NFL's Most and Least Expensive Stadiums
(CNN MONEY) The NFL season kicks off Thursday and fans will begin flocking to stadiums. But, as Redskins loyalists will soon discover, being a fan can be more expensive depending on where you live.
The cost of attendance varies greatly. A survey of the most and least expensive stadiums looked at the cost of two people attending a game -- two tickets, two hot dogs, two beers, two soft drinks and parking.
The price difference is often in the details.
The data shows that fans can get two Buffalo Bills tickets for $72.66. That's less than the $75 it costs to park at a Dallas Cowboys game.
At a Seattle Seahawks game, visitors can get two hot dogs ($6) for half of what they cost at a Detroit Lions game ($12.50). While hot dogs in Seattle may be cheap, parking isn't. It costs $50 to park at a Seattle game, but only $11 to park in Detroit.
Beer prices are about the same at Oakland Raiders ($10.75) and San Francisco 49ers ($10) games, but the cost of a ticket is very different. A Raiders ticket will run fans $40.50, but it costs twice as much -- $93.33 -- for a 49ers ticket.
Here are the least and most expensive games to attend:
1. Cincinnati Bengals Game at Paul Brown Stadium: $131.93
2. Cleveland Browns Game at FirstEnergy Stadium: $133.66
3.Buffalo Bills Game at Ralph Wilson Stadium: $136.66
4. Kansas City Chiefs Game at Arrowhead Stadium: $138.67
5. Jacksonville Jaguars Game at EverBank Field: $141.60
1. Washington Redskins Game at FedEx Field: $272.17
2. San Francisco 49ers Game at Levi's Stadium: $270.67
3. Dallas Cowboys Game at AT&T Stadium: $268.28
4. Chicago Bears Game at Soldier Field: $261.50
5. Green Bay Packers Game at Lambeau Field: $260.00