Will The Chiefs Or The 49ers Cut The Cake Sunday Afternoon

Super Bowl Opening Night goes on Monday, Feb. 5, 2024, at Allegiant Stadium.
 Whether it’s the game itself, the commercials, or even the Taylor Swift/Travis Kelce phenomenon, interest in the Super Bowl is at an all-time high. And if someone wants to get into Allegiant Stadium to see the Chiefs and 49ers face off for the sport’s top prize, tickets prices are falling but they still better be ready to pay a premium.

As of Friday morning, the cheapest “get in the door” ticket available on Gametime sits at a hefty $6,132. That’s just for one. The most expensive ticket, which sits in the lower bowl near the 50-yard-line, will run a whopping $22,325.

Two days before Super Bowl LVII last year, SeatGeek listed the cheapest ticket available at $4,200.

This year’s game features the Kansas City Chiefs looking for the first-ever back-to-back NFL Championship. It would be the third under head coach Andy Reid and their fourth overall if the Chiefs – who are currently two-point underdogs – can win Sunday against the 49ers.

Ticket prices have continued to fall over the past seven days, with get-in prices sitting at over $9,000 a week ago. On Thursday morning, prices were down to just under $8,200.

For comparison, a brand-new couch and a 75-inch tv would run someone between $2,600 and $6,000, depending on the brands purchased.

Regardless of how someone chooses to enjoy the game, Super Bowl LVIII is set to kickoff Sunday at 5:30 p.m. inside Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada.

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