Big Game tickets have dropped $1000 this week
It usually costs an arm and a leg to go to the Super Bowl…
And this year was supposed to be no different.
According to CBS Sports, early data for the game indicated that the get-in price for the stands was fluctuating around $5,400 per seat.
With an average cost of around $8,772.
At the upper end? $50,000 for the sidelines.
This would make Super Bowl LVI the most expensive by a relatively large margin.
Unfortunately, enthusiasm for the game is starting to wane.
USA Today notes that as of mid-week, asking prices for certain sections have fallen dramatically.
With the cost of a seat in section 506 falling by $1000 in a matter of hours.
From $5,400 to approximately $4462.
The average sales were high, but there just hasn’t been enough of them.
California buyers, especially given Rams are in it, is lower than it should be.
If LA doesn’t come through with its last minute reputation, this could turn out to be a cheap ticket. https://t.co/QgcFo1TC4M
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) February 9, 2022
Some estimate that if this continues, there may be plenty of seats left in the stands on Sunday…
Meanwhile, preparations are under way for the Halftime Show.
This year’s lineup is all hip-hop, featuring some of the finest artists in the genre: Snoop, Dr. Dre, Eminem, Mary J. Blige, and Kendrick Lamar.
The hotly anticipated show’s setlist is so secretive…
Organizers have been blaring other songs to mask the performers’ plans.
Nearby residents have reported hearing Red Hot Chili Peppers and Bon Jovi songs at high volumes.
Read more on this story at USAToday.com