Tight end Tony Gonzalez #88 of the Atlanta Falcons tries to break the tackle of defensive back Atari Bigby #27 of the Seattle Seahawks during play at CenturyLink Field on October 2, 2011 in Seattle, Washington. in the background is quarterback Matt Ryan #2 of the Atlanta Falcons. (Stephen Brashear/Getty Images)
ATLANTA (WXIA) - Although tickets for Sunday's big Falcons-Seahawks NFC Divisional Playoff game are sold out, ticket brokers like Empire Tickets and StubHub have tickets remaining for the fan that really wants to get to the game live.
Ticket prices are running as low as $75 for upper level tickets, while prime lower bowl tickets have been showing up for more than $500. Club level seating is also still available for fans running from about $400, and going upward from there.
Empire Tickets says fans can call 404-467-0227 or to go online at http://www.empiretickets.com/, while StubHub invites fans to visit http://www.stubhub.com/.
Keep in mind that with after-market ticket brokers, ticket prices can change rapidly, so the earlier you get in to get your tickets, the more likely you'll be able to get tickets for a good price.