Here's a quick look inside Mercedes-Benz Stadium as preparations continue for Super Bowl LIII on Feb. 3.

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. 

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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