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Super Bowl LV tickets going for as high as $85K — the most expensive yet

Posted at 6:06 PM, Jan 25, 2021
and last updated 2021-01-25 22:12:39-05

TAMPA, Fla. — Fans will have to pay a pretty penny to get into Raymond James Stadium for the Super Bowl.

“Following the Buccaneers win, the price spiked all the way up to about $14,000 per ticket. Since then, they’ve fallen quite a bit,” said Jeff Gurian, Gametime Vice President of Marketing.

Currently prices range from $10,151 to $84,838. It’s the most expensive Super Bowl ticket yet.

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“We do expect prices to fall probably a little bit from here but maybe settle down around $6,000 per ticket, but this year is unlike any other between limited attendance, between the Buccaneers being the first home team to play in the Super Bowl,” Gurian said.

The Super Bowl Experience is a free option for fans who can’t afford it. That starts the Friday before the game.

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“The Vince Lombardi Trophy, the actual trophy that the Chiefs or the Bucs will win, on Super Bowl Sunday, so that’s exciting. We have, of course, a taste of Tampa tailgate just like the other parks have, lots of Bud Light, we have interactive games, we have youth clinics,” said Nicki Ewell, NFL director of events.

A reservation is needed only for Julian B. Lane Park. They filled up quickly last week, but a few more slots will be made available on the NFL OnePass app Monday.

“In order to enter the park, you still need to have the OnePass QR code, and that’s the waver if you participate in any games. It’s also the health promise for fans,” Ewell added.

For health and safety reasons, walk-ups to Julian B. Lane Park will no longer be allowed.