The Super Bowl is the National Football League championship game that matches up the champion from the American Football Conference against the champion of the National Football Conference. When then NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle helped create the Super Bowl, there is no way he could have guessed how big and important it would become.

While the teams and players have to work hard to get to the Super Bowl, the popularity of the game has made it difficult for many to get tickets to the game as well. The face value of tickets to the Super Bowl often exceed more than $1,000 apiece with hundreds of thousands vying for a limited amount of the seats. That demand lends itself well on the secondary ticket market, where demand helps drive ticket prices. For marquee match-ups, i.e. New England Patriots vs. New York Giants in 2008, ticket prices reach four to five times more than face value, and sometimes even more than that.

Maryland Man Caught Selling Fake Super Bowl Tickets, Faces Prison
Super Bowl tickets are pretty hard to come by – with “face value” having little to no meaning and get-in prices this year around $3,000 a seat – but when a Maryland man was caught with fake tickets and an intent to sell, he was forced to pay an... Read more
New Jersey Supreme Court To Examine Legality of Super Bowl Holdbacks
The question of Super Bowl tickets – specifically those for the 2014 game held at New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium – will be taken up by the New Jersey Supreme Court, according to an article in the New Jersey Law Journal. At question is whether or not a state law... Read more
Philadelphia Fans Swarm Super Bowl LII, According to Sales Data
Super Bowl LII is in the books, and the Philadelphia Eagles are NFL champions.The victory was a first in the Super Bowl era for the Eagles, who last captured a league crown in 1960 – seven years before Super Bowl I. It was their first win in the league’s... Read more
Super Bowl Performances Help Drive Justin Timberlake, Pink Concert Sales
It’s no secret that Super Bowl Sunday is one of the most influential days in sports and pop culture. It also appears to be just as influential when it comes to ticket sales, too. Last minute buyers kept Super Bowl LII the best-selling event on TicketClub.com yesterday — a... Read more
Super Bowl LII Ticket Market Remains Strong With Get-In Near $3,000
It’s the big day. Super Bowl LII, where we’ll either see another jewel in the crown of the dominant New England Patriots, or a first-ever Super Bowl victory for the Philadelphia Eagles. Tickets are still available – resellers are set up on site with local pick up options, hoping... Read more
Super Bowl LII Ticket Prices Hanging Tough in $3K Range, $4,800 Average
For fans of the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles, the wait is nearly over – but the excitement is just coming into focus for the Super Bowl LII ticket price final stretch. With just north of 48 hours until kickoff on Sunday, prices continue to hold strong at... Read more
Rock Concerts Dominate Secondary Market Sales
Continuing the routine dominance that has been apparent the past few days, Super Bowl LII and Elton John’s Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour were the overwhelming best-sellers yesterday, according to TicketClub.com. Sunday’s deciding game between the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles remained the No. 1 seller. Rock concerts... Read more
Super Bowl LII Ticket Prices Take a Tumble Overnight
Just when we were talking about how Super Bowl LII ticket prices had rebounded and stabilized at what would be a record-high for the secondary market, the “get-in” figure took a steep tumble overnight, setting in the $3-4,000 range per ticket on most major marketplaces after all fees are... Read more
Market Heat Report: Boston Concerts Climb to Top
Local Patriots fans may not be jumping on Super Bowl LII tickets the way Philly fans are, but they are certainly eager to see top-notch concerts heading their way. Upcoming Boston area concerts from Billy Joel and Elton John trailed the Super Bowl to claim the No. 2 and... Read more
NFL-Aided Super Bowl Scarcity Could Be Bolstering Secondary Market
An interesting thought just occurred to us as we continued to monitor the resale marketplace for Super Bowl LII as the game approaches on Sunday in Minneapolis. It’s entirely possible that the record-high prices we’re seeing on the secondary marketplaces are due in large part to the NFL pulling... Read more