In what was a difficult Week 2 for Seattle as they fell to Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium, the Seahawks return home this week to host a Super Bowl XLVIII rematch against the Denver Broncos. Despite the history behind Sunday’s matchup, it will be the third cheapest home game on the Seahawks schedule this season on the secondary market. The average secondary market price for Seahawks vs Broncos tickets
is $360.23, down 7% from the season average of $387.10 for Seattle Seahawks tickets
at CenturyLink Field
in 2014. They’re also down 22% this week and the get-in price has dipped to $160. The only other home games that has a less expensive average secondary price are games against the Arizona Cardinals on November 23 ($328.03) and the team’s final regular season home game against the St. Louis Rams on December 28 ($335.53).
The Seahawks enter Week 3 with a chip on their shoulder following last week’s loss to the Chargers. San Diego gained too much momentum in the second quarter for Seattle to climb back from as the Chargers posted 17 of their 30 points in that quarter. The Seahawks head home with a 1-1 record and won’t catch any breaks from Peyton Manning and his dominant cast of receivers. While the Broncos head to Seattle with a 2-0 record and have looked strong offensively, they’ve narrowly escaped their first two games with wins. The Colts led an inspiring drive against the Broncos in Week 1, falling just a touchdown short of tying the game after trailing by 21. The Chiefs also hung around in Week 2, also losing by one touchdown.