As of Wednesday morning, a ticket to get in to U.S. Bank Stadium on Super Bowl Sunday will run consumers roughly $4,000. The cheapest offerings from Ticketmaster, Vivid Seats and Stubhub all hovered around $4k at 10:oo AM, a significant drop from initial prices in the $5000-6000 range Monday, but not exactly the best deal on the market either. Secondary seller Ticket Club, which eliminates hefty service charges for its members, guarantees a seat for roughly $3500.
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Throughout the week, price comparisons across the aforementioned sites have showed a steady decline. Fans that opt to buy now via Ticketmaster will have saved nearly $2000 more than those who rushed to secure a seat only 48 hours ago, though Ticket Club would save buyers upwards of another $1000 with a set percentage of the cost in service fees taken away.
With a decreasing price trend apparent, will more football fans decide to wait it out and give into a last-minute impulse buy tickets?Or is a price spike in the cards as more seats continue to go for cheap? 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.