Why Super Bowl 51 Tix Could be Most Expensive Ever & How Much

The Atlanta Falcons and New England are heading to the Super Bowl, but as far as the secondary ticket market goes, they're the least compelling combination of teams.  Here's what tickets prices are going for...


There were a little more than a thousand tickets available on the secondary market as of Monday morning with an average listing price of about $6,000, which could make Super Bowl LI the most expensive ever.

Demand for the game was lessened already when Dallas and Houston were eliminated in the second round of the playoffs. The fervor for tickets also declines between the conference title games and the Super Bowl as it has in five of the last six big games, according to according to SeatGeek.The average resale price on SeatGeek for the game was about $5,000 as of Monday morning, which is more than the record set last year ($4,531) since SeatGeek began tracking the Super Bowl in 2010.

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