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Super Bowl Tickets Purchase Guide, Ticket Price and Everything you Need to Know

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    Super Bowl Tickets Purchase Guide, Ticket Price and Everything you Need to Know

    Super Bowl 2020/LIV/54 is happening in Hard Rock Stadium, Miami on Sunday, February 2 between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers. Everyone wants to catch the NFL finals live from the stadium and there are only 60,000 tickets and which are almost sold out.

    So, if you are planning to head into Florida and watch Chiefs vs 49ers Super Bowl game, make sure you have the proper tickets in your hand. Super Bowl tickets price can vary a lot depending on the seller and there are some cheap reseller options too. Here is the Super Bowl 2020 ticket purchasing guide to get you the best tickets at the cheapest price.

    Super Bowl 2020 Tickets Price

    Super Bowl 2020 Tickets Price

    Super Bowl tickets are not cheap at all, with the lowest price on Stubhub as $4,100 and the expensive ones go as high as $50,000 and some of them are even costing $70,000 which includes a lot of other club benefits. It includes pregame/postgame hospitality and on the ground experience for higher-priced Super Bowl tickets. The average ticket price for watching Super Bowl LIV is around $7,000 and it may increase as Sunday comes closer.

    Super Bowl Tickets Buying Guide and How to get them at the Cheapest Price?

    Super Bowl Tickets Buying Guide and How to get them at the Cheapest Price

    The best way to buy Super Bowl tickets is to use reseller websites like StubHub, SeatGeek, and Vivid Seats. NFL Tickets Exchange is the official reseller partner for Super Bowl tickets but the prices may be a bit higher compared to other sources.

    The reason why tickets prices are lower on these platforms is that many of the people purchase tickets in advance and are later unable to view the game and hence they sell it back on reseller websites. So make sure you check prices at both the official sources for new tickets and also at resellers for Super Bowl 2020, but stay safe from fraudsters and verify your tickets before sending out a payment.

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