While the NFL is America’s favorite sport, watching some NFL teams at their home stadium can be costly.
With high prices, some fans might have second thoughts about watching an NFL game in-person.
However, Fox Sports put out a tweet on the NFL’s most expensive teams to watch in-person.
So which NFL team is the most expensive, and what other teams rank behind them?
Las Vegas Raiders Come In As Most Expensive NFL Team
While Las Vegas is known for gambling, fans of the Raiders need some casino winnings to watch their team in-person.
These teams cost the most to follow 💰⬇️
— FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) November 5, 2022
The Fox Sports graphic shows the cost of watching the Raiders is $273.
However, this includes ticket, beer, hot dog, and parking.
Rounding out the top-five most expensive teams are the San Francisco 49ers, New England Patriots, Dallas Cowboys, and Carolina Panthers.
With these numbers out for NFL fans to see, there were some interesting reactions by fans over the list.
Twitter Users Have Plenty Of Reactions To High Prices
For one Twitter user, they make fun of Panthers’ fans for paying over $200 to see their team lose.
Panthers fans paying 200+ dollars to see their team lose by double digits pic.twitter.com/XiTMZMYbxC
— The Art Major (@kmbrookart) November 5, 2022
Another user thinks the Raiders are criminals, as they charge fans the most to watch their team.
Raiders are the real criminals for scamming their fans like that
— Clown (@Vibin_Dudes) November 5, 2022
However, one Cowboys fan is wondering how someone got tickets to a Cowboys game for only $99.
Please show me these $99 cowboys tickets.
— ✭Mark W✭ (@wall223) November 5, 2022
But even with the high costs Fox Sports put out, someone else tweets how it costs even more when adding in other factors.
Most people that have been to an NFL game can tell you it costs way more than this when you factor in travel, hotel, and concessions…
— Ethan Hogue (@EthanHogueDC4L) November 5, 2022
With the high cost of watching an NFL game in-person, everyone had to let the world know their thoughts about the matter.