How to Buy Tickets for SuperBowl 2019
If you're interested in buying tickets for SuperBowl 2019, there are still seats available. However, you better be prepared to spend some serious money.
Official Super Bowl Tickets are sold through NFL On Location through Ticketmaster. Ticket prices range from $5000 to $17,500. As of January 10, 2019, the average cost of a ticket was $6,800, according to data from SeatGeek. It is important to note that if you purchase through Ticketmaster, you must buy at least two at a time. And, be prepared to pay a hefty service fee. Reseller tickets are available from other major ticket providers like StubHub, SeatGeek and others, almost always at a higher price.
In addition to buying tickets to the Super Bowl game itself, you can also purchase tickets to Opening Day, the Super Bowl Experience and the Music Fest.
Prices will likely increase in the coming days, so if you want to go, move quickly. Here's a breakdown of the official ticket prices for the game.
53 Live Package
Starting at $8500.00
These Super Bowl tickets are in the Lower & Mid Level Sideline Seats. They include access to an All-Inclusive Pregame Party. In-Game Club Access is also included for Select Locations.
Visit Ticketmaster for more information.
Game Day Suites
You can get information on game day suites on the Suite Experience Group website. Be prepared for some serious sticker-shock. Prices for suites range from $226,000 to $650,000 depending on the location of the suites. On a per seat basis, suite tickets range from $13,000 to $25,000 per person.
In addition to the game tickets sold through official outlets and re-sellers, there are opportunities to win tickets through various sweepstakes. In addition to game day tickets, companies provide special experiences, packages and a chance to attend special VIP experiences. We'll post a list of sweepstakes here as they become available.
Watch Out for Ticket Scams
Be careful when buying from third party websites or from individuals. Every year, there are numerous scams that involve counterfeit tickets or tickets to previous Super Bowls. Only buy from reputable ticketing companies that you trust. Also, it is a good idea to purchase the tickets with a credit card. Many credit cards come with some form of purchase protection. So, you'll have some recourse in case it ends up being fraudulent.
Also, be suspicious of any advertisements for cheap tickets. They are not cheap, no matter where you buy them. So, anyone who is trying to sell them at a huge discount is likely to be a scammer.