Prepare to dish out a pretty penny if you have aspirations of getting into this year's Super Bowl in Indianapolis.
Tickets to Super Bowl XLVI have averaged $3,474 in secondary market sales since the Patriots and Giants clinched their berth in the big game on Sunday, according to SeatGeek.com, a website specializing in analyzing the secondary ticket market.
That number is more than 18 times the price of the Indianapolis Colts' top home game this season, which came against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Secondary market sales for that game averaged $188.
Tickets for last year's Super Bowl between the Packers and Steelers averaged $3,561. Demand for this year's game could end up overtaking that number, though.
The least expensive "get-in" price on SeatGeek.com for this year's Super Bowl bowl is $2,000 for a seat in Section 605, Row 15. The most expensive seat currently available on secondary markets is a $608,475 listing for a street-level suite.