We’re all looking for a bright side to the terrible economy and I think I just found it: there are tons of tickets available for the Super Bowl and the price has dropped back to prices of a decade ago.
Super Bowl tickets have long been used for the demonstration of corporate excess and now it looks like those giant corporations have decided that converting their Super Bowl tickets into cash would be a prudent thing to do. A Super Bowl ticket can be had for just over $1600 on StubHub.com, and a suite can be purchased for just over $127,000. Ridiculous for sure, but way down from years past. For Steelers fans, the average price has been about $2500, which is way below the Super Bowl ticket price of $3,536.
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By: Going Like Sixty - Published: Jan 29, 2009 • References: luxist