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Silver Minings: Raiders-Ravens Week 1 tickets are outrageously priced

It will not be cheap to see any games at Allegiant Stadium this season

Allegiant Stadium Prepares To Host First Las Vegas Raiders Home Game
Fans outside Allegiant Stadium in Week 2, 2020
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We knew it was going to be expensive to go to see the Las Vegas Raiders play at home at Allegiant Stadium in 2021.

But now that the prices are real, the sticker shock is indeed SHOCKING.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal reported on Wednesday that the cheapest tickets available for the Raiders’ Week 1 home game against the Baltimore Ravens on Sept. 13 on Monday Night Football are $654 dollars. These seats are on the third deck in the end zone. So essentially the less-than-ideal tickets are still priced at an extreme level.

Now that the entire 2021 NFL schedule has been announced, expect tickets for every Raiders’ home game to be priced around the same level as it’s the hottest ticket in the league in the hottest city in the country. All of the Raiders’ season-tickets are sold out so currently, the only way to get tickets is on the secondary market.

The good news is that fans will finally be allowed into Allegiant Stadium this season. The bad news is, you may go broke trying to do so.

In other Raiders’ links:

  • Mariota honors Brennan: Hawaii native Marcus Mariota is mourning former University of Hawaii quarterback Colt Brennan, who died on Monday at the age of 37. Brennan spent the 2010 training camp with the Raiders. Mariota is currently the team’s backup quarterback.
  • Three in a row? When the Raiders host Baltimore in Week 1, they will try to win their third straight season opener for the first time since 2000-02.
  • No great Carr love: CBS Sports has its annual NFL quarterback tiers post. There are seven tiers. The article has Raiders’ quarterback Derek Carr placed in the fourth tier. That’s the average zone.