News and ticket info for the Super Bowl at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis
Saturday, January 11, 2014
Get your Super Bowl 2014 tickets
Ticket prices to the Super Bowl are often volatile in the weeks before the teams are selected, and the 2014 match-up in New York City is no different. The NFL makes only a small number of tickets available directly to fans, reserving the rest for VIPs, sponsors and league insiders. That means almost anyone who buys tickets to the game will acquire them through a secondary ticket marketplace.
How much can you expect to pay for 2014 Super Bowl tickets?
Most tickets to Super Bowl 2014 fall into the range of $3,000 to $5,000 apiece. Of course, there are premium lower level seats to be had for $12,000 or so and suites for much higher prices. At last check, the lowest get-in-the-door price was about $2,600, which is actually lower than prior years.
When is the best time to buy tickets?
But expect volatility as teams are gradually eliminated from contention. If teams with rabid fans likely to travel emerge from the AFC and NFC championships, expect prices to rise for the big game. Typically, the best times to buy tickets are before the teams are set and shortly before kickoff. The worst often is right after both teams are set.