Super Bowl Tickets: Here’s What You’ll Have to Pay

The average price for a ticket is just under $4,000

   

The Super Bowl XLVIII will feature the Seattle Seahawks squaring off against the Denver Broncos but how much do you have to pay for Super Bowl tickets?

super bowl xlviii 300x275 Super Bowl Tickets: Here's What You'll Have to PayTaking place at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ, this year’s NFL championship game will be the most expensive one yet. Super Bowl tickets are being sold at an average price of $3,935 with a low of $1,985 this year, according to Forbes. This is a significant increase from last year’s average price of $2,199.

Traveling Seattle and Denver fans will have to shell out a little extra for flights to the Super Bowl. Seattle Fans traveling on Thursday or Friday will pay anywhere between $458 and $1,171 for their flights while Denver fans will pay between $248 and $463.

Meanwhile, fans watching the game at home will pay their monthly cable bill along with any food and beverage costs to make their Super Bowl experience more enjoyable.

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