Super Bowl Ticket prices and the new NFL Ticket Exchange.
In a related report from The Inquisitr, Super Bowl ticket prices seem to just keep going up.
As the very first outdoor Super Bowl, one would think that fact alone would…cool things off (pun intended), but it hasn’t, judging by Super Bowl tickets pricing. Super Bowl XLVIII, where the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos will battle for the big win on Groundhog Day. The Super Bowl is set to take place at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ, which is an outdoor stadium. Fans will want to pack their warmest gear because attending this game will be an exercise in humanity versus the elements. With all the hoopla always surrounding the Super Bowl tickets and pricing, how does one even begin to know exactly how much the Super Bowl tickets are?
Not to worry, this writer has gathered together some of the latest Super Bowl ticket information. Ticketmaster is showing Super Bowl ticket pricing from the “budget” end zone nosebleed seat price of $3,012 each to high end club seats at $14,207 each.
So is there any way to avoid paying an outrageous amount for Super Bowl tickets? Well, you could always try out the Official NFL Ticket Exchange, where you can “scalp” some tickets on the legit. The NFL ticket exchange now provides an approved market for fans to buy and resell tickets, with Ticketmaster authenticating the tickets.
Starting January 30th, the NFL Ticket Exchange will provide fans the ability to deal online, and also have two authorized physical NFL Ticket Exchange locations in Manhattan at the Crowne Plaza Hotel Times Square Manhattan (1605 Broadway at 49th Street, 2nd Floor) and also the NFL Shop at Super Bowl, Macy’s Herald Square (151 W. 34th Street, 4th Floor). You can even pick up tickets right up to kickoff at a NFL Ticket Exchange Trailer outside the stadium.
Chris Hardart, NFL Vice President of Corporate Development assures fans of the new NFL Ticket Exchange:
“For NFL fans, the Super Bowl represents the ultimate game day experience. Through NFL Ticket Exchange, we are able to provide fans the most secure and convenient marketplace available to buy authentic Super Bowl XLVIII tickets.”
Jared Smith, President of Ticketmaster North America also touted the new exchange:
“Providing access to great live event experiences and engaging fans is what we are all about at Ticketmaster. We want to make sure that every fan who wants to experience Super Bowl XLVIII has the opportunity to purchase authentic tickets, and through our partnership with the NFL and NFL Ticket Exchange, we’re able to do just that.”
Through the NFL Ticket Exchange, you can get tickets at a “deal”. The lowest ticket price in the exchange is currently $2,643, which is $369 cheaper than the cheapest ticket just bought from Ticketmaster, so the NFL Ticket Exchange might be worth checking out if you want to go to the Super Bowl this year.
So what do you think of the Super bowl ticket prices, and the new NFL Ticket Exchange? Are you ready for some football?