Super Bowl Tickets On Track To Break Record, With Miami The ‘Best City In America’ To Host The Game

Ticket prices for next week’s Super Bowl at Hard Rock Stadium are on track to break a record.

As of this afternoon, the average resale ticket price is $7,622, according to data from Seatgeek. That is higher than any other Super Bowl was tracking at the same time before kickoff.

The most expensive Super Bowl in history was two years ago in Minnesota, when the Eagles defeated the Patriots.

One reason for the high prices is likely the fact that the event is being held in Miami. After years of being held in “terrible cities,” the game is returning to what Liv Nightclub owner David Grutman calls the “best city in America” to host such an event.

With the game being held in Miami, prices were already higher on average than all of the most expensive Super Bowls in history, even before the championship teams were determined last week.

Prices still surged after championship games were won by Kansas City and San Francisco last week.

Kansas City is by far the top metro areas where buyers are shopping for resale tickets, while San Francisco doesn’t even rank in the top five, Seatgeek says.

 

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Anonymous
1 year ago

“best city in America”

Anonymous
1 year ago

HAHAHA. Usually it’s known as WORLD CLASS.
Ah, no.

Anonymous
1 year ago

It’s known as world class or some people in Miami are known to call the city, “World Class?”

Anonymous
1 year ago

Apparently you don’t get out much.

Anonymous
1 year ago

I care to differ uneducated people, low paying jobs, and over priced real estate is not the best city in America.

Jesus
1 year ago

If we’re funding these events with our tax dollars, then we must make a return on investment. Also, why not expand the Metrorail to Dolphin Stadium? Do you realize that people can only get there by car, ride share, bus? With a train, it would be an economic powerhouse. And it would be good for when there are concerts, Dolphins games, WWE, and whatever else will take place there. The county really needs to be a lot more strategic here.

POLO
1 year ago

They will expand Metrorail to Hardrock Stadium by 2065, and it will only be use when their is a Super Bowl in town.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Thats funny cus its too real

Anonymous
1 year ago

2075. Gondola service by 2080.

Magazine
1 year ago

I know the 113 dolphins fans that use the stadium eight times per year and come from 113 unique destinations would really enjoy that. I think it would come out to about $18 million per ride.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Just saying last year they approved plans to expand it up 27th to the stadium. True it may take a while but they are taking it serious..but yeah who knows how long

Anonymous
1 year ago

I have said it, before the Metrorail from the stadium all the way to coconut station, straight line along 27 ave.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Where exactly is the coconut station?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Remind us again why the Cities of Miami and Miami Beach are giving millions in *cash* plus free services to the NFL? Why is the County giving millions as well?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Because we get millions more back in sales and hotel tax plus free publicity.

Anonymous
1 year ago

1,000 % Return on Investment

Anonymous
1 year ago

Super bowl tickets are tax exempt for some reason

Anonymous
1 year ago

Kind of BS…that is like the worse use of leverage in negotiation in the history of mankind, or close. So if you are beautiful girl (let’s say you think you are a beautiful girl), why would you, with that view of yourself, pay a guy to take you to dinner even if the dinner ends up costing you more than you paid him? Would she say, well, it was the return…I netted out ahead. Seriously, if Miami thinks it is so unique and great, shouldn’t the NFL pay Miami to come to town? Or at least if they don’t pay to come to town they don’t ask for any money? That sounds about right to me. Let’s see how long the NFL would stay away from all sun belt cities if they all said no thanks, keep holding it in Philly in the middle of winter and see who caves first. What a loser city this is…just begging for attention always.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Saturday night I went to Bayfront Park and the LIV display and exhibition was amazing. Sadly, it was empty. I guess Miamians are too busy hanging out in Doral or Dolphin Mall.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Same on South Beach. I went to the “Super Bowl Experience” and it was not crowded at all. Lots of hype. Hope we are proven wrong and it’s packed this weekend.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Maybe by thursday it will be crowded.

Anonymous
1 year ago

hope so

Anonymous
1 year ago

it’s still early.

Anonymous
1 year ago

We need a downtown stadium

POLO
1 year ago

That’s like saying the Martians are coming.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Is really worth it for the metrorail to expand to the stadium, the area isn’t that dense and anwaysy. Go KC

Anonymous
1 year ago

Of course it’s not worth it. Metrorail should be extended to the densest areas with the highest ridership potential first.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Ehrm, Miami Beach and Orange Line extension from airport to Douglas Road Station.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Thousands of people from Broward work and commute to Miami Dade every day. If I remember correctly the most recent plan is to extend Metrorail to the County line. It would provide a quick efficient way for Broward residents who would park and ride.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Miami-Dade does not have a prerogative to subsidize Broward riders who pay taxes to another county. If you want to live in Broward, fine, it’s a free country. But don’t expect handouts for your commute. And paying the ride fare is not enough btw… all mass transit is heavily subsidized.

The line should be built to the beach first, since that is the shortest and densest place.

Anonymous
1 year ago

with that mentality you wont ever remove the thousands of cars commuting between broward and dade everyday which is affecting traffic more in dade than in broward! thats the reason why this extension makes sense..i guess you’ve never driven on I-95 during rush hour

Anonymous
1 year ago

That’s what tri rail is for. and it’s a regional organization paid for by all of us.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Of course not. It should go to the beach and midtown long before some frivolous suburb like Miami Gardens or South Dade.

Anonymous
1 year ago

does the city of miami gardens see any of these millions?

Anonymous
1 year ago

49ers have fans all over the country.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Really? Never have noticed

Anonymous
1 year ago

Think how much Miami is losing from not having a large world class destination resort not built in the Brightline train station area just for this Super Bowl weekend. The monopoly Hard Rock is probably sold out and their rooms are at record prices. Bring a destination resort casino to downtown Miami and let Miami win for once!