You can browse a wide selection of Super Bowl LVII tickets at Ticketmaster, the Official Ticketing Partner of the NFL. Additional tickets may become available closer to the game, so keep checking back. On Location Super Bowl packages are available for purchase here.
The price of Super Bowl tickets often fluctuates drastically based on the game's location, the matchup, seat location, and date of purchase. Generally, the historical cost of the average super bowl resale ticket has ranged between $4,000 and $6,000.
Super Bowl tickets aren't like concert tickets. You can't camp out the night before or constantly refresh your computer screen waiting for them to go on sale. The system for distributing and selling Super Bowl tickets is closely controlled by the NFL, and the best way to get a ticket is either to be related to Patrick Mahomes or cough up a lot of money. Or both.
The Super Bowl is maybe the hottest ticket in entertainment. It's consistently the most-watched sporting event on television in the United States. The Super Bowl has become, for a long time now, a national spectacle, expanding to include days of special events in the host city. Ticket prices have expanded right along with it.
Until recently, regular football fans could enter a lottery to buy Super Bowl tickets at face value. But that lottery is mostly gone now, except for fans with disabilities. Now, whatever seats the NFL makes available are sold at a hefty face value through its teams, the league's official marketing partner or at a steep markup via ticket brokers on the secondary market.
In a normal year, the NFL distributes a certain number of Super Bowl tickets to each of the 32 NFL teams. Historically, the two teams playing in the Super Bowl split 35 percent of the tickets. Another big chunk goes to the host team; in 2023 that's the Arizona Cardinals, who welcome players and fans for the game Feb. 12, 2023.
Each of the other teams in the league receives a smaller share of the total ticket allotment. Every team figures out how to split up its tickets among coaches and players, other team personnel, team season-ticket holders and various other team loyalists.
Historically, about 25 percent of the tickets are held back for the league, which it distributes to its rich and powerful friends, leaving a very limited amount to sell to the general public through the NFL's On Location Experiences.
It should be clear at this point that getting Super Bowl tickets is incredibly difficult and prohibitively expensive. The only real options this year, and in most years, are to buy them online through the NFL or on the secondary or resale market.
Resellers like StubHub and SeatGeek work by connecting buyers with people who already have Super Bowl tickets. Most often the sellers are team season-ticket holders who won a chance to buy the tickets, at somewhere around face value, through a team lottery. They then turn around and put those tickets up for sale through StubHub or SeatGeek or others. (The sites take a cut of the sales price and sometimes charge fees.)
Ticket prices on the secondary, re-selling market do fluctuate. They tend to spike right after the conference championships and fall as Super Bowl game day approaches two weeks later. So, if you happen to live in or near the city where one of the conference title games is played, it might be smart to wait until the very end to snag a ticket. You just might score a relative \"bargain.\"
Super Bowl LVII tickets are revocable licenses that only grant a one-time entry into the stadium and a seat, or if specified on the ticket, a standing location, for the specified game (the \"Event\") with no right of re-entry. The person seeking entry pursuant to such license, and any accompanying minors (\"Holder\"), agrees that such license is subject to these terms (\"Terms\") and by purchase, acceptance and/or use of such license, Holder is deemed to have read the Terms and has agreed to be bound by them. Failure to comply with the Terms shall result in forfeiture of the license and all rights arising under it without refund and entitle the NFL to pursue all legal remedies available. Admission may be refused or revoked and Holder may be ejected in the NFL's sole discretion.
ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN. THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY if admission is refused or revoked, stadium capacity limitations result in ticket cancellation, or the Event is canceled and not rescheduled for any reason, or for any breach of the Terms, is a refund of up to the ticket price set by the NFL (\"Face Value\"). IN NO EVENT SHALL HOLDER BE ENTITLED TO ANY SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES OF ANY KIND INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY AMOUNT PAID IN EXCESS OF FACE VALUE FOR THE TICKET. ANY DISPUTE, CLAIM, OR CAUSE OF ACTION IN ANY WAY RELATED TO THE TICKET OR THE EVENT SHALL BE RESOLVED BY MANDATORY, CONFIDENTIAL, FINAL, AND BINDING ARBITRATION IN GLENDALE, ARIZONA. HOLDER AND THE NFL AGREE THAT ALL DISPUTES SHALL BE ARBITRATED ON AN INDIVIDUAL BASIS. HOLDER UNDERSTANDS, ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT THEY ARE WAIVING THEIR RIGHT TO A COURT OR JURY TRIAL AND ANY RIGHT TO LITIGATE OR ARBIRTRATE ANY CLAIM AS A CLASS ACTION, REPRESENTATIVE ACTION, OR CLASS ARBITRATION. IF HOLDER DOES NOT CONSENT TO THIS CLAUSE, HOLDER MUST LEAVE OR NOT ENTER THE STADIUM. THIS CLAUSE IS GOVERNED BY THE FEDERAL ARBITRATION ACT.
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Super Bowl LVI tickets are the most expensive Super Bowl tickets ever. CBS Essentials did some digging into the prices available at some of the biggest ticket resale outlets, including StubHub and Ticketmaster. We found that the cheapest seats at SoFi Stadium start at $5,000 after fees. Want to rub elbows with celebrities on the 50-yard line That will cost you a lot more, depending on what team you're rooting for, as you'll see ahead.
There are still Super Bowl tickets and Super Bowl tailgate tickets available at a small handful of outlets. But whether it's a seat in the stands at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, or a spot on the list at an official tailgate, fans looking for an in-person Super Bowl experience should expect to pay a lot of money.
The least expensive, in-person Super Bowl LVI experience will have you sitting in the upper-most stands of SoFi Stadium, furthest from the action, so sports fans will want to combine these tickets with a quality pair of binoculars for viewing the field. (You'll also need proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test to get in no matter where you sit.)
Note that the ticket prices listed do not include fees, which can add an additional $1,000 -- and in some cases, much more -- to the final price. Note that some seats require you to buy a block of two tickets or more.
Vivid Seats is offering the lowest price on nosebleed Super Bowl tickets that we have seen. The lowest priced individual tickets start around $4,400 and are located in the uppermost 500 section of SoFi Stadium.
If money is no object, there are some truly amazing seats still available for the Super Bowl. Unlike the seats above, which are located in the nosebleed sections, the most expensive Super Bowl LVI tickets put fans on the sidelines next to their favorite team's bench.
If you're a die-hard Cincinnati Bengals fan and want to splurge on Super Bowl tickets, we found a block of two to four tickets in Row 1 of VIP Section 113, directly in front of the Bengals team, for $46,466 each (plus fees) at Ticketmaster. Los Angeles Rams fans, meanwhile, can sit on the 50-yard line in front of the Rams bench for just $25,000 each (plus fees). 59ce067264