Super Bowl LVII tickets go through the roof with the cheapest listed at $5,710
Super Bowl LVII tickets go through the roof with the CHEAPEST listed at $5,710 in the hours after Eagles and Chiefs booked their spot… and some lower-tier seats are going for more than $37,000 for the Arizona showdown
Following the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles securing their places in the Super Bowl LVII, ticket prices for the game have skyrocketed on secondary marketplace TickPick.
As of Sunday night the cheapest ticket available through TickPick was for an eyewatering $5,710.
Of the 2,550 tickets the resale site had on sale, the average price was $9,825, while the most expensively-priced ticket was listed at $37,408.
Tickets offered by the NFL through its official hospitality partner ‘On Location’ were listed at the starting price of $5,867 dollars after taxes and fees are factored in.
The cheapest ticket price available on secondary for SB LVII market place TickPick is $5,710
The Eagles punched their ticket to the Super Bowl by winning the NFC Championship
Packages offered from On Location include access to pregame parties, experiences and events with appearances by NFL legends, the site explains.
Depending on the additions, the packages offered by On Location can go up to more than $30,000.
Ticket packages for next year’s Super Bowl in Las Vegas are being sold for similar value by On Location for a fully refundable deposit of $5,000.
Fans who chose deposit the required amount for next year’s tickets will receive early access to exclusive Super Bowl ticket and travel packages via a priority access presale.
The Chiefs will be trying to secure their third Super Bowl victory within the last three years. Kansas City won the 2019 Super Bowl against the San Francisco 49ers before falling to a defeat the following year to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2020.
Philadelphia, on the other hand, will be trying to go 2-2 in Super Bowl appearances within the last 10 years after they beat the New England Patriots to lift the Lombardi Trophy in 2017.
The Kansas City Chiefs later won the AFC Championship to advance to the Super Bowl