Atlanta Falcons Home For Three Of Four November Contests

It wasn’t pretty, but the Atlanta Falcons finished up October with a 10-7 victory over the Tennessee Titans this past Sunday. Any road win is a quality win in the NFL, as the Falcons move to 6-1 overall, good for second place in the NFC South division behind the undefeated Carolina Panthers.

Looking over the schedule for the upcoming month of November, the Falcons have an opportunity to continue their winning ways. Their schedule doesn’t look too daunting, as Atlanta hosts the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to kick off the month, followed by a road game against the struggling San Francisco 49ers. After the Falcons’ bye week, they have back-to-back games at the Georgia Dome against the Indianapolis Colts and Minnesota Vikings.

Of the four games, the most expensive Falcons tickets on the secondary market are for their November 22nd home game against the Indianapolis Colts with an average ticket price of $177.49 and a get-in price of $47. has Atlanta parking starting from only $3 for fans attending the game in person. In fact, Georgia Dome parking for the three Falcons’ home games in November all start from only $3 and can be as close as ¼ mile from the stadium.

The least expensive Falcons game of the month is against the Buccaneers with an average ticket price of $122.82 and a get-in price of $31. The Buccaneers are coming off a crushing loss to the Washington Redskins, a game in which they led by 24 points in the first half.

That leaves two games in between the most expensive and least expensive games: November 8th against the 49ers on the road at Levi’s Stadium with an average ticket price of $157.90 with a get-in price of $54 and a Falcons home game against the Minnesota Vikings on November 29th with an average ticket price of $146.97 with a get-in price of $40.

Through seven games, the Falcons have yet to play they’re chasing atop the division in the Carolina Panthers. Atlanta has two dates against Cam Newton and the team’s stout defense in December only two weeks apart. The Falcons travel to Carolina on December 13th and then host the Panthers on December 27th in a stretch that may very well decide who takes the division crown this season.

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