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Study: Cardinals have 11th-cheapest ticket in NFL

Pedestrians walk outside of the University of Phoenix Stadium, Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2011, in Glendale, Ariz. NFL owners have awarded the 2015 Super Bowl to the Phoenix area on Tuesday. It will be the third time the area has hosted the football game, which will be played in Glendale. (AP Photo/Matt York)

Despite their recent run of success and being seen as a Super Bowl contender this season, the Arizona Cardinals are still managing to have a relatively cheap ticket.

A study done by VividSeats revealed that the median price for a ticket to a Cardinals game is $144, the 22nd cheapest ticket among all NFL teams.

University of Phoenix Stadium has four different groups of pricing for their games: Preseason, prime, premium and marquee. The two marquee games on the schedule are against the New England Patriots in Week 1 and the division rival Seattle Seahawks in Week 7. The median price of $260 for the home opener against New England is twice as much as four other games on the schedule.

Five of the eight games on the home schedule in the regular season are either premium or marquee. The three games under the cheapest group — prime — are against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Los Angeles Rams and New Orleans Saints.

The two most expensive teams for tickets are the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks.