The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are officially set to host the 2021 Super Bowl against the Kansas City Chiefs at Raymond James Stadium. It’s the first time in NFL history that a team has hosted their own Super Bowl game.
There are plenty of sites that will have Super Bowl tickets available for sale, including the Ticketmaster, which is the official site of the NFL Ticket Exchange. Secondary sites like StubHub and SeatGeek are also bound to have resale tickets, though these tickets won’t include the guarantees that those sold on the Ticket Exchange hold.
Super Bowl tickets have a face value, but by the time most people have a chance to purchase them, they have skyrocketed well north of that initial price. Here, we’ll take a look at pricing at various ticket sellers across the web a day after the Super Bowl matchup was settled.
All prices are as of 11 a.m. ET on Monday, January 25. Prices will change over the next 13 days.
If you’re looking to buy tickets straight from the source, the NFL “On Location” team has you covered. Prior to the Super Bowl matchup being settled, they offered four ticket packages, including the “Touchdown Club” at $6,750, “55 Live” for $8,000, “Champions” for $10,000, and “On the Fifty” for an undisclosed price. However, if you go to the link now, the cheapest package starts at $8,550. You can order a team-specific package that includes a commemorative gift delivered after the game.
Alongside their ticket packages, the NFL is also offering two travel packages. These don’t include game tickets, but the package will get you two nights in a local hotel, gameday transportation and special concierge guest services.
NFL Ticket Exchange via Ticketmaster
If you’re looking for tickets to Super Bowl 55 on the official NFL Ticket Exchange site, the least expensive option sits at $10,940 per ticket for a set of four seats. These seats sit just five rows from the top of the upper deck. Really looking to spend some dough? There are two seats available in the 200’s on the Bucs sideline available for just $45,000 per ticket.
There is just one set of tickets available for less than $10,000 per seat. You and three of your friends can sit in the last row of the upper deck for just $9,954 a pop. The most expensive SeatGeek listing is asking $63,535 per ticket for a set of two.
StubHub takes the lead for “Most Affordable Super Bowl Ticket” early on after the match was set. A set of four tickets in the upper deck corner of Raymond James is sitting at $8,832 per ticket. They also have a few suite tickets available, but be prepared to spend some serious cash. The three suite tickets available on StubHub are ranging from $277,440 to $473,800... for one ticket.