As the NFC and AFC Conference Championship games approach this weekend, NFL spectators are looking ahead at the best get-in prices for Super Bowl LIII on February 3.
We predict that if the Patriots win the AFC Championship game, we will likely see Super Bowl Prices drop. It’s a well-known fact that the Patriots are no strangers to Super Bowl glory; for the past decade we’ve seen Tom Brady and Bill Belichick live in the Super Bowl arena. While NFL nation isn’t rooting against the Patriots, they’ll likely need some incentive to buy tickets.
Although it inevitably makes for amazing TV ratings, having another Patriots Super Bowl will likely hurt profit margins for tickets. Pats fans will most likely not be willing to spend more money than usual on tickets to see them play again.
Despite the fact that the weather in Kansas City threatens AFC game attendance, our Patriots theory could take effect this Sunday. Analyzing prices for the AFC Championship verses the NFC Championship indicates that the demand for the Chiefs/Patriots game is much lower than the Saints/Rams game. See the cheapest get-in prices for the AFC Championship verses the NFC Championship below:
|AFC Championship Ticket Prices Vs. NFC Championship Prices By Site As Of 1/18/19|
|Website||AFC Championship||NFC Game Championship|
Current Super Bowl Get-In Prices
Currently, ahead of the pre-championship results, the best get-in price to Super Bowl LIII is available on TicketClub.com for $3,514.99. This is for a single seat in Upper Endzone 324, Row 32. The next best single ticket is available in the same section and row on ZeroMarkup.com for $3,563. Prices on these two websites are marked much less than on NFL On Location Experiences, StubHub and TicketMaster. Consumers can save anywhere between $621 and $1,885 by purchasing tickets on Ticket Club. See the most up-to-date get-in prices to Super Bowl LIII below:
|Best Get-In Prices For Super Bowl LIII By Site As Of 1/18/19|
|Website||Best Get-In Price|
|NFL On Location Experiences||$4,136|
Ticket prices will likely drop if the Patriots make it to the top two, while prices will remain the same or increase if the Kansas City Chiefs score a spot in the Super Bowl. We’ll look back at these current get-in prices after we discover the who the Super Bowl contenders will be to test this theory.