If you're looking to get to Indianapolis for Sunday's Super Bowl, there's good news and there's bad news. The good news is that it's still possible. The bad news, of course, is that it certainly won't be cheap.
Considering the fervor surrounding Sunday's Super Bowl XLVI matchup between the New England Patriots and New York Giants, SeatGeek wanted to use their ticket data to take a closer look at how much a trip to Indianapolis will really cost fans.
Look for ticket prices to dip a bit leading up to the game, but don't expect them to get much cheaper. For fans still looking to score tickets, the best call is to wait 24 hours before the game. SeatGeek is predicting nose-bleed seats to fetch around $2,000 right up until kickoff. Check out SeatGeek's Super Bowl XLVI event page to see over 1,000 ticket listings still available.
The cheapest seats on SeatGeek right now are for the 600 end zone section, which are going for $2,098. The most expensive listing is for a loge level suite that will cost $578,341.
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