After winning their respective Conference Championship matchups, the Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Rams will collide at SoFi Stadium for Super Bowl 56 on Sunday, Feb. 13.
Fans hoping to grab a seat at the NFL's annual finale better be ready to open up their wallets. As of Monday, Jan. 31, ticket prices are already extremely expensive and will only go up during the lead-up to Super Bowl LVI.
2022 Super Bowl 56 Ticket Prices
NFL insider Adam Schefter reported Sunday night that the cheapest available Super Bowl 56 tickets on TickPick were listed at $6,434 — without fees.
There are a few "cheaper options on Tick ick as of Monday morning. The current cheapest ticket costs $5,450 and is located adjacent to the end zone in the 500-level.
When it comes to the more expensive options, a majority of the 100-level tickets are starting around $20,000. Those prices continue to increase when it comes to the VIP options, with the top price maxing out at over $64,000.
While the above tickets are certainly expensive, those options don't compare to the asking price of a suite on TickPick. A suite that can hold 12 people is listed at $912,475. That works out to just over $76,000 per person, assuming that a dozen fans do fill the suite.
If these ticket prices are this expensive one day after the Super Bowl 56 matchup has been confirmed, only time will tell how much the cost will rise over the next two weeks.
The Rams are currently the 4-point favorites over the Bengals, according to FanDuel Sportsbook's latest Super Bowl 56 odds.
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Devon Platana is not a FanDuel employee. The views expressed in his articles are the author's alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of FanDuel.