SOUTH WINDSOR, CT – 28 Jan, 2017 – The 51st annual Super Bowl will take place on February 5, 2017, at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. This year’s game features the New England Patriots vs. the Atlanta Falcons, and features a half-time performance by Lady Gaga.
With all that in its favor, it’s surprising to see that the tickets for this year’s game are selling at significantly less than last year’s 50th Super Bowl. And the prices have been rapidly dropping.
“Ticket Club’s recent push to expand our impact within the ticketing industry has led to us pushing the cost down heavily for tickets,” said TicketNetwork CEO, Don Vaccaro. “Even then, I never thought a premium event for the Super Bowl would sell for so little. It’s one of the largest events of the year.”
Currently, major secondary market players such as Stubhub, TicketNetwork, Vividseats, and Ticket Club are poised to fill the demand every Super Bowl season engenders. Since the primary market for the Super Bowl is lottery based, every year the secondary market explodes with demand.
This year however, that high demand hasn’t translated into high prices.
On January 27th, the average price for the cheapest tickets across 5 major sites was $3,842. In order, Ticket Club listed tickets for $2,958, Vivid Seats listed at $3,157, Ticket Master at $3,243, StubHub listed at $3,270, and NFL on Location listed at $5,949.
On January 16th, the average price for the cheapest tickets listed on these same sites was $5,269. In just 11 days, the average ticket cost dropped by $1,427 – nearly 55%. The cheapest tickets across all the sites were from Ticket Club, and cost $3,820.
With 9 days left until the Super Bowl, prices are expected to continue to drop and are on track to break historic lows. That being said, expect NRG Stadium to be absolutely packed to the brim for this year’s game.
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Company Name: Ticket Club
Contact Person: Armani Chowdhury
Country: United States