We’ve made it! After a great Manning/Brady showdown and an impressive performance by the Panthers, we’re down to two teams. The cheapest ticket available has dropped only a bit and the average ticket price sold has dropped by 31% compared to last week. This might continue as more inventory starts coming into the market.
We’re also starting to see each contender’s market get involved with 6% of sales coming from Colorado and 5% from North Carolina. Expect those numbers to increase this week as more buyers start to figure out their travel plans. Also, someone with deep pockets purchased two Lower Prime Club Level tickets for $27,983 each. To see a history of how demand and prices have moved, take a look at our past posts:
Below are the updated Super Bowl 50 numbers. We’ll be updating these numbers regularly as we get closer to the big game.
Super Bowl 50 – February 7th, 2016 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California
The Cheapest Ticket Available for Super Bowl 50 is $3,810
The Average Ticket Price Sold for Super Bowl 50 is: $5,461
- Average for Super Bowl XLIX in Glendale (2/1/15 Patriots-Seahawks): $4,222
- Average for Super Bowl XLVIII in New York (2/2/14 Seahawks-Broncos): $2,516
Tickets for Super Bowl 50 have sold for in the range of $1,222 to $27,983.
- The least expensive ticket was $1,222 for a seat in Upper Sideline.
- The most expensive ticket was $27,983 on the Lower Prime Club.
Tickets for Super Bowl XLIX in Glendale last year sold in the range of $856 – $19,000
Cheapest ticket purchased last year was on 1/26 at 8:00pm (PST)
Current Buyer Geo for Super Bowl 50 (% of where sales are coming from)
North Carolina: 5%
New York: 4%
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