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No cheap seats in Seattle: Highest in NFL

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NEW YORK (AP) — Paul Allen is considered the richest owner in the NFL, and his franchise, the Seahawks, cost the most to watch in their home stadium.

According to Vividseats.com, which surveys ticket prices for the 32 teams, Seattle’s median ticket price is $372. That’s $17 ahead of New England, which is second.

CenturyLink Field seats 68,000.

Rounding out the top five are Denver ($350), Green Bay ($319) and Minnesota ($273 in its new stadium).

The Cowboys, ranked as the most valuable sports franchise in the world by Forbes, are 14th with a $191 median ticket price.

Lowest median ticket prices are Kansas City ($88), Cleveland ($94) and Jacksonville ($95). The only other team under $100 is Buffalo ($98).