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Where To Buy Super Bowl 56 Tickets

On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Fee-Free Super Bowl 56 tickets which also include a Refund Guarantee. Our Refund Guarantee states that if an event is canceled or deemed unfit for fans to attend, TicketIQ will refund ticket buyers in as soon as 15 days. That means that you can buy from TicketIQ worry-free. Customers on TicketIQ save between 15%-25% compared to other secondary market ticketing sites. Additionally, TicketIQ provides users with many payment methods; standard credit card, Apple Play, PayPal, or you can buy now and pay later using Zip Pay or Affirm.

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Tips For Buying Super Bowl 56 Tickets

  • Monitor the market. Look at the prices on the secondary market for Super Bowl tickets multiple times per day and pick a price point that you’re willing to pay.
  • Track quantity available for the game overall, but all in the section you're most interested in sitting in. About 1,300 tickets are available for sale to the public as of February 11th. Prices could rise if quantity drops well below that 2,000 number.
  • If you're shopping at the get-in price level, the best time to buy is usually 6-8 days after the Conference Championships. Of the last five Super Bowl, the get-in price was at its cheapest during this time period for all but one game (2020). In 2020, tickets were at their lowest price 4 days after the Conference Championship games.
    • This year had trended in a similar fashion, however after prices were steady coming into this week, quantity increased to above 2,200 late on Tuesday (2/8) and the get-in price fell below $5,000 for the first time. Quantity once against increased on Wednesday and by Thursday morning there were 2,388 tickets available and the get-in price dropped below $4,000. As of Friday morning, quantity dipped a bit and there were just over 2,000 tickets available and the get-in price has fallen to $3,502. This proved to be the low point.
       
      As of Friday afternoon the get-in price got as high as $4,600+, and quantity is down to 1,515. Later in the evening and bit more inventory hit the market, and by Saturday morning the get-in price had dropped to $3,608 and inventory was back up to over 2,000. On Super Bowl Sunday morning inventory was back down to just under 1,300 and the get-in price was $4,246.
  • In the days leading up to the game, if you find tickets in your price range that you like, jump on them. There have been many times over the last several years that fans waited too long for a price drop that never happened and eventually got priced out. As quantity of tickets available goes down over the final days leading up to the game, prices begin to go up, especially for lower-priced seats.  

  • Read this TicketIQ blog post that is updated multiple times a day for the latest data, ticket price and quantity trends.

  • Use promo code BLOG150 at checkout for $150 off any order, or BLOG300 for $300 any order of $8,000+ to save even more on your Super Bowl tickets. 

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When Is The Best Time To Buy Super Bowl Tickets?

Prior to 2015, the best time to buy Super Bowl tickets was usually the day or two prior to the game. However, since the 2016 game that has changed significantly. Excluding last year's reduced capacity game, the best time to purchase Super Bowl tickets over the last few years, especially at the get-in price level, was between 6 and 8 days after the conference championship games.

This year had trended in a similar fashion, however after prices were steady coming into this week, quantity increased to above 2,200 late on Tuesday (2/8) and the get-in price fell below $5,000 for the first time. Quantity once against increased on Wednesday and by Thursday morning there were 2,388 tickets available and the get-in price dropped below $4,000. As of Friday morning, quantity dipped a bit and there were just over 2,000 tickets available and the get-in price has fallen to $3,502. This proved to be the low point.
 
As of Friday afternoon the get-in price got as high as $4,600+, and quantity is down to 1,515. Later in the evening and bit more inventory hit the market, and by Saturday morning the get-in price had dropped to $3,608 and inventory was back up to over 2,000. On Super Bowl Sunday morning inventory was back down to just under 1,300 and the get-in price was $4,246.
 
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How Much Do Super Bowl Tickets Cost in 2022

  • The cheapest ticket is $4,246
  • The cheapest lower-level ticket is $6,469
  • The average ticket price for all tickets is $6,292
  • The most expensive single-ticket is $71,539 for a luxury suite ticket. 
  • Currently there are just over 1,290 secondary market tickets available.

Based on current prices on TicketIQ, you can save 15-25% on TicketIQ compared to StubHub and other secondary market vendors. TicketIQ also offers fans a  Fee Free tickets  with a  Refund Guarantee  for Super Bowl LV. And now you can buy now and pay later on TicketIQ with Affirm.

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Where To Buy NFL Playoff Tickets

With primary market tickets sold out for all 2021 NFL playoff games the only place to buy is on the secondary market.

On the secondary market TicketIQ has Fee-Free tickets for all NFL playoff games with fans and Super Bowl 56. which also include a Refund Guarantee. Our Refund Guarantee states that if an event is canceled or deem unfit for fans to attend, TicketIQ will refund ticket buyers in as soon as 15 days. That means that you can buy from TicketIQ worry-free. Customers on TicketIQ save between 15%-25% compared to other secondary market ticketing sites. And now you can buy now and pay later on TicketIQ with ZipPay.

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How Much Are NFL Playoff Tickets

Conference Championship Round

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AFC 

(4) Cincinnati Bengals at (2) Kansas City Chiefs 

  • Avg Price: $1,034
  • Cheapest Ticket: $536
  • Most Expensive Ticket: $8,512
Prices for AFC Championship game go as high as $8,512 for tickets in section 119 Row 2 at the 50 yard line on the Chiefs side of the field. In the lower level on the Bengals side of the field, prices go as high as $5,065 in section 101 row 1. 
 
