Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III (10) scrambles under pressure from Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Jason Hatcher (97) and linebacker DeMarcus Ware (94) during a game on Thanksgiving at Cowboys Stadium. Photo by Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports
LANDOVER, Md. (WUSA) -- Tickets for the regular season finale, pitting the Washington Redskins against the Dallas Cowboys, are selling quickly.
"It's the biggest thing we've seen in the Washington area," said broker Danny Matta of greatseats.com. "The tickets are drying up."
Thursday, standing room only tickets were priced at $300.
Some sideline seats are already on another online seller, stubhub.com, close to $10,000. Even parking passes for the now Sunday night game at FedEx Field are going at a higher-than-normal rate.
But some true fans refuse to sell, for now. Bryce Strahorn of Fairfax, Va., put a non-listing on Craigslist, telling sellers: "Stop talking about how this is the biggest game in a decade. Go to it. Support your team, instead of trying to make a few dollars."
Strahorn, whose brother is a Cowboys fan, wants to see as much burgundy and gold in the stands and hopes the Skins take the title of the NFC East Division champion.