Still looking for tickets to Super Bowl LIII at Mercedes-Benz Stadium?
The prices, although still expensive, have drifted downward on the secondary market.
A half-dozen ticket resellers showed the cheapest seats, often referred to as the “get-in” price, below $2,800 (before fees) as of Sunday afternoon – an average decline of more than 20 percent since the Los Angeles Rams-New England Patriots matchup was set.
StubHub showed some upper-level corner seats available for $2,687 on Sunday, down about $900 from the lowest price on that site a week earlier, while SeatGeek showed seats starting at $2,650, down $600 from a week earlier.
At the other extreme, one seller on StubHub was offering lower-level club seats at the 50-yard line for $42,500 apiece.
Secondary-market prices fluctuate constantly based on supply and demand.
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