The NFL has been exploring the possibility of moving a franchise across the pond to London for some time now, but with this demand, they may be moving Jacksonville’s ass to Germany instead.
The Buccaneers and Seahawks will kickoff in Munich next season, marking the first NFL game on German soil.
While many Munich residents will be watching on their television sets, a few lucky – and we mean lucky – Germans will be in attendance, and they’ll be shelling out big Bucs (no pun intended) to do so.
Tickets hit the general public market Tuesday and over 2 million buyers hopped in the queue to purchase seats to a stadium holding a mere 75,000.
As for the prices with the demand so high, the cheapest seats were hovering around just north of $600 and the most expensive were topping out around $34,000.
Keep in mind you could buy round trip tickets to cross the Atlantic and watch every single Bucs or Seahawks game in person next season during 16 American vacations for that price.
The Munich game is part of the NFL’s expanding International Series, which will also feature three games in London and one in Mexico City this upcoming season.