The 2024 Super Bowl may be the same matchup as the big game from four years ago, but ticket prices for this year’s game are on track to break records.
A ticket to see the Kansas City Chiefs attempt to win their second consecutive Super Bowl is going for an average of $9,800 on TickPick, according to CNN. The cheapest ticket prices depend on the online ticket seller, but the figures across websites show a steep entry fee for the big game.
TickPick shows the least expensive ticket for this year’s Super Bowl goes for $8,000, while SeatGeek shows tickets as cheap as $6,781, and StubHub has some for as little as $6,366, as of Wednesday.
TickPick co-CEO Brett Goldberg told CNN that the game, which is being played in Las Vegas, has been a “big factor for the record-high demand.” It will mark the first time the NFL’s championship has been played in Las Vegas when Allegiant Stadium hosts the game on Feb. 11.
He also speculated that while ticket prices for the game “might” dip, “it may not be significant.”
SeatGeek data show that the demand it is seeing for this year’s Super Bowl is similar to that of 2022’s championship matchup between the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals, held in Inglewood, California, according to Time. That game marked the first time since 1993 that the Super Bowl had been held in the greater Los Angeles area.
The average price of Super Bowl tickets reached its previous peak in 2020, with that Super Bowl’s tickets going for an average of $6,370, according to CNN.
The 2024 Super Bowl between the AFC and NFC champions will kick off at roughly 6:30 p.m. EST from Allegiant Stadium. The game will be televised by CBS, with a children-oriented alternate broadcast available on Nickelodeon.
The game marks the fourth time in five years that the Chiefs are playing in the Super Bowl. They won the championship in 2020 and 2023.