These NFL teams provide the most value for fans

With the NFL playoffs underway — only four teams remain to decide who will play in the Super Bowl on Feb. 5 — MarketWatch took a look at whether or not fans get what they pay for when they watch their teams live.

We analyzed data from the NFL and ticket aggregator TicketIQ, a ticket marketplace for sporting events and concerts. TicketIQ has been releasing initial average NFL ticket values since 2013.

The Kansas City Chiefs, Cincinnati Bengals and Arizona Cardinals charged their fans the least to see a home win. Each team won 23 home games between 2013 and 2016 and their average ticket prices were $126, $157 and $180, respectively.

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