Super Bowl ticket prices continue to rise.
The price of Super Bowl tickets are seemingly continuing to rise with no spike in sight after Conference games as the figures fail to fall as the game approaches this year, according to Forbes.
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The current average price for tickets to the showpiece finale are set at $4,675,99 – which is a starling 22.92% above the average price of tickets for the same event last year, and 10.9% of Super Bowl XLVI three years ago.
However, those fees are set for the secondary market, whereas the prices for general sale are set at $2,100 at their cheapest.
See the breakdown below to see how the price increase breakdown.
Since both Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots have been involved in recent Super Bowls, there had been concerns that fans wouldn’t be as eager to fill the demands for tickets this year.
There is still a possibility that prices will start to drop during the week of the game, but the average drop is still likely to be less than similar events of recent years.