Happy Super Bowl week! We are less than seven days away from the big game and we’ve started to see ticket prices drop. The cheapest ticket available has dropped 11% to $2,780 since Friday and the average ticket price sold has dropped 5% down to $5,134. We’ve also seen a push from North Carolina buyers as their percentage of overall Super Bowl sales on StubHub has now slightly surpassed Colorado’s at around 9%. 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. Check back each morning as we’ll be updating this info every day now leading up to Sunday.
Super Bowl 50 – February 7th, 2016 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California
The Cheapest Ticket Available for Super Bowl 50 is $2,780
The Average Ticket Price Sold for Super Bowl 50 is: $5,134
- 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: 9%
New York: 5%
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