Super Bowl Tickets 2020
By Michael Luciano
The San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs have been confirmed as the two participants in Super Bowl LIV. Seeing these two go to war live, however, is going to cost you more than a little bit of dough.
Currently, the cheapest ticket you can find is $3,200 on SeatGeek. Meanwhile, NFL Ticket Exchange's lowest ticket price was $5,280. On the opposite end of the spectrum, seats are being sold for as much as $20,000.
According to Stubhub, the average price for a Super Bowl 53 ticket last year was $2,577, and the average purchase price was $4,613.
This is a sharp change up from Super Bowl I, when it cost just $12 ($90 when adjusted for inflation) to see the Packers and Chiefs. Tickets didn't even cross $100 dollars until the Redskins took on the Broncos in 1988. Just 20 years ago, a ticket to see the legendary Titans-Rams Super Bowl was $325, or $475 adjusted for inflation.
The Chiefs and 49ers are set to make history in Miami, but it'll cost you a pretty penny for the opportunity to witness it live and in person.