Super Bowl Ticket Prices Move North of $4,000 Get-In Mark Super Bowl Ticket Prices Move North of $4,000 Get-In Mark
The ticket market for the NFL’s annual showcase continues to evolve with the playoffs underway, with Super Bowl LIV ticket prices beginning at just... Super Bowl Ticket Prices Move North of $4,000 Get-In Mark

The ticket market for the NFL’s annual showcase continues to evolve with the playoffs underway, with Super Bowl LIV ticket prices beginning at just above $4,000 according to analysis of several leading resale marketplaces as of Monday morning. Prices nudged slightly upward after a wild weekend, which saw the AFC’s top seed Baltimore Ravens knocked off at home by No. 6 seed Tennessee and its No. 2 seed Kansas City survive a huge early deficit to advance.

TicketClub.com, which offers tickets with no service fees for members, remains the least expensive option at $3,946 for a Super Bowl LIV ticket in the 300-level end zone. That’s more than $400 below the next-lowest price as of Monday January 13, which can be found at TicketsFeeFree.com.

TicketNews surveyed six of the top websites offering Super Bowl LIV tickets – comparing the “get-in” Super Bowl ticket price across all six. (For our purposes, the “get-in” price for Super Bowl LIV tickets is the full price for a single ticket, inclusive of all fees and delivery on that particular marketplace. That means, if a website has service fees that they don’t show until the last step in the purchase process, we include those fees in the price, even if they try to hide it until the consumer is already committed). We will be regularly looking at various aspects of Super Bowl LIV ticket prices throughout the coming weeks as the NFL playoffs wind on, from “get-in” prices, to prime seat prices, to suites and other VIP experiences available to those willing to shell out the price of admission to the annual spectacle that surrounds the NFL’s ultimate game.

DateNFL On LocationVivid SeatsTicket ClubStubHubMegaSeatsTickets Fee Free
16-Jan$5,630$5,812$3,708$6,660$4,332$4,189
Get-In Price Trend
15-Jan$5,630$5,046$3,708$6,660$4,332$4,189
14-Jan$5,218$4,611$3,946$6,755$4,610$4,493
13-Jan$5,375$4,635$4,086$6,410$4,773$4,458
10-Jan$5,120$4,635$4,034$6,105$4,712$4,436
9-Jan$5,120$4,635$4,034$6,105$4,712$4,436
8-Jan$5,212$4,635$3,845$6,105$4,492$4,230
7-Jan$5,212$4,639$3,845$6,105$4,492$4,344
6-Jan$5,212$4,639$3,846$6,105$4,494$4,346

So far, throughout our analysis of the marketplace, the best option for cheap Super Bowl LIV tickets – by a good margin – has been available to members at TicketClub.com – who can purchase a 300-level end zone seat for $3,946 total. Non-members would have to pay a service fee, but given that a membership can be purchased for $50 (and TicketNews readers can get a free membership), it’s still well ahead of the competition, price-wise. The opposite end of the spectrum is StubHub, which has its least expensive tickets going for $6,755 after fees. On Location is nearly as high, with a single seat available for $5,218 after fees are added.

Prices have nudged upward since we began our analysis of the Super Bowl LIV ticket price spectrum last week. The assumption is that, in terms of pricing, the market would stay the strongest if Kansas City and Green Bay were to advance to the big game – the two venerable franchises had the highest-priced regular-season game of the year, according to data provided by Ticket Club.  We’ll know for sure what things will look like in one week’s time, after the AFC and NFC champions are decided on Sunday afternoon.

NFL Championship Round Matchups:

Sunday, January 19
Tennessee Titans at Kansas City Chiefs (3:05 PM)
Green Bay Packers at San Francisco 49ers (6:40 PM)