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Get-In Ticket Price for Super Bowl Plunges 30%

  • Fans can get in the building for around $4,200 as of Friday.
  • The most recent average ticket price is $6,783 — just barely ahead of last year’s average of $6,750.
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As the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles prepare for the big game at State Farm Stadium, Super Bowl tickets are becoming more affordable.

Since last Sunday night, the get-in price for the title game has reportedly dropped 30% from nearly $6,000 to around $4,200, per data from multiple secondary ticket markets.

An influx of ticket supply has this year’s Big Game possibly trending toward being one of the cheaper editions in recent memory.

  • The inventory of tickets available increased from 2,600 on Saturday to 3,400 on Tuesday, driving prices down.
  • The most recent average ticket price is $6,783 — just barely ahead of last year’s average of $6,750.
  • Average prices for Sunday were around $9,000 in the immediate aftermath of the conference championship games.

This year’s game is still currently the fifth-most-expensive Super Bowl ever tracked by online marketplace TicketIQ — though it was second for most of the last week-and-a-half.

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The increase in supply could be related to the NFL’s renewed focus on stopping counterfeits.

The league switched to all-digital tickets at last year’s Super Bowl to combat scammers and scalpers — who may have moved to the traditional online markets.

“You can’t go to these dodgy websites and think you’re going to get legitimate tickets,” Jim Mancuso, director of the DHS’s National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center, told FOS. “You need to be a smart consumer.”

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