The teams haven’t even been decided yet for the 2011 Super Bowl and ticket prices are already going up almost daily. Ticket prices for the Super Bowl started to rise after the ticket prices for the 2011 BCS Championship game soared and remained that way even on the day of the game. The economy hasn’t hurt the biggest football games of the year and with the 2011 Super Bowl in the warm sun of Texas a lot of football fans may just follow their team to the game.
Weeks ago ticket prices for Super Bowl XLV were running $1700 and up per ticket. At this time they are running almost $2100 per ticket and some of the premium seats have jumped up to $500 in a day. There’s no telling how high the ticket prices may go with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Green Bay Packers, Chicago Bears and New York Jets still in the fray. And if the Seattle Seahawks, Atlanta Falcons or Baltimore Ravens make it to the big game then Super Bowl tickets may even come down a bit.
You take your chances and pay the price when you decide to buy. If the team is not the deciding reason you are going to the 2011 Super Bowl than now may be the best time to buy Super Bowl tickets. After all, even the BCS Championship game tickets were running about the same price the last three weeks before the game. And that was a college football game!
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