Super Bowl LVI 2022: what are the most expensive tickets in the stadium and what else is included?
It's lights, camera, action from Los Angeles as the Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals square off on Sunday in the most expensive Super Bowl of all time.
Super Bowl weekend is the perfect time for those living the lifestyles of the rich and famous to flash some serious cash. Hopefully fans heading to Los Angeles to watch the Rams and the Bengals square off on Super Bowl Sunday are aware that they will be attending the most expensive Super Bowl ever.
LA Super Bowl means LA prices
First let’s size up the prices of travel expenses for those who have to make the trip to Los Angeles. That will already cost a pretty penny with hotels and airlines. Luckily for many Rams fans, they won’t have to worry about booking a plane ticket or a hotel room for Super Sunday. The Bengals fans, however will.
According to Expedia.com the cheapest flight from Cincinnati are no less than $700, and depending on your willingness to sacrifice comfort to keep some cash in your pocket you can find a hotel room from Friday to Monday for as little $160, but most will be paying much more for hotels closer to the stadium.
Depending on how you plan on moving around the city, we’ll give a very conservative estimate of just around a grand to in expenses. That will get you to LA, but getting inside Sofi Stadium to watch the game will cost another small fortune, and that’s if you go for the nose bleed seats.
If you take into account the average cost of a ticket to the Super Bowl, which is hovering a little under $10,000, and you are looking at quite a pricey stay in LaLa Land.
For thousands of Cincinnati fans, that will be well worth the price to watch their Bengals potentially win their first Super Bowl in franchise history.
Tickmaster.com lists the cheapest tickets being sold at the $4,900, which in brand new Sofi Stadium should be enough to get you a decent seat in one of the newest, most state of the art football coliseums in the league.
How much for a VIP suite???
But let say there was no balling on a budget this weekend. Let’s say you had bottomless pockets, and had a chance to “make it rain” in LA for Super Bowl LVI. We’ll skip the price of a penthouse sweet at the Four Seasons, and the first class flight and just focus on tickets.
The highest price for a single ticket according to Ticketmaster.com is $53,350 which is situated right behind the Bengals bench. If that doesn’t do it for you, then have a look at some of the VIP Suites at Sofi Stadium.
There are seven suites to choose from, ranging in size, capacity and amenities. The smallest suite is the Perch Suite. It has a top capacity of eight people, and it comes with catering that includes premium food and drinks as well as two parking spots.
The Stage Suite sits up to 38 people, and includes premium food and drinks as well as eight parking spots. All Super Bowl Suites will also allow attendees access to the exclusive club areas.
The cheapest suite is valued a million dollars, while the most expensive one will cost you $2.5 million.
So if you got the bank roll to cough up the coin, pack you bags and head to LaLa Land where the most expensive Super Bowl of all time awaits.