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The 5 most expensive NFL stadiums to see a game

No. 3: MetLife Stadium
No. 3: MetLife Stadium | iStock.com/ErimacGroup

No. 3: MetLife Stadium

Team: New York Giants

One of the oldest and most successful franchises in the NFL comes in 3rd in Team Marketing Report's research.

The new MetLife Stadium opened in 2010 as a joint project between the Giants and the New York Jets and can host more than 82,500 fans. The $1.6 billion stadium actually is located in New Jersey.

The Giants have the highest-priced ticket in the league at $123.40, while the average premium ticket is listed at $509.17, 2nd highest in the league.

Despite the high ticket prices, buying a beer at a Giants game costs just $5, tied for the lowest in the league. A soft drink and hot dog are modestly priced at $3 and $6, respectively.

Fan Cost Index: $629.62

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