Cardinals' University of Phoenix Stadium ranks as one of nation's cheapest to watch an NFL game

Posted at 10:58 AM, Sep 07, 2016
and last updated 2016-09-07 15:19:50-04
The NFL regular season officially kicks off Thursday.
Cheering on the home team from the bleachers is a bit of a luxury for some fans across the U.S. A recent study by national finance website GOBankingRates found FedEx Field near Washington D.C. delivers the most costly NFL experience at $272.17 for two people.
On Sunday, the Arizona Cardinals are hosting the New England Patriots at the University of Phoenix Stadium. Both teams' stadiums landed at number six on opposite sides of the survey...Patriots the sixth most expensive and Cards the sixth least expensive.
The findings of the survey were based on five factors:
1. Two tickets
2. Two hot dogs
3. Two beers
4. Two soft drinks
5. Parking
The study found an Arizona Cardinals game at University of Phoenix Stadium will set you back about $145.00 for you and a bud. That includes $50.00 for a ticket, $7.25 for a beer and $14.00 for parking. Parking at University of Phoenix Stadium came in second in the league for the cheapest. The cost of parking was a game changer for some of the venues' rankings. Dallas Cowboys' AT&T stadium charges $75.00, which isn't much more than the cost of two tickets to a Buffalo Bills game at Ralph Wilson Stadium.  
Take a look at the map below for the top ten least expensive and top ten most expensive. The least expensive are in blue, the most expensive are in red.

See the complete findings here.
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