The Average Price of a Super Bowl Ticket Is…

…Way more than you can afford.

Outdoors or not outdoors, it’s no surprise a New York-area Super Bowl was going to be ridiculously expensive. But this expensive?

According to ticket resale service SeatGeek, as of Monday the average price for a ticket to this year’s Super Bowl is $3,721. By comparison, the day after the conference championship games two years ago, the average price of a ticket for that year’s Super Bowl in Indianapolis was about $400 cheaper.

Though that’s apparently going to fall a bit, the “Commissioners Club Suite” will cost anywhere from “$842,000 to more than $1 million,” according to the Morning Call. 

[Morning Call]

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  • Denise Rambo

    I know a couple who won a contest quite a few years ago that not only included tickets to the game but airfare and accommodations for the weekend as well as invitations to several “official” Super Bowl functions. They went on the trip, attended all of the extraneous parties, etc. and sold the tickets to the game. They had a wonderful weekend trip full of once-in-a-lifetime experiences AND pocketed a nice chunk of change.