Super Bowl ticket prices have dropped over the last few days, from a high of about $2000 per ticket this past weekend, down to just under $1500 per ticket as of Tuesday morning. The economy is taking it’s toll on the Indianpolis Colts and New Orleans Saints Super Bowl game this Sunday with Super Bowl ticket brokers adapting with lower prices as it gets closer to game time.
As inventory diminishes the price of Super Bowl tickets should stabilize and maybe even start rising again, so this may be a great time to buy Super Bowl tickets. Super Bowl ticket brokers have better prices for Super Bowl tickets than even the NFL, since the NFL website is reselling tickets provided by ticket brokers. So you can cut out the middleman by buying your Super Bowl tickets directly from a ticket broker.
If your looking for Land Shark Stadium, it’s already been replaced just in time for the added exposure of the Super Bowl. The new name for the South Florida stadium is Sun Life Stadium. And almost as popular as the Super Bowl is the NFL Super Bowl Tailgate Party at Sun Life Stadium before the big game. Lots of food and drinks and plenty to do, but at a price of course.