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How Much Will Attending Super Bowl LII Cost You

How Much Will Attending Super Bowl LII Cost YouIt’s that time of the year again when two NFL teams are about to battle it out to earn the title of NFL Champion.  This year the New England Patriots will be taking on the Philadelphia Eagles on February 4, 2018 at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minnesota.  The Patriots are the favorite at -5 and for those still hoping to score some last minute Super Bowl tickets, be ready to open your wallet.  Here is the estimate on how much will attending Super Bowl LII cost you this year.

It seems like every year the cost of attending the Super Bowl keeps getting higher.  However, to many, the cost does not matter as much as the experience of witnessing history.

We will start with the prices of tickets and work our way down to associated cost with going to the Super Bowl which include, cost of transportation cost, lodging and expenses.

 

Super Bowl LII Ticket Prices

This year, over 1 million people are expected to attend Super Bowl LII.  Last time we checked with StoreHub.com, they were still 1,600 seats available for grab with the cheapest tickets in the nose bleed section going for $3,000 a seat to $4,944 for a Super Bowl ticket in the upper end-zone area.  And of course, we have the big daddy of them all at $20,000 for a Delta Sky Club Super Bowl seat.  Once again, the NFL is also offering Super Bowl ticket pages starting at $7,500 which include an upper deck ticket and access to a pre-party on Super Bowl Sunday.

Last year, Super Bowl low end tickets started out at $5,000 and then dropped to $3,225. This year, tickets started out at $4,100 and when you include taxes and fees at around $4,900.

The cost of a Super Bowl ticket will go up and down in price as we get closer to game day.  In the end, it all comes down to the old supply and demand and how much a person is willing to pay!

Super Bowl LII Traveling and Lodging Cost

Super Bowl LII Traveling and Lodging CostIf you live in Minnesota, you are in luck as you won’t have to do a lot of traveling.  However, if you are out of state and on the other side of the country, the cost will certainly go up!

On average, airfare will range from $250 to $900 for a roundtrip ticket according to Expedia.com. Another alternative to airline transportation would be a Rally Bus ticket in a high end luxury bus that will take you directly to the U.S. Bank Stadium.

For the fan who wants to make a weekend out of the 2018 Super Bowl, lodging is an option.  For a traditional hotel, you are looking at spending between $500 and up for a double bedroom from Feb. 3 to Feb. 5.  Another alternative is would be to look at Airbnb starting at $50 to $463.

Other Costs of Super Bowl LII

Anyone who is willing to spend the money to go to the Super Bowl is not going to go thee as a miser.  This said, here are some of the cost that someone would probably incur while enjoying a memorable Super Bowl weekend according to most sportsbook software companies.

Parking and transportation cost – For those looking to park at the U.S. Bank Stadium expect to pay around $8 to $426 depending on how close you want to be to the stadium. Another alternative if you do not want to hassle with parking would be to buy an All-Day pass for the local metro and bus for $4.

Food and Beverages – On game day you can expect to spend at least $100 a person for food and beer at the stadium.  Yes, we are talking about a $9 beer here.  If you are going to be eating out and partying during the weekend, expect to pay $100-$200 a day.

Car Rental – Flying in and need transportation?  Then you are looking at an easy $340 for renting a car to get around town.

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