We’re now one week out from Super Bowl LI! Since the last update on Wednesday, there has been an increase in demand based on ticket sales from Massachusetts, surpassing ticket purchases made from Georgia, which may mean Patriot fans are more willing to make the trip to Texas. The least expensive ticket available has also dropped by $350 since last Friday and is now going for $2,200 in the Upper Corner section at NRG Stadium.
Stayed tuned to the StubHub Press Box for daily updates on ticket demand and prices from today up until the big game on Sunday.
To see a history of how demand and prices have moved, take a look at our past posts:
Super Bowl LI – NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas on February 5, 2017.
Least Expensive Ticket Available for Super Bowl LI right now is $2,200 in the Upper Corner section.
Super Bowl LI tickets have sold in the range of $1,950 to $15,432. Last year at this time, Super Bowl 50 ticket price range was between $1,040 and $27,983.
- Most Expensive Ticket purchased to date was for $15,432 in the Lower Prime section
- Least Expensive Ticket purchased to date was for $1,950 in the Upper End Zone
The Average Ticket Price to date for Super Bowl LI is $4,697, down nearly 11% from this time last year for Super Bowl 50.
Where are sales coming from?
There have been purchases made in 15 different countries from as far as Australia, Japan, and South Africa. After the U.S., sales from Mexico and Canada make up 6.6% of total ticket sales. Total international buyers make up 7.8% of total sales.
Top 5 Super Bowl LI Buyers by State:
New York: 4.1%
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