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Super Bowl LVIII ticket prices are completely out of hand heading into Feb. 11

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The San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs are set to do battle in Super Bowl LVIII inside Las Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium on Feb. 11.

It’s going to be an entire show as these two teams go up against one another in the big game for the second time in five years. Sin City will be rocking like never before.

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But if you want to actually attend the game, it might be time to either take out a loan or spend your children’s college savings. The average cost to get into Super Bowl LVIII is absolutely insane.

According to Ticket Smarter, said average currently stands at a whopping $12,121.00. The least-expensive tickets are listed at $7,182.00.

“The average price to attend the game is $12,121. If those numbers hold, this will be the most expensive game ever, surpassing the 2023 Super Bowl at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz., by nearly $3,000,” Jeff Goodman of Ticket Smarter noted.

It is insane to look at. Back in 2017, the average price for the Super Bowl was a mere $4,228.00. It has now almost tripled in less than a decade. Heck, last year’s Super Bowl between the Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles saw an average ticket price of $9,500.00.

The last time these two teams played in the big game back in February of 2020, the average ticket price was a mere $6,327.00.

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For those planning on attending the big game in Vegas on Feb. 11, it’s not just the tickets that are going to set you back. Everything has been elevated for local businesses to take advantage of football fans.

Look at it this way. Paris Hotel on the Vegas strip is charging nearly $700.00 a night that weekend for a room that includes just two queen beds.

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