After holding strong all day on Monday at around $5,000, get-in prices for Super Bowl LII tumbled come early Tuesday. As of 10:00 AM, fans can now find a pair of tickets to the big game between the Patriots and Eagles on February 4 for as little as $3,726 per seat on Ticket Club– down nearly $500 from 5PM Monday.
That price drop is valid across all the major marketplaces, as slower than hoped-for sales on the usual brisk Monday after the conference championships caused those listing tickets to implement an across the board drop. The get-in price on Ticketmaster (approximately -$1,500), StubHub and Vivid Seats (-$1,600) is even more dramatic than on Ticket Club, though the members of that service fee-free secondary marketplace still get the best price by more than $500.
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Despite the initial drop, mid-afternoon comparisons show Ticketmaster+, Stubhub and Vivid Seats cheapest tickets on an apparent upward trend.
Ticket Club’s best get-in price is for a pair of tickets in Section 302, Row 28. StubHub’s offering is also in Section 302, but down in Row 14. Ticketmaster+ and Vivid Seats both offer as their best a pair of tickets in Section 317, Row 14. Interestingly, StubHub and Ticket Club both offer a pair in the same location, allowing for a full apples-to-apples comparison point. The eBay-owned ticketing giant comes in between TM+ and Vivid for those seats, which would be $4,289 after fees. Ticket Club, once again, comes out far ahead, with members able to purchase those seats for $3,871
The upper end of the price spectrum is still packing a punch, as a platinum package in the Delta Sky 360 Club – which includes an all-inclusive pregame party, all-inclusive patio pass and on-field access after the final whistle as well as hotel for the full weekend – is listed for $37,755 for a pair on Ticket Club. StubHub has a group of similarly-located tickets with the same amenenties with an $80,000 asking price.
We’ll continue monitoring the prices throughout the day while the market continues to fluctuate and fans decide whether or not to pull their trigger on the trip to Minneapolis.