Chiefs Get-in Price $10 On Secondary Market For One Of NFL’s Hottest Teams

They’ve come this far, so why stop now?

The Kansas City Chiefs have erased all leftover signs of a poor first half of the season and continued their win tally this past Sunday, winning their sixth straight game against the Oakland Raiders at O.co Coliseum.

The Chiefs were down seven points at halftime but outscored the Raiders 27-6 in the second half to run away with a 14-point win. Kansas City caused crucial turnovers in the fourth quarter that led to easy touchdowns, including an interception returned for a touchdown to clinch the win.

As currently constructed, the Chiefs are in the AFC playoff bracket as a Wild Card. They have the same record as the New York Jets and Pittsburgh Steelers (7-5) and will be scoreboard watching the Indianapolis Colts, Houston Texans and Buffalo Bills who are all 6-6.

This Sunday, the Chiefs have another favorable matchup when they host the San Diego Chargers at Arrowhead Stadium. The first time these two teams met the Chiefs dominated from the opening kickoff, winning 33-3 in a laugher at Qualcomm Stadium. The Chargers snapped their six-game skid two weeks ago against the Jacksonville Jaguars, but were bottled up against the division-leading Denver Broncos this past Sunday, losing 17-3.

On the secondary market, Chiefs tickets for the second matchup between the two teams are cheaper than Round 1. When the Chiefs played in San Diego the average ticket price was $135.68 with a get-in price of $50 but as a disclaimer, the Chargers retired LaDainian Tomlinson’s jersey at halftime, which probably generated to extra interest. According to TiqIQ.com, the average ticket price for this Sunday is $77.68 with a get-in price of only $10, which is about as good as it gets for a team looking to make a strong playoff run.

For those that haven’t watched a game at Arrowhead Stadium this season, booking Kansas City flights through Hipmunk.com will get fans to the stadium for game day. To pair with the flight, Kansas City hotels through Hipmunk start from $50 to complete the football weekend away.

The Chiefs could very well run the table for their last four games of the season as they do not play a team with a winning record. After the game against the Chargers, the Chiefs go on the road to play the Baltimore Ravens before finishing the regular season with two games at home against the Cleveland Browns and Raiders.