Whether going to see the game in person is within your means or just a pipe dream, you may be interested to know just how much it costs to attend Super Bowl LIV.
The lowest prices for tickets on most ticket sites will run you about $4,000 - $6,000 each, and these are just for seats in the nosebleed sections. According to ticketing platform SeatGeek, the demand for Super Bowl tickets is the highest it's been since the ticketing platform started keeping track in 2012.
Sideline seats typically range from $10,000 to $16,000, depending on how close you want to get to the action. The average ticket is selling for a whopping $5,706, according to the most recent data.
However, that price generally tends to fall as kickoff approaches and people become desperate to unload their tickets, so it may be in your best interest to hold off to get the lowest price possible. You can track resale ticket prices here.
If you are looking for pure luxury, you also have the option of purchasing a corner suite, seating up to 18 people. This will put you back $424,845, but you'll be right behind the end zone. Can't beat a view like that!
If you don't have $5,000 to cough up just now for tickets, there are some options out there. StubHub recently partnered with financial technology company Affirm Inc. to let customers but tickets to the Super Bowl on a payment plan.
U.S. customers will be able to pay off tickets, with interest, over a period 3, 6, or 12-months. Interest rates for tickets range from 10% to 30%.
In the end, it doesn't really matter how you decide to watch the game. Just be ready with wings, pizza, and a lot of pep to cheer on your team!
This article is continuously updated to reflect current ticket prices.
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