UPDATE: How far have Super Bowl ticket prices fallen?

They’re still expensive, but not as expensive as they were a few days ago. 

Super Bowl LIII tickets on the secondary market have fallen below $3,000 for the cheapest seats, known as the “get-in” price, according to several resellers. 

Ticketmaster said the “get-in” price on its NFL Ticket Exchange was $2,795 as of Wednesday afternoon, almost $1,000 less than its lowest price available as of Monday morning. 

The lowest price listed on StubHub was $2,700 on Wednesday afternoon, down about $750 from Monday. 

And TicketIQ showed a starting price of $2,562, down about $400 from Monday. 

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Earlier this week, TicketIQ founder Jesse Lawrence predicted ticket demand would decline because of the Patriots being in their fifth Super Bowl in eight years and the Rams “still developing a fan base willing to pay $10K-$15K for tickets, travel and a hotel.” 

The Patriots and Rams will meet on Feb. 3 in Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

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