TicketNews Reports Comparative Pricing on Super Bowl Tickets TicketNews Reports Comparative Pricing on Super Bowl Tickets
Super Bowl LI kicks off in Houston’s NRG Stadium on Feb. 5 featuring the AFC’s New England Patriots versus the NFC’s Atlanta Falcons. Regardless... TicketNews Reports Comparative Pricing on Super Bowl Tickets

Super Bowl LI kicks off in Houston’s NRG Stadium on Feb. 5 featuring the AFC’s New England Patriots versus the NFC’s Atlanta Falcons. Regardless of which teams perform each year, there is no doubt that tickets to this sporting event are a hot commodity, and an expensive one at that.

Different sites boast different ticket prices and fees, and with a varying exchange rate there is more room for shopping than ever before. Shopping on each site has shown that TicketClub.com has the lowest prices on all event tickets, charging the least for big events like the Super Bowl.

As far as price comparisons go, (as of Monday 1/23) StubHub lists its cheapest ticket for $4,331, while Vivid Seats lists theirs for $4,275, and TicketMaster lists theirs for $4,440. In comparison to these prices, the cheapest ticket via TicketClub is $1,000 cheaper than its competition at $3,671. Purchasing tickets on StubHub as opposed to TicketClub will feature a 17% increase in price, and purchasing tickets on Vivid Seats compared to TicketClub will feature a 16% increase in price, while TicketMaster boasts a 20% increase on Super Bowl tickets over TicketClub. Finally, NFLonlocation.com features a 62% increase with their cheapest ticket selling for $5,949.

 

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As of last week, (Monday 1/16) the price comparisons were relatively similar with StubHub selling its cheapest Super Bowl ticket for $3,783, while Vivid Seats offered its cheapest ticket for $4,615, TicketMaster was selling its cheapest ticket for $4,779, and TicketClub was selling its cheapest ticket for $3,820.

By eliminating all service fees, TicketClub is able to deliver Super Bowl tickets to its members with drastic savings. “This proves that the official sites like NFLonlocation.com often charge more than the secondary market, which reaffirms the need for a free market in ticket pricing.” Says TicketClub CEO Don Vaccaro.

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TicketNews Staff