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24/7 Wall Street: The Most Expensive Tickets in Sports

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2. New York Giants

Avg. Ticket Price: $238.45
W-L Past 10 Years: 55.0% (8th best)
Championships Past 10 Years: 2
Avg. Home Attendance: 79,475

The New York Giants, though they play their home games in New Jersey, averaged the second-most fans per game of any NFL team in 2011 at 79,475. Those fans buying tickets on the secondary market paid a little over $238 a ticket, second most in all of sports. The Giants have also been one of the most successful teams on the field. In the past decade, the G-Men have won two Super Bowls — in 2007 and 2011 — and made six playoff appearances. The team’s revenue rose every year in that period and jumped $52 million between 2010 and 2011. In 2010, the Giants moved into the brand new MetLife Stadium, which has a permanent capacity of 82,566, the highest permanent capacity of any NFL stadium. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

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