Be sure to get your New England Patriots playoff tickets before you’re priced out by Tom Brady’s retirement announcement, Pats fans.
Did the above sentence make you cringe? It should, because while Brady has been steadfast in his desire to play “until he’s 45,” father time is undefeated and one of the 41-year-old’s key weapons in Rob Gronkowski sadly looks to be running around more like a plodding Jason Witten in his twilight rather than the most dynamic and productive tight end weapon of all time.
None of this core is getting any younger, and Brady could surely decide to call it quits before anybody realizes. What better time to do so than ahead of another Super Bowl appearance that would give the rest of his teammates inspiration (and urgency) to win one more with the greatest quarterback of all time before experiencing a seismic shift in their future playoff and Super Bowl odds?
Prices for Super Bowl tickets in recent years suggest that if the Patriots are involved – which has been as sure a bet that could have been made over the last five years as any – the cost to get in will be higher than if any other team, let alone AFC team, were playing in the championship. We at TickPick have had the firsthand knowledge stemming from our recent experiences working three of the last four Super Bowls where we were told in person by Patriots fans that they didn’t know if they’d be witnessing the last Super Bowl of the Brady and Belichick era, which is why they were willing to spend big.
This doesn’t exclude the Divisional and Championship rounds of the playoffs, as Patriots playoff tickets in general are the highest of any NFL team each year. Fans who can’t quite afford to make the trip to the big game spend big on the divisional and AFC Championship games to compensate.
This surely is what can prop up ticket prices, and with each passing year, it becomes more likely that Brady’s play will fall off (as evidenced by his numbers taking a dip in 2018 pretty much across the board, including throwing the most interceptions  since 2013). While we’d normally say that fans can wait until prices come down for the Super Bowl, such is not the case with the Patriots, as each playoff round further that they advance brings prices up another level as nervous New Englanders fear being priced out.
Rest assured, with the combination of factors such as the Patriots fanbase traveling very well, the Patriots fanbase generally being a wealthy one, and the Patriots facing a near-future without Tom Brady – making this perhaps their last Super Bowl run – prices for Tom Brady’s last playoff run will be the highest we’ve ever seen at each stage
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