Get your Lazy Boys, chips and (root) beer ready — Super Bowl 54 is almost here!

Planning to be there in person? Don’t fret: the Herald has you covered.

To help ease anxiety, we’ve put together a list that will allow you to track everything from ticket prices to availability. This list will be updated frequently so make sure to check back to see if anything changes.

Without further adieu, let’s get started.


Are there tickets still available?

Of course!


Where can I get them?

Tickets can be purchased through primary sellers like the NFL and Ticketmaster. Some of the trusted secondary markets include Vivid Seats, StubHub and SeatGeek.


When’s the best time to get them?

As the saying goes, there’s no time like the present. But seriously, purchase as soon as possible. Prices will spike as soon as the teams are set, especially if storied franchises like the Green Bay Packers or the Kansas City Chiefs make it.


How much are tickets?

Tickets can run anywhere between roughly $4,460 and $25,500 on the primary market.

Resale tickets are a totally different story. As of Saturday, SeatGeek’s Super Bowl Resale Ticket Tracker reported the average price is a little more than $5,800. Prices will fluctuate depending on the website.

On SeatGeek, tickets range from $4,729 to $31,481. StubHub prices run as high as $17,000 but bottom out around $5,040. Vivid Seats’ tickets go for $4,318 on the low end but can also cost as much as $20,005.


What comes with a ticket?

As the Herald previously reported, tickets can come with many amenities. Some include entrance to a tailgate party with unlimited drinks while others come with admission to functions with live entertainment and free food.

Just make sure to read the description before pulling the trigger.


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