2012 Super Bowl ticket prices at Lucas Oil Stadium are currently running about $2300 and up per seat for the Feb. 5th game and that’s not likely to change especially if you compare it with last years Super Bowl at Cowboys Stadium. For the 2011 Super Bowl the ticket prices sold for an average starting price of about $2350 after starting out at around $2000 per ticket and running up to as much as $2700 and up just to get into the door and get an actual seat.
The big difference between the two Super Bowl games will be the fact that Cowboys Stadium was jacked up to almost $110,000 people with 20,000 standing room only spaces. The seating capacity of close to 90,000 for the Super Bowl at Cowboy Stadium did include a bunch of garbage seats but the 90,000 seats beats the heck out of the 63,000 they have at Lucas Oil Stadium.
There’s a good chance that the Green Bay Packers will be back again in 2012 and with the New England Patriots, Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers in the mix the game should prove to be as popular as last years. Fans can find and buy 2012 Super Bowl tickets now regardless of who is playing, but there are no refunds if your team fails to make the game.