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Want to Watch Seahawks in Person This Weekend? Open Your Wallet!

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Seahawks fans wanting to travel to Washington, D.C. for Sunday's playoff game against the Redskins are finding out it is going to cost a pretty penny to watch the game in person.

The game is officially sold out. Tickets are available only through wholesalers, agencies and other individuals. The Seattle Times reported ticket prices start at $175, and lower level midfield seats are well over $500. A roundtrip flight to Washington, D.C. was going for around $900 on Wednesday.

This weekend marks the third straight playoff game in which the Redskins have faced the Seahawks. Seattle won the first two back in 2005 and 2007.

(with some information form The Associated Press)

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