Historically, ticket prices tend to only fluctuate around 10%. However, trends have shown that prices tend to drop in the final weeks leading up to the game. It’s safe to say that if you see tickets within your price range and in a good location, you should probably buy now.
However, SeatGeek’s new ticket price tracker allows you to analyze this year’s Super Bowl sales against previous games (all the way from 2012), while also showing you the current cheapest ticket and the average resale price! The ticket tracker even has metro-area stats that calculate which cities are making the most purchases. Use the ticket tracker tool when shopping to make sure you’re making the smartest purchase possible.
At this time the SeatGeek Marketplace is not supporting the sale or resale of parking passes. However, you can find more information regarding parking at the Big Game on the official Super Bowl parking website here.
Just a quick side note, we know tailgating is an important part of the football experience. We would just like to let you know that tailgating will not be permitted on any official Super Bowl parking lots. Just make sure you plan appropriately!