The showdown between the Eagles and Chiefs in Super Bowl LVII is just days away, and fans appear to be paying top dollar to see the “Big Game” in person.
With the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs, the top seeds of the AFC and the NFC survived the respective conference championship game. Two of the league’s most exciting quarterbacks meet for the Vince Lombardi Trophy.
Based on data from SI Tickets, demand for Super Bowl LVII hits an all-time high. The average ticket price is already in the five-digit range at $10,959.29, while the lowest price (for a seat in section 436) is $6,051. Last year’s Super Bowl in Los Angeles had a lowest price tag of just over $5,800, according to The Sporting News.
If you’re looking for a better view of the action than the upper deck, SI Tickets’ most expensive seat for the game costs a whopping $40,723 in Section 108, right in midfield.
This article was written by Kevin Sweeney
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The original of this article “A ticket to the football spectacle costs over 10,000 dollars” comes from Sports Illustrated Germany.