According to a report from vividseats.com, the Oakland Raiders are the 20th most popular road draw in the NFL based on their impact of the ticket price as the visiting opponent.
Secondary ticket marketplace, Vivid Seats, just released its report about which NFL teams are the best and worst road draws of the 2013 season. The Raiders are right now the 20th most popular road draw in the league, decreasing the average ticket price by 9.7% as the visiting opponent.
The Broncos top the list, driving up ticket prices on the secondary market by 53.7% on the road. The Cowboys (+47.3%), 49ers (+42.6%), Patriots (+41.7%) and Packers fill out the top-5 (+39.8%). The defending champion Ravens are 9th on the list, increasing ticket prices by only 9.1% on the road.
Oakland was naturally the biggest draw in Denver where ticket prices go up 12.3%, nearly double the amount tickets spike when the Silver and Black take a trip to Kansas City. The most costly average price for a road Raiders ticket this season was $405 for the Broncos game at Mile High.
Here is the total Raiders road ticket price breakdown and their impact on average ticket prices when they come to town and how the Raiders stacked up to the rest of the NFL as a road draw:
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