Super Bowl Tickets May End Up As The Cheapest In 5 Years

The Denver Broncos have touched down in New Jersey to start preparation for the Super Bowl. The team isn’t the only thing coming down as the price of Super Bowl tickets has declined over the past week. Broncos fans looking to join Peyton Manning at MetLife Stadium could have the best opportunity to buy tickets right now.

The average price for Super Bowl tickets on the secondary market is $3,019.99, which is down 24.65% from the $4,007.73 price at 9am on Conference Championship Sunday. The get-in price has also dropped to $1,392 down 37.38% from $2,233 at that same 9am time before the Conference Championships. While the average listed price is still over $3,000, the average price of a purchased ticket is $2,862.26. Just last week, the average price was on pace to be one of the most expensive Super Bowls, the price could now lead this to be the cheapest Super Bowl since Super Bowl XLIII between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Arizona Cardinals in Tampa, Florida.

The cheapest available tickets in the Mezzanine level is $1,781, down 39.89% since Conference Championship Sunday. In the Lower level, the cheapest seat is going for $1,870, which is a 40.29% decrease from before the Broncos clinched their spot in the Super Bowl. The most expensive seat is available in the Lower Club for $25,700. For a better idea of these seats, check out TiqIQ’s MetLife Stadium seating chart.

Predictions for possibly inclimate weather may be keeping some fans away from attending the game, but there are suites available for a pretty expensive price. The most expensive suite is currently listed is $686,000, with the cheapest available at $238,000. Peyton Manning played in the last outdoor Super Bowl, although that game was played in Miami. The average price of the Colts-Saints Super Bowl was $3,509. Both Super Bowls Manning has participated in have been played in Miami, so this will be his first outside of Sun Life Stadium. Though both of those game were outdoors, the temperature was at least 60 degrees for both games.

Regardless of the price of the ticket, this Super Bowl has the potential to be one of the best played games in Super Bowl history. Manning threw all over the league during the regular season and matching up against the league’s best pass defense in the Super Bowl is just one of the intriguing aspects for Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium.

Also check out this article for all other events in NYC during Super Bowl week.

Topics: Denver Broncos, Seattle Seahawks, Super Bowl, Super Bowl XLVIII

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