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Super Bowl 2023: How much do tickets cost for the Chiefs vs Eagles game?

Super Bowl LVII will take place in Phoenix, Arizona, on Sunday, February 12th, between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles.

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Super Bowl 57 is set to make history regardless of the outcome. This will be the first time two black quarterbacks will face each other in the Super Bowl. Moreover, this Super Bowl also has the oddity that two brothers, Travis Kelce and Jason Kelce, will battle each other. No matter what, this game is historic.

What a matchup! Mahomes and Hurts are two very athletic and young QBs who are changing the traditional role, with Mahomes making ridiculous, crazy throws from angles never before seen; to Hurts, who is prolific at running the ball and finding the spaces in the pocket to get that extra yard. Thus, fans can expect to dig deep in their pockets when trying to find tickets for the game.

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How much are tickets to see The Kansas City Chiefs vs The Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LVII?

According to Ticket IQ, some prices have gone down over the few few days, with the cheapest seats costing $4,259, less than the last two Super Bowls, where their cheapest seats averaged $7,000. In addition, The most expensive is $28,788 for a lower level premium seat at midfield, while the average ticket price is $6,783.

  • Cheapest ticket: $4,259
  • Lower-level tickets: $5,007
  • Average ticket: $6,783
  • Most expensive single ticket premium: $28,788

This will be the second Super Bowl played in Phoenix in less than 10 years. The last time the city hosted the event in 2015, the tickets were amongst the most expensive in NFL history.

It is unlikely that a scenario like 2015 could occur. The NFL has since created new rules regarding the digital marketplace, making it very difficult for brokers to short-bet the market.

At the height of Super Bowl 50, athletes, coaches, and VIPs were able to sell their tickets on the digital market with little repercussion by the NFL raising prices.