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Super Bowl LVI Ticket Price Tracker

How much does a ticket cost for Sunday’s Super Bowl between the Rams and Bengals in LA? Let’s crunch the numbers as they evolve throughout the week.

There hasn’t been a Super Bowl in Los Angeles since 1993. And given how long it’s been, the NFL and its fans are more than happy to make up for lost time. Just look at the ticket prices thousands around the country and the world are willingly paying on the secondary market this week for Feb. 13’s bang-bang affair at SoFi Stadium between the Cincinnati Bengals and LA Rams.

In the run up to the big game, we’re tracking the daily progression of the get-in price (the minimum total cost, including fees, to get through the gate and into the stadium), average price, and highest price using data provided by secondary market ticketing platforms.

Let’s jump in.

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What Do Super Bowl Tickets Cost?

Dollar figures via Seatgeek.

Saturday, Feb. 13: Day of Super Bowl LVI

Get-in price: $4,088
Change from previous day: UP 11.76%

Average price: $6,401
Change from previous day: UP 2.96%

Highest price: $29,600
Change from previous day: DOWN 7.38%

Saturday, Feb. 12: One Day Before Super Bowl LVI

Get-in price: $3,658
Change from previous day: DOWN 3.76%

Average price: $6,217
Change from previous day: DOWN 16.77%

Highest price: $31,960
Change from previous day: DOWN 12.29%

Friday, Feb. 11: Two Days Before Super Bowl LVI

Get-in price: $3,801
Change from previous day: DOWN 7.38%

Average price: $7,470
Change from previous day: DOWN 15.72%

Highest price: $36,440
Change from previous day: DOWN 66.19%

Thursday, Feb. 10: Three Days Before Super Bowl LVI

Get-in price: $4,104
Change from previous day: DOWN 13.03%

Average price: $8,863
Change from previous day: UP 2.12%

Highest price: $107,775
Change from previous day: Unchanged

Wednesday, Feb. 9: Four Days Before Super Bowl LVI

Get-in price: $4,719
Change from previous day: DOWN 15.76%

Average price: $8,679
Change from previous day: DOWN 16.74%

Highest price: $107,775
Change from previous day: Unchanged

Tuesday, Feb. 8: Five Days Before Super Bowl LVI

Get-in price: $5,602
Change from previous day: DOWN 5.89%

Average price: $10,424
Change from previous day: UP 7.71%

Highest price: $107,755
Change from previous day: UP 87.55%

Monday, Feb. 7: Six Days Before Super Bowl LVI

Get-in price: $5,953

Average price: $9,678

Highest price: $57,453

How Has the Super Bowl Get-in Ticket Price Grown in the Last 5 Years?

As noted by longtime columnist and broadcast personality Arash Markazi, the last five years of get-in prices at the Super Bowl have progressed like this:

Super Bowl LI (2017): $3,606

Super Bowl LII (2018): $4,228
Year over year change: UP 17.25%

Super Bowl LIII (2019): $3,895
Year over year change: DOWN 7.88%

Super Bowl LIV (2020): $6,796
Year over year change: UP 74.48%

Super Bowl LV (2021): $7,318
Year over year change: UP 7.68%

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