The average buyer of Super Bowl LIII tickets on the secondary market has spent $5,898 per seat, according to data from Ticketmaster.
Some have spent a lot less, with upper-level end-zone seats going for under $2,700 at several resale sites Wednesday. And some have spent a lot more, with some lower-level club seats at the 50-yard line fetching $20,000 and up.
Secondary market site StubHub said it has sold Super Bowl tickets to people from 16 countries and all 50 U.S. states. The company said it has seen an uptick in the past couple of days in Georgia buyers, who now account for 9 percent of sales.
The Rams-Patriots game is set for a 6:30 p.m. kickoff Sunday at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
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