MNF Showdown with Vikings is Cheapest Home Game of the Season

The New York Football Giants 2013 season began with high aspirations but they have not lived up to those expectations.  The Giants stand at 0-6, a culmination of terrible play on both sides of the ball and the fact that they are leading the league in giveaways with 23 total, 8 more than the next closest team. However even with how bad they have been, and they’ve been awful, the Giants enter Week 7 with their best chance to earn their first victory of the season when the Minnesota Vikings come to MetLife Stadium.

Reigning MVP Adrian Peterson has been playing fantastic this season when you realize that opposing teams have been stacking the box in an attempt to dare the Vikings to throw the ball, to which they have been hesitant. As a result they have signed QB Josh Freeman in an attempt to help spread the ball around as well as open up the field for Peterson.

New York Giants Tickets currently rank as the 4th most expensive home ticket in the league with an average cost of $302 per seat, however this week then they host the Minnesota Vikings is the cheapest Giants game of the season. Tickets for this tilt are currently $86 less than the average Giants home game for an average ticket cost of $207 for a savings of 32%.

 


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