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The New England Patriots are in the AFC Championship Game for the first time since 2007, and they’ll be hosting the game at Gillette Stadium on Sunday, January 22 for a chance to compete in Super Bowl 46 at Lucas Oil Stadium. Their opponent has yet to be decided, and won’t be until after tomorrow’s Baltimore Ravens vs. Houston Texans game, which most experts agree will be won easily by Baltimore. Regardless, if you are planning to watch Tom Brady sling passes live and in-person during the AFC Championship Game at Gillette Stadium, you can now officially purchase Tickets to the game.

New England Patriots AFC Championship Game Tickets

The Patriots had yet another successful year during the 2011 regular season, compiling a 13-3 record while capturing the AFC East division title and homefield advantage throughout the 2012 NFL Playoffs. They had a first-round bye, then hosted Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos on Saturday evening. Bill Belichick had the Pats defense ready for the Tebow magic, and the game got out-of-hand quickly as the Patriots snapped out of their recent postseason malaise. Rob Gronkowski was the unquestioned MVP of the game, racking up 97 yards and three touchdowns in the first half alone.

Be it the Ravens or Texans that comes into Foxborough next Sunday, Tickets to the AFC Championship Game will be in very high demand. New Englanders are passionate about their Patriots, and the impending cold weather won’t prevent them from selling out Gillette Stadium. Many fans searching for Patriots AFC Championship Game Tickets are turning to the secondary ticket market, where prices are currently starting around $200. The secondary ticket market can be very fickle, and some postseason games this year have seen prices dip below $100 by game day, but don’t expect that to be the case this weekend, not with a trip to Super Bowl 46 on the line.

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