Go see a Week 15 NFL game for $10 or less in Cleveland and Washington

Are you in the Cleveland or Washington D.C., area and interested in seeing a live NFL game on Sunday but can’t shell out more than $10?

Don’t worry, the secondary market has you covered.

There are plenty of cheap tickets available in Cleveland on Sunday, any takers? (Getty Images)

Tickets for Browns-Ravens and Redskins-Cardinals were shockingly low on StubHub.com two hours before kickoff.

(Via Stubhub.com)

Granted, the Browns aren’t the most exciting team in the league, but that’s great value to watch Josh Gordon torch defenses all day. And sitting sixth row at FedEx Field for what could be one of Kirk Cousins’ last home games in Washington is enticing — save for the fact that parking will likely cost quadruple what you pay for the ticket at best.

And, sure, it’s not the warmest of days in either city and there are plenty of more important matches in the early window of games this week, but it’s not like you can go see the new “Star Wars” movie for less $10.

All the other early games Sunday will cost you at least $40 on StubHub right now.

Of course, no one will blame you for staying away from the Browns or Cardinals.

Update: There weren’t many takers.

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Blake Schuster is a writer for Shutdown Corner on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at blakeschuster@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter!

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