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Prices up in secondary ticket market for Arizona Cardinals

It is a way to show the buzz building around the team.

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The Arizona Cardinals ended 2014 with bitter disappointment. There are big expectations for 2015. They have real hopes of competing for the Super Bowl. A postseason appearance is the minimum.

That excitement is showing in the secondary ticket market.

According to Forbes, ticket prices in the secondary market are up 7.5 percent over last season. Only one game has an average price of less than $100 -- the Week 4 home game against the St. Louis Rams.

The average price for a home game is $150.

What is the biggest game, based on demand? That would be the Week 16 contest against the Green Bay Packers, where the average price is over $280.

Yet, according to Vivid Ticket, the Cards still have one of the more inexpensive tickets in the league, coming in 12th in the league for the least expensive. Their number show the Cardinals median price for a home game is $141.