Average Super Bowl Ticket Prices Reach an All-Time High Ahead of Chiefs vs Niners Matchup

David Kaestle
Patrick Mahomes and Jimmy Garoppolo during Super Bowl opening night.
Patrick Mahomes and Jimmy Garoppolo during Super Bowl opening night. / Michael Reaves/Getty Images

The Super Bowl is the biggest event of the year in America, every year, in many ways. First and foremost, in total viewership. No other program on TV, year in and year out, has more viewers than the Super Bowl, and it's been that way for decades with few exceptions (famously, the M*A*S*H finale).

The other reason is the ticket price to get into the event, with average prices soaring well into the four figures, and now this year, getting within shouting distance of that mythical five-figure number.

Price of Super Bowl Tickets

This year, the average price for a Super Bowl LIV ticket has reached $8,940, which officially makes it the most expensive Super Bowl to attend of all time by that standard.

Brett Goldberg, CEO of TickPick, told Yahoo Sports recently that “typically what we see is once the teams get announced, a lot of sales happen, and then the prices start to decrease. This time we have not seen any decrease yet, it’s historic highs.”

Most Expensive Super Bowl Tickets

In terms of the most expensive ticket to Super Bowl LIV, looking through StubHub, Seat Geek and TickPick, the most expensive ticket available is row 1 in the 72 Club, which sits right at the 50-yard line. Those are going for $49,000 per ticket.

Cheapest Super Bowl Tickets 2020

On the other end of the spectrum, the cheapest ticket we found comes in at just over $4,600.

So regardless of where you want to sit in the stadium, its going to cost you a whole lot of cash to reserve your seat, in the front row or the last. And this year, it's the most expensive in history.

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