While Super Bowl tickets have been selling for thousands of dollars a pop for years now, this year’s Super Bowl at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL will be the first to feature tickets with a $1,000 face value. This will ensure that, as always, the average fan is able to attend and enjoy the game.

The tickets for this year’s big game were released at $800 and $1,000, up from last year’s $700 and $900.

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2 Responses

  1. gary w.

    Well, unless the Cowboys cheerleaders are mud wrestling nude during the game and at halftime , I find that more than $300.00 is outrageous for a football game played in 80 degree weather. If it ain’t snowin’ why bother goin’ ?

  2. carrie cammack

    Why go? because it is the best game of the year….. obviously not a STEELERS fan or you would know that no matter what, if your team is there you will do whatever you can to see them, no matter what the weather!


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