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The Cost of Superbowl Tickets

Super Bowl Ticket Prices

Even before the Super Bowl matchup is known each year, the tickets will always be sold out almost completely. This should make sense considering the large fanbase of the sport and the huge demand, especially after a couple of years of reduced capacity due to the pandemic.

The Super Bowl is considered one of the biggest sports events around the world and features an amazing matchup between the best two teams in the NFL that go head-to-head for the championship title and fame.

The Super Bowl will not only bring up the top two teams to play one against the other, but it will also be an opportunity for the biggest companies to show their best commercials and the halftime will usually be when all of the popular stars will come together to create a great show and amaze people.

You might also like our articles on the price of tickets for the NBA, Met Gala, or the Grammys.

Seeing the worldwide popularity of this particular game, you must understand why the price of the tickets will also be considerably higher than for a normal season game.

Below you will find everything there is to know about the Super Bowl ticket prices:

How much do Super Bowl Tickets Cost?

Super Bowl GameYou should find tickets to the official game on the official marketplace of the NFL, Ticketmaster, for a starting price of around $7,000, but depending on where you want to sit, the costs can go as high as $82,000 for the VIP seats.

SeatGeek will usually have prices anywhere between $6,500 and $8,000 per ticket, with the more expensive ones for the upper-level sections of the stadium.

The Super Bowl ticket packages you will find on the OnLocation website are anywhere between $6,000 and $26,000 per person depending on where you want to sit, with VIP sections being more expensive, of course.

You will also be able to get tickets to pregame and aftergame parties, open bars, NFL legend appearances, photo ops, premium cuisine, live entertainment, and more, if you go for premium services like those provided by OnLocation, VipConcierge, or similar websites, but the prices for full services will be, of course, considerably higher. These websites can even take care of your hotel accommodation in case you’re not able to do it yourself.

Do children need a ticket for the Super Bowl?

Yes, children will be required to get a ticket if they want to enter the stadium. In fact, anyone that wants to enter the stadium will need to have their own ticket for the game. This includes babies in the arms of parents.

To get a better idea of what to expect in terms of ticket prices for the Super Bowl, here are the ticket prices on third-party websites for the Super Bowl 56. The highest prices will give you access to the VIP area.

Cheapest tickets to Super Bowl 56

Website Price
NFL Ticket Exchange $6,750
StubHub $6,500
Vivid Seats $5,500
SeatGeek $6,000

Most expensive tickets to Super Bowl 56

Website Price
NFL Ticket Exchange $102,000
StubHub $100,000
Vivid Seats $98,000
SeatGeek $105,000

How much did Super Bowl tickets cost in 2021?

The year 2021 was expected to be the worst year in terms of attendance at the Super Bowl, mainly due to the global pandemic, but even so, the average price of the tickets was still somewhere around $6,000. There wasn’t any reported ticket sold for less than $4,000 regardless of the seating.

The History of Super Bowl Ticket Prices

Although it is pretty expensive nowadays to attend the Super Bowl, it wasn’t always like that. The table below will give you a general idea of the prices of the SuperBowl, according to a database created by StarTribune.com.

Year Super Bowl Cost Adjusted for inflation Matchup
2021 55 $4,000 $4,000 Chiefs vs. Buccaneers
2020 54 $3,488 $3,488 Chiefs vs. 49ers
2019 53 $2,557 $2,557 Patriots vs. Rams
2018 52 $2,500 $2,500 Eagles vs. Patriots
2017 51 $2,500 $2,500 Patriots vs. Falcons
2016 50 $2,500 $2,605 Broncos vs. Panthers
2015 49 $2,111 $2,000 Patriots vs. Seahawks
2014 48 $1,500 $1,582 Seahawks vs. Broncos
2013 47 $1,250 $1,339 Ravens vs. 49ers
2012 46 $1,200 $1,306 Giants vs. Patriots
2011 45 $1,200 $1,344 Packers vs. Steelers
2010 44 $1,000 $1,138 Saints vs. Colts
2009 43 $1,000 $1,168 Steelers vs. Cardinals
2008 42 $900 $1,052 Giants vs. Patriots
2007 41 $700 $853 Colts vs. Bears
2006 40 $700 $871 Steelers vs. Seahawks
2005 39 $600 $776 Patriots vs. Eagles
2004 38 $600 $799 Patriots vs. Panthers
2003 37 $500 $679 Buccaneers vs. Raiders
2002 36 $400 $557 Patriots vs. Rams
2001 35 $325 $458 Ravens vs. Giants
2000 34 $325 $475 Rams vs. Titans
1999 33 $325 $488 Broncos vs. Falcons
1998 32 $275 $420 Broncos vs. Packers
1997 31 $275 $426 Packers vs. Patriots
1996 30 $350 $559 Cowboys vs. Steelers
1995 29 $200 $328 49ers vs. Chargers
1994 28 $175 $295 Cowboys vs. Bills
1993 27 $175 $303 Cowboys vs. Bills
1992 26 $150 $268 Redskins vs. Bills
1991 25 $150 $275 Giants vs. Bills
1990 24 $125 $242 49ers vs. Broncos
1989 23 $100 $204 49ers vs. Bengals
1988 22 $100 $213 Redskins vs. Broncos
1987 21 $75 $166 Giants vs. Broncos
1986 20 $75 $169 Bears vs. Patriots
1985 19 $60 $140 49ers vs. Dolphins
1984 18 $60 $145 Raiders vs. Redskins
1983 17 $40 $101 Redskins vs. Dolphins
1982 16 $40 $105 49ers vs. Bengals
1981 15 $40 $113 Raiders vs. Eagles
1980 14 $30 $95 Steelers vs. Rams
1979 13 $30 $108 Steelers vs. Cowboys
1978 12 $30 $118 Cowboys vs. Broncos
1977 11 $20 $84 Raiders vs. Vikings
1976 10 $20 $89 Steelers vs. Cowboys
1975 9 $20 $95 Steelers vs. Vikings
1974 8 $15 $79 Dolphins vs. Vikings
1973 7 $15 $87 Dolphins vs. Redskins
1972 6 $15 $90 Cowboys vs. Dolphins
1971 5 $15 $93 Colts vs. Cowboys
1970 4 $15 $98 Chiefs vs. Vikings
1969 3 $12 $83 Jets vs. Colts
1968 2 $12 $87 Packers vs. Raiders
1967 1 $12 $90 Packers vs. Chiefs
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