According to ticketing technology company Logitix, the demand for Super Bowl LVII tickets is down compared to last year. The figures below show what fans are actually paying across multiple exchanges on the secondary market, not including fees.
The price per ticket this year to see the Eagles and Chiefs in Arizona is about 8% lower than fans paid to see the Bengals and Rams in Los Angeles last year. Both years saw a slight uptick in demand after the Super Bowl matchups were confirmed.
Super Bowl sales before Conference Championship games:
Super Bowl sales after Conference Championship games:
Logitix manages millions of tickets for teams across the NFL, NBA, MLB, and NHL, plus NCAA events and live event properties. The company optimizes ticket sales outcomes for all of its partners through proprietary dynamic pricing and distribution. Its unique platform analyzes millions of real-time data points, providing up-to-the-minute insights within the live event marketplace.