Super Bowl tickets are out there and they will literally cost you an arm and a leg.
In the hours after the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles won their conference championship games to form the Super Bowl LVII matchup, the average ticket price on the secondary market was $9,825. The cheapest ticket, or get-in price, was $5,663, according to TicketIQ.
The Super Bowl is set for State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, on Feb. 12th. The eagles got there by destroying the 49ers while the Chiefs are making their third Super Bowl appearance in four years after hitting a game-winning field goal to defeat the Bengals.
“And with Super Bowl LVII set, the get-in price is set too,” Yates wrote on Twitter. “The least expensive ticket to attend the Super Bowl is on Tick Pick. Initial get-in price: $5,778 (no fees). Chiefs vs. Eagles for the Lombardi Trophy.”
Mick Akers of the Las Vegas Review-Journal also chimed in.
“TickPick has Super Bowl tickets starting at $5,740, with the average price of $9,801,” Akers wrote on Twitter. “They currently have 2,550 tickets available on their no fee secondary marketplace.”
Those ticket prices don’t include travel and hotel costs for fans as well. Not to mention, the parking at the stadium and trying to get food and drinks. It is going to cost a ton just to enjoy your day at the Super Bowl.
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