WASHINGTON (FOX 5 DC) - The Washington Redskins are in the midst of one of their worst seasons in recent memory – but at least die-hard fans can buy cheap tickets for Sunday’s game against the Detroit Lions at FedEx Field.
GameTime Tickets has upper-level tickets for as little $4 and, on Ticketmaster, they are currently available for as little as $6.
As of Thursday morning, dozens of tickets were available on Ticketmaster in the upper level for less than $10.
Vivid Seats tickets were similarly low priced, as were tickets from StubHub.
The Redskins are 1-9 on the season and have been outscored 253-125.
Their lone win came against the Miami Dolphins, who were winless going into the game, and are currently 2-8 on the season.
The Redskins’ season of futility stands in stark contrast to the success of some of Washington’s other teams.
A number of fans have laid the blame at Dan Snyder’s ownership.
According to DC 101, fans chanted “Sell the team” last week, and Loudoun County brewery Harpers Ferry recently launched a new beer branded “Sell the Team.”
Washington is 139-185-1 since Snyder – a lifelong fan – bought the team in 1999.