The Super Bowl is the National Football League championship game that matches up the champion from the American Football Conference against the champion of the National Football Conference. When then NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle helped create the Super Bowl, there is no way he could have guessed how big and important it would become.
While the teams and players have to work hard to get to the Super Bowl, the popularity of the game has made it difficult for many to get tickets to the game as well. The face value of tickets to the Super Bowl often exceed more than $1,000 apiece with hundreds of thousands vying for a limited amount of the seats. That demand lends itself well on the secondary ticket market, where demand helps drive ticket prices. For marquee match-ups, i.e. New England Patriots vs. New York Giants in 2008, ticket prices reach four to five times more than face value, and sometimes even more than that.
There is one big play left in overtime when it comes to a Super Bowl ticket snafu. A consumer protection lawsuit filed by Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson rages on a month after the Seahawks lost to the Patriots. The Seahawks did not respond to a pair of calls... Read more
Summarized by Warren Peterson, TicketNews Staff Tickets are now on sale for Bruno Mars’ full tour beginning on February 15th in Las Vegas. He will perform in much of North America, including Mexico City, Mexico. He will also be making a stop in Piscadera Bay, Curacao in the Caribbean.... Read more
At an average price of over $3,000, Super Bowl tickets are down almost 25% since the conference championships. At a get-in price of $1,400, we may be headed for the cheapest Super Bowl in five years. Even at these lower prices, though, this is still the biggest event in... Read more
SUPER BOWL TICKETS PLUMMET MORE THAN 10% DOWN TO $1,800 Contact Information Hallie Faulkenberry, Ticket Club™ Specialist 860-644-4000 x1224 Hallie.firstname.lastname@example.org SOUTH WINDSOR, CT – January 23, 2014 Tickets for this year’s Super Bowl at Met Life Stadium plummeted to close to $1,800 on the broker wholesaler market at approximately... Read more
For those looking to catch the Super Bowl match-up this Sunday between the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens, buyers may be rewarded for their patience. As the big game approaches, TiqIQ reports that ticket prices on the secondary market are dropping lower than they have in recent... Read more
Super Bowl 47 is this Sunday, February 3 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. The Baltimore Ravens will square off against the favored San Francisco 49ers. For those still looking to attend the game, TiqIQ has shown that ticket prices have fallen over the past week and are... Read more
The 2012 NFL regular season will kickoff Wednesday, September 5, but SB-Tickets.com is already preparing for Super Bowl XLVII slated for February 3, 2013 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. SB-Tickets.com is a leading source for Super Bowl tickets and access to parties, experiences, and accommodations. The Los... Read more
In the lead up to this weekend’s Super Bowl XLVI, tickets for the big game took over the top spot in TicketNews’ exclusive events rankings for the week ending Sunday, February 5. The championship game, which also took Lucas Oil Stadium to the top of TicketNews’ venues rankings for... Read more
The ticketing snafu at this year’s Super Bowl left hundreds of fans without seats for the big game. But, for one Fort Worth, TX ticket broker, it left him without a business. Cade Ingram, owner of Ticket Stock LLC, this week filed for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy as a result... Read more
Nobody knows when the Green Bay Packers will begin defense of their Super Bowl championship, but Packers fans will pay a bit more to see their favorite team once the 2011 (or 2012?) NFL season starts. The Packers, which became the lowest-seeded NFC team to ever win the Super... Read more