The Kansas City Chiefs will play the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LVII. The match is scheduled to take place in Glendale, Arizona’s State Farm Stadium on Sunday, February 12, at 6:30 p.m. ET.

The Super Bowl is the championship game of the National Football League (NFL) in the United States. It is held annually on the first Sunday in February and is considered one of the biggest sporting events in the world, attracting millions of viewers and drawing the largest television audience of any American broadcast.

Super Bowl LVII ( Photo: Instagram/@nfl)

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The game features the top two teams in the NFL, with the winner being crowned the league champion for the season. The Super Bowl has also become a major cultural phenomenon, with events surrounding the game and its halftime show attracting as much attention as the game itself.


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Many questions about the cost of the major game’s tickets have been circling around all over social media. For the one’s who are thinking of going, they need to be prepared to spend a large sum. This time the average ticket cost is a little cheaper than it was for the game last year, which is fantastic news for ardent fans.

In accordance with the latest updates, Super Bowl LVII tickets are now available on the secondary market and the prices vary depending on the proximity to the field. The most coveted seats, located in the State Farm Stadium 100s section, are among the costliest on the market.

As per the data provided by leading ticketing platforms, the current average cost of a Super Bowl LVII ticket stands at $8,761, a slight dip compared to the average price of Super Bowl LVI tickets last year, which was $9,500.

The most expensive ticket on the secondary market, according to Gametime, is a seat in Row 4 behind the Eagles’ sideline, priced at a staggering $34,596. This price surges to an eye-watering $46,365 when fees are included. On the other hand, the cheapest ticket available is priced at $4,605 on Gametime, however, this price is exclusive of fees, and once included, the total comes to around $6,176.

Here is a breakdown of the most expensive ticket listings on various platforms:

Gametime: $34,596 ($46,365 with fees)

Stubhub: $33,249 (fees undisclosed)

Ticketmaster: $22,501 ($26,775 with fees)

TicketSmarter: $21,877 ($27,565 with fees)

SeatGeek: $20,813 ($27,303 with fees