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Super Bowl Tickets Continue To Rise, Currently Most Expensive Game Since 2010
By SP_COP on January 23, 2015 | From www.forbes.com
Super Bowl Tickets Continue To Rise, Currently Most Expensive Game Since 2010 There’s no deflating the price of Super Bowl tickets on the secondary market. In past years, the average price of Super Bowl tickets spikes shortly after the Conference Championship games and starts to fall as the game gets closer. That has not been the case this year as the average price has risen each day since Sunday on the secondary market. At its current price, Super Bowl XLIX is the most expensive Super Bowl TiqIQ has tracked over the past six years.

Currently the average price for Super Bowl XLIX tickets is $4,675.99. That price is 22.92% above the average price of Super Bowl XLVIII at this point last year. It is also is 10.9% above the final average price of Super Bowl XLVI, which is the only Super Bowl TiqIQ has tracked since 2010 to finish with an average price exceeding $4,000.

While the average price keep rising on the secondary market, the get-in price has remained constant. The least expensive ticket is listed at $2,100, which would be the third most expensive get-in price over the past six Super Bowls. Two Super Bowls since 2010 have featured a get-in price of at least $2,000, Super Bowl XLVIII had a get-in price of $2325 and Super Bowl XLV between the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers had a low price of $2,260....
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