It’s all about supply and demand New Yorkers. You see the last Super Bowl was held in New Orleans with 6+ million people living close by.
Next year it will be held in New Jersey at MetLife and there are a potential 50+ million ticket buyers close by, i.e. you.
And many of those 50 million or so will pay big, big bucks for their Super Bowl tickets because there’s quite a few well-heeled dudes in the mix. e.g. one suite at the game has already been sold for $75,000
Sooo, prices are going up. Tickets last year that cost $1250 will now cost $2,600, ones that cost $950 will now be $1,500. The cheapest will be $500, $100 cheaper than last year BUT, BUT, BUT they will be non-transferable tickets, so nice gains for you on the secondary market Mr/Mrs ticket holder!!
And of course the secondary market is also making the NFL all ansty because, surprize, surprize, sellers in this market are doing well out of Super Bowl tickets and why should they get all the cream.
So plan ahead New Yorkers, get onto the ticket bandwagon early, early, early if you want cheaper tickets but sadly all the ones sold by ballot are already allocated and lucky buyers will soon be notified.
newyorkvideos.co will be following this pricing saga as it unfolds and advising you on how to get the best prices possible. LIKE NFL fans being treated fairly.