200 level sideline seats start at $1,363 on the Chiefs side of the field, and $1,706 on the Bengals side of the field. 300 level sideline seats start at $534 on the Chiefs side of the field, and $542 on the Bengals side of the field.
 

NFC

(6) San Francisco 49ers at (4) Los Angeles Rams 

  • Avg Price: $1,542
  • Cheapest Ticket: $647
  • Most Expensive Ticket: $10,125
Ticket prices for the NFC Championship game go as high as $10,125 in section VIP 132 row 15 on the Rams side of the field. On the 49ers side of the field ticket prices go as high as $8,758 in section 112 VIP seats at the 50 yard line in the first row.
 
On the sidelines in the middle levels (200's and 300's) ticket prices start at $979 on the Rams side of the field, and $1,015on the 49ers side. On the sidelines in the upper levels (400's and 500's) ticket prices start at $751 on the Rams side of the field, and $809 on the 49ers side of the field. 
 

Divisional Round

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AFC

(4) Cincinnati Bengals at (1) Tennessee Titans

  • Avg Price: $762
  • Cheapest Ticket: $293
  • Most Expensive Ticket: $2,620

(3) Buffalo Bills at (2) Kansas City Chiefs 

  • Avg Price: $361
  • Cheapest Ticket: $147
  • Most Expensive Ticket: $2,216

NFC

(6) San Francisco 49ers at (1) Green Bay Packers

  • Avg Price: $521
  • Cheapest Ticket: $264
  • Most Expensive Ticket: $2,445

(4) Los Angeles Rams at (2) Tampa Bay Buccaneers

  • Avg Price: $671
  • Cheapest Ticket: $217
  • Most Expensive Ticket: $5,959

Wild Card Round

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AFC

(7) Pittsburgh Steelers at (2) Kansas City Chiefs 

  • Avg Price: $352
  • Cheapest Ticket: $160
  • Most Expensive Ticket: $2,046

(6) New England Patriots at (3) Buffalo Bills 

  • Avg Price: $247
  • Cheapest Ticket: $99
  • Most Expensive Ticket: $1,190

(5) Las Vegas Raiders at (4) Cincinnati Bengals 

  • Avg Price: $461
  • Cheapest Ticket: $273
  • Most Expensive Ticket: $1,817

NFC

(7) Philadelphia Eagles at (2) Tampa Bay Buccaneers 

  • Avg Price: $717
  • Cheapest Ticket: $261
  • Most Expensive Ticket: $4,259

(6) San Francisco 49ers at (3) Dallas Cowboys 

  • Avg Price: $830
  • Cheapest Ticket: $187 (SRO) / $339 (Seated)
  • Most Expensive Ticket: $5,538

(5) Arizona Cardinals at (4) Los Angeles Rams 

  • Avg Price: $312
  • Cheapest Ticket: $83
  • Most Expensive Ticket: $4,065

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NFL Playoff Schedule

Wild-card weekend: January 15, 16 and 17

AFC

(7) Pittsburgh Steelers at (2) Kansas City Chiefs
Sunday, 8:15 p.m. ET on NBC

(6) New England Patriots at (3) Buffalo Bills
Saturday, 8:15 p.m. ET on CBS

(5) Las Vegas Raiders at (4) Cincinnati Bengals
Saturday, 4:30 p.m. ET on NBC

Bye: (1) Tennessee Titans

NFC

(7) Philadelphia Eagles at (2) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Sunday, 1 p.m. ET on Fox

(6) San Francisco 49ers at (3) Dallas Cowboys
Sunday, 4:30 p.m. ET on CBS

(5) Arizona Cardinals at (4) Los Angeles Rams
Monday, 8:15 p.m. ET on ESPN/ABC/ESPN+

Bye: (1) Green Bay Packers

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Previous Years Below

 

Conference Championship Round

Sunday, Jan. 24

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Divisional Round

Inventory is extremely low for the two divisional round game with secondary market inventory (the Bills & Packers will host fans, but there is no secondary market inventory). There are just over 550 tickets for Browns at Chiefs, and under 20 tickets combined for the Buccaneers @ Saints and Ravens @ Bills. As you would expect, this is driving prices way up.
 
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Saturday, Jan. 16

Sunday, Jan. 17

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Wild Card Round

Inventory is extremely low for all three games this weekend with secondary market inventory (the Bills will host fans, but there is no secondary market inventory). There are just over 700 tickets for Ravens @ Titans, and under 150 tickets for the Bears @ Saints. As you would expect, this is driving prices way up.

Wild Card round tickets for teams that are hosting fans at reduced capacity are averaging $1,166 in 2021, which is 160% more expensive than the $448 average price for last year's Wild Card round. In terms of get-in price (cheapest ticket), the increase is even larger. Get-in prices this year are averaging $814, which 365% more expensive than 2020 when get-in prices averaged $175 for the Wild Card round.
 
Below is an infographic showing the average prices for each Wild Card round game over the last two seasons:

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Saturday, Jan. 9

  • Indianapolis Colts at Buffalo Bills - No Secondary Market Inventory
  • Los Angeles Rams at Seattle Seahawks - N/A
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Washington Football Team - N/A

Sunday, Jan. 10

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Which Teams Are Allowing Fans at NFL Playoff Games

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