The prices of the cheapest available Super Bowl LIII tickets have dropped by about 20 percent on the secondary market since Monday, according to data from ticket re-seller TickPick. Those prices, generally for upper-level corner seats, hovered between $2,200 and $2,300 (before fees) on several resale sites Friday.
The average purchase price of all tickets resold was $5,739 as of Friday, according to Ticketmaster.
TickPick’s Kyle Zorn offered this forecast of the market between now and Sunday’s kickoff: “At some point, customers are going to make their move. There is quite a bit of inventory available, and with an increase in the velocity of orders the market should hold steady. Customers can then expect another 5-10 percent dip on Sunday morning. But with the volatility of the market this year it’s tough to tell.”
Here’s how ticket prices have varied daily. Data updated every 4 minutes:
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