Revenue / 01.23.20
Super Bowl 54 Could Have the Most Expensive Tickets in the Last Decade
CBS Miami (01/20/20)
Tickets for the Super Bowl between the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs run anywhere between roughly $4,460 and $25,500 on the primary market, while secondary market sellers are offering significantly different deals. As of Jan. 18, the average ticket price reported by SeatGeek's Super Bowl Resale Ticket Tracker was about $5,800. Tickets on SeatGeek range from $4,729 to $31,481, and from $5,040 to $17,000 on StubHub. Meanwhile, Vivid Seats' tickets range from $4,318 to $20,005. TicketIQ said their cheapest tickets cost $4,856 at the low end versus $28,110 in The 72 Club — with the average ticket going for $8,477. If these rates hold, 2020 could be the highest Super Bowl prices in the last decade. Although the average ticket price has contracted by an average of 12% over the last five years, prices have a better chance of rising than falling for the 2020 game. "With only about 3,000 tickets for sale to the public, prices will start to rise when quantity starts to thin out," says Ticket IQ.
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Tags: Sports , News , Stadium , Secondary Ticketing , NFL