Who Dey Nation pays the least to see a win in the Jungle compared to the rest of the NFL, according to a report.
Cincinnati fans paid on average $204.40 to see a Bengals' win inside Paul Brown Stadium, the lowest in the league, according to NerdWallet.com.
The report used home game ticket prices in the secondary market for each of the NFL's 32 teams and compared each team's win-loss record in recent seasons.
Result? The Bengals are the best bargain in the NFL. Below is the full description of the Bengals from NerdWallet:
"The Cincinnati Bengals are in the top third of all NFL teams when it comes to home victories — winning 66% of their home games since 2011. Despite this, the average home game ticket price of $134 is the fourth lowest of all teams, making the Bengals the best bargain in the NFL on the resale market when it comes to ticket cost relative to winning percentage."
The Chicago Bears' fanbase is the group that has to pony up the most dough to see a win. A wallet-thinning $663.57 to see win at Soldier Field.