The Super Bowl LIV is fast approaching, and this means more fans rushing to buy tickets to the biggest American Football event of the year. As of this writing, the average ticket resale price for this Sunday’s game is north of 6,485 USD. The Hard Rock Stadium in Miami is about to host a historical game as this year’s ticket prices surpassed last year’s Super Bowl LII that featured the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams.
With prices upwards of 6,000 USD and could even surpass the 7,000 USD mark as the event inches closer, this is the most demand seen by a Super Bowl event. Several parameters affect this price surge, including the attractive location in Miami, a significantly low-capacity stadium, and two massive fan bases that haven’t seen the light of the Super Bowl in a while.
The previous title holders for the most expensive NFL Super Bowl on record was between the Patriots and the Eagles in 2018. Average ticket sales for that match was at 5,300 USD.
At present time, the cheapest ticket available for the 54th installment of the Super Bowl is nearly 6,000 USD, while the most expensive ticket can set you back 39,000 USD.
Although it has been common for ticket prices to dip as kickoff approaches, this year’s Super Bowl remains on a positive trend. Average price is two percent higher than it was when the 49ers faced the Chiefs. In contrast, prices dipped six percent by the same measure just last year.
An estimated 11 percent of the ticket demand comes from Kansas City, while San Francisco holds second place in the metro area at 10 percent, and Miami holds the third spot at six percent, and lastly, New York at five percent.
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