CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Browns have just two home games left this season, one against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday and the last against the Baltimore Ravens on Dec. 22. The Browns still have a shot at a winning season, but the losses they’ve suffered this season have lowered more than just their record.
The Browns are averaging a sellout crowd of 67,431 this season. That number is up 1,666 from last season, but just because the tickets have sold doesn’t mean the fans that have the tickets will be in attendance. Many are trying to sell their tickets online, but they won’t make much from them.
A check on a secondary market shows some tickets are being sold for less than the price of a parking pass.
According to SeatGeek, prices for Browns’ tickets have gone dropped 32 percent on the site over the past month. Since the start of the season, the site has seen a 51 percent drop in price for Browns tickets.
The good news for Browns fans is that tickets for the game against the Bengals on Sunday are, on average, at a season-low, so going to the game won’t break the bank.