The St. Louis Rams are looking to extend their streak of holding opponents to only six points to three games when they travel to play the Minnesota Vikings this Sunday on November 1st.
St. Louis’ defense has been dictating the tempo in their last two outings, holding both the San Francisco 49ers and Cleveland Browns to six points in consecutive weeks. The Vikings offense will present a tougher challenge overall as Adrian Peterson, Teddy Bridgewater and Stefon Diggs make them the toughest offense St. Louis has faced since taking on the Arizona Cardinals and Green Bay Packers in Week 4 and Week 5.
Rams tickets, even while on a two-game winning streak, are the cheapest they’ll be for the rest of the season on the secondary market according to SeatSmart.com. Tickets to see the Vikings against the Rams have an average price of $102.12 with a get-in price of $37 for entrance into TCF Bank Stadium, which is almost $50 cheaper than their second least expensive game against the Baltimore Ravens in two weeks ($150.36). Fans on either side attending the game can for parking at TCF Bank Stadium on ParkWhiz.com starting from $6. Distances closer to the stadium are available from $27 or $32 as well.
Tickets to his game have been pretty steady since the beginning of the regular season, as the average ticket price on September 10th (opening night) was $114.26, only a few dollars above where it currently stands.
With this being the least expensive game, it’s only logical to bring up the most expensive Rams tickets of the season. On December 27th, the Rams travel to CenturyLink Field to play the Seattle Seahawks that has an average ticket price of $401.93 with a get-in price of $127.
The game against the Vikings starts a four-game stretch for the Rams where they play on the road three times of the four. After playing in Minnesota, the Rams return home to face the Chicago Bears, but then hit the road again for two straight against the Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals.