Super Bowl Ticket Prices at a Record High

Super Bowl Ticket Prices at a Record High

The Super Bowl ticket prices this year have reached a record high. As of Tuesday, the average ticket price was $10,237. On the other hand, the average ticket prices for 2020 and 2021 were $7,172 and $8,609, respectively. The league achieved the previous ticket price record last year.

Football fans in Los Angeles and New York City are additionally the most excited purchasers for America’s most famous game.

The current year’s Super Bowl will be the first for Cincinnati since 1988. Hence, sports betting experts said that many individuals in Cincinnati are eager to see their group, who has not generally seen a positive outcome, at this sports show.

Super Bowl Ticket Prices

Super Bowl Ticket Prices at a Record HighThe Rams lost to New England in the 2019 Super Bowl 13-3. Super Bowl LVI is a battle between the expected and the unexpected. The Los Angeles Rams traded for Matthew Stafford, and the rest is history. As a result, they are back in the main event for the second time in the last four years.

Although the Rams’ being part of the Super Bowl is not a surprise, their opponent is. The Bengals are part of the NFL’s main event for the first time in more than three decades. Also, it is thanks to Joe Burrow.

Football and eSports betting fans call Burrow an AFC champion. Cincinnati had a remarkable comeback against Kansas City. As a result, they qualified for Super Bowl LVI.

According to online gambling experts, the Super Bowl LVI is a meeting between top overall picks. Stafford was the top pick of the Lions in 2008. Also, he is making his first Super Bowl appearance. On the other hand, Burrow was the top pick in 2020.

The Rams are the favorites over the Bengals at -3.5. However, both teams have good offenses. As a result, the Totals at 50 make sense.

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