Super Bowl LVIII get-in ticket price stays around $6K

Feb 11, 2024, 7:12 AM

A video board displays logos for Super Bowl LVIII at Allegiant Stadium ahead of Super Bowl LVIII on...

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - FEBRUARY 08: A video board displays logos for Super Bowl LVIII at Allegiant Stadium ahead of Super Bowl LVIII on February 08, 2024 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Candice Ward/Getty Images)

(Photo by Candice Ward/Getty Images)

If you’re looking at the last minute to be inside Allegiant Stadium for Super Bowl LVIII, you’d best be ready to open your wallet really wide, with the cheapest price hovering around $6,000 a day before the Kansas City Chiefs face the San Francisco 49ers in Las Vegas.

Overall, this year’s Super Bowl is on track to be the most expensive ticket in NFL history.

“As we sit here on the Thursday before the Super Bowl, demand continues to rise … certainly, not compared to last year, we’re much higher than that,” Adam Budelli, spokesperson for StubHub, told Reuters. “The average ticket price sold is right around $8,600, which is in line and slightly above the LA Super Bowl two years ago. So currently, we are on the pace that this may end up being the most expensive ever, but it’s a little bit early to make that call.”

Late buyers might be encouraged by a slight dip Saturday in the average ticket prices after several days of steady increases, according to MSN’s review of various ticket re-sellers and data from TicketIQ.

But don’t get too excited — you’re still going to have to shell out the big bucks to see Patrick Mahomes, Brock Purdy and their teams.

As of Saturday, Business Insider reported the cheapest seat available was $5,726 through VividSeats, and at StubHub, the cheapest available — as part of a pair — was $6,083, down about $800 since Friday, after a few days of the exact opposite trend.

Having two of the most popular and successful teams in the league face off helps the interest, as does the location. Las Vegas is hosting the Super Bowl for the first time.

–Field Level Media

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