What is the Ticket Cost of SuperBowl 2023?

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Every year, the Super Bowl gives football fans all over the country a lot to look forward to. It is the last game of the season, and it pits the Conference champions against each other. Many people will watch the game on TV, but nothing beats being there in person. Find out who will win the coveted Vince Lombardi Trophy at Super Bowl LVII in Glendale, Arizona, on February 12, 2023. The game will be held at State Farm Stadium.

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The cheapest ticket packages start at $4,887.50 per person, while the most expensive ones start at $7,225 per person. On the site, you can also ask for a price on other luxury ticket packages.

There are also resale sites like Vivid Seats and Seat Geek where you can buy tickets.

Before fees, the least expensive tickets on Vivid Seats in the upper level were going for $4,938 as of a few weeks ago. Most recently, the most expensive ones on the site were for sale for more than $40,000.

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Seat Geek recently had tickets for sale that ranged from $5,267 to $31,200 without fees.

On The Fifty

An On Location Super Bowl experience like no other. This pregame event is all-inclusive and includes an intimate performance by a headline music act, an ultra-premium bar and cuisine, in-game food and beverages, and access to the field after the game

Club 57

Experience the Super Bowl in an open-air party next to the stadium featuring a headline act concert, NFL Legends photo opportunities, premium open bar, diverse cuisine, interactive activities, and much more.

Champions Club

A Champions Club Super Bowl On Location experience with an all-inclusive pregame party next to the stadium featuring music performances from headline acts, NFL legends, premium open bars, local flavors, and interactive activities.

Touchdown Club

Experience the On Location Touchdown Super Bowl: An all-inclusive pre-game party featuring a headline act, NFL legends, a premium open bar, a diverse menu featuring local flavors, interactive activities, photo opportunities, and more!

State Farm Stadium

State Farm Stadium, located in Glendale, Arizona, a short drive from downtown Phoenix, offers fans a world-class experience. This cutting-edge stadium, which is home to the Arizona Cardinals, was the first in North America to have a retractable natural grass playing field and the first entirely retractable roof functioning at an elevation. Its facade is comprised of shimmering metal panels that reflect the shifting desert light, and its 21 vertical glass-walled holes provide breathtaking views of the desert horizon. The stadium has hosted two Super Bowls, the 2017 NCAA Final Four, and two College Football National Championships prior.

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