Looking for playoff tickets? Bing has you covered

Between one of the most improbable upsets in history and two games decided by
only 5 points, the playoffs are off to an exceptional start.  With the Divisional Playoffs on the horizon, serious fans are heading to the stadium and we’re here to help them find the best seats in the house.  

Now you can compare tickets from over 50 leading tickets sites, check out the view from the seat and quickly find a broad selection of tickets from multiple providers, directly in Bing.

Below, we’ve included a snapshot of the hottest week 2 playoff tickets:

1. Seattle Seahawks @ Chicago Bears tickets average $402. The lowest priced tickets to the NFC Divisional Playoff are $164. There are 16,000 tickets for sale on the secondary ticket market.

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2. New York Jets @ New England Patriots tickets average $350. The lowest priced tickets to the AFC Divisional Playoff are $175. There are 4,500 tickets for sale on the secondary ticket market.

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3. Baltimore Ravens @ Pittsburgh Steelers tickets average $345. The lowest priced tickets to the AFC Divisional Playoff are $80. There are over 14,000 tickets for sale on the secondary ticket market.

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4. Green Bay Packers @ Atlanta Falcons tickets average $315. The lowest priced tickets to the NFC Divisional Playoff game are $105. There are 24,000 tickets for sale on the secondary ticket market.

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May the best team win!

- The Bing Team

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3 comments
  1. Quikboy

    Unrelated, but did Bing Local listings remove the ability to write reviews and do star ratings from your account? I tried to leave a review for a place, but when I clicked the link, it just essentially refreshed itself.

    I honestly hope this feature is not going away. A certain other mapping site does both aggregating from other sites, as well as allowing it's fellow users to write reviews and do ratings. if only Bing could encourage other users to leave reviews as well. I know the former MSN Local used to do this…

  2. The Bing Team

    @Quikboy  I'm happy to report that the feature is still there.  That said, it might be a browser issue.  To you're wider point about on reviews, I will pass that feedback on to the team.

  3. Quikboy

    @The Bing Team: Thanks! I guess it must have something to do with IE9 beta.  Should have guessed. There wasn't a way a compatibility mode button availble when I'm on Bing, so I didn't try. Appreciate the direct reply. I hope my feedback made some difference.

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