Super Bowl 57 (LVII) Tickets Buying Guide: How To Find The Cheapest Seats in 2023

Where To Buy Super Bowl LVII Tickets

On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Fee-Free Super Bowl 57 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. All Super Bowl 56 tickets will be delivered via mobile transfer, and as long as there is inventory available, you will be able to purchase tickets all the way up until kickoff. 

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Tips For Buying Super Bowl 57 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.
  • Last 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. 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.
  • 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.

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How Will Your Super Bowl Tickets Be Delivered?

All tickets for Super Bowl 57 will be delivered via Mobile Transfer, whether the tickets are purchased two months before the game or right before kick off on game day. To accept your mobile transfer follow these steps: 

STEP ONE

Check your email. Once you’ve got an email confirmation from us that your seats have been sent, you’ll want to head over to your inbox to find the claim email. That transfer offer email will come from the sender name "NFL Super Bowl" or "Ticketmaster."

STEP TWO

After finding the claim email in your inbox, the content of the email will look like this. You’ll want to click “Accept Tickets” in order to accept your Super Bowl LVI tickets and have them in your account to be pulled up on your smartphone when you’re heading into the game.

STEