Super Bowl tickets to see the Los Angeles Rams take on the New England Patriots this weekend have slightly increased in price on the secondary market as game day approaches.
While the game did not seem particularly appealing to all NFL fans at first, an interest definitely spiked as the weekend nears, and all prices are based on supply and demand. Looking at the price analysis of the past week, Super Bowl prices have spiked (on average) by 15% across the secondary market, increasing the demand for entrance to the Mercedes Benz Superdome.
See the best get-in prices from Thursday, 1/24 compared to the most up-to-date prices as of Tuesday, 1/29 below:
Lowest Get-In Price As Of Thursday, 1/24/19 at 11:30 AM
|Website||Get-In Price For A Single Ticket|
|NFL On Location Experiences||$3,167|
Lowest Get-In Price As Of Tuesday, 1/29/19 At 11:30 AM
|Website||Get-In Price For A Pair|
|Ticket Club||$6,613.99 ($3,306.99 each)|
|ZeroMarkup||$6,735 ($3,367 each)|
|NFL On Location Experiences||$6,806 ($3,403 each)|
|StubHub||$7,591.36 ($3,795.68 each)|
|Ticketmaster||$7,908 ($3,954 each)|
The cheapest pair of tickets for the Super Bowl on Ticket Club have increased by $369 since last week. Over on Zeromarkup, the prices for a pair of tickets were bumped up by $395 since last week. Similarly, other secondary market prices have increased in the last five days as well.
Last Thursday, the best get-in price on the NFL’s On Location Experiences page was $3,167 for a single ticket. Now, the best get-in price for a pair has been marked up $236 for $3,403 each. Additionally, prices have significantly increased on StubHub by $762 and on Ticketmaster by $420.
Across the board, Patriots fans have stepped up as buyers, since normally this would be crunch time to secure tickets. If you’re still considering attending the game, there is plenty of inventory left available for Sunday’s match. To find the best deals for Super Bowl tickets, TicketClub.com continues to provide the lowest prices without any additional services fees. Fans won’t find better prices anywhere else to see their team play.
Last Updated on January 30, 2019 by Abby Richardson