same at Oakland Raiders ($10.75) and San Francisco 49ers ($10) games, but the cost of a ticket is very different. A Raiders ticket will run fans $40.50, but it costs twice as much — $93.33 — for a 49ers ticket.