Super Bowl average ticket prices since 2007

By Tom Farmer

The Super Bowl has been the most widely viewed sporting event in the world for a number of years now. With it being so popular, with an average viewership of 111.5 million people, just to be there in person is going to be a lot more expensive than watching at your friends built in bar in their basement. The graph below shows the rise and fall in ticket prices from 2007-2014 and I was surprised that it varies as much it does. This is obviously depending on the location of the Super Bowl and the teams that are involved. If the game was held here in my home town of Cleveland, Ohio, the price of the ticket would be significantly less than if the game were to be in San Diego. With the rapid growth in the sport that doesn’t seem to be decreasing anytime soon, tickets will no doubt increase no matter where the event is being held.

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Author: slayer1223

Clevelander born to love bad sports teams, play heavy metal, eat greasy food and always beat the game on the hardest difficulty first

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