Superbowl tickets are slated to be the most expensive to be ever offered in history as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are set to play the 2021 Super Bowl against the Kansas City Chiefs at Raymond James Stadium.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, only 22,000 fans will be able to watch in their 75,000-seat stadium.
The NFL will also let in 7,500 vaccinated health care workers which also reduced the number of available seats.
Prices for the available 14,500 tickets will start at $9,540 per piece and go up to $24,750 each.
Tickets are already being sold at the NFL Ticket Exchange and secondary sites like StubHub and SeatGeek.
The NFL “On Location” team is also offering four ticket packages, the “Touchdown Club” at $6,750, “55 Live” for $8,000, “Champions” for $10,000, and “On the Fifty” for an undisclosed price.
The current prices are at the highest since 2009: Super Bowl XLIII where tickets were sold at $800.00 a piece ( $1,209.14 inflation-adjusted) which drew in a crowd of 70,774 fans.
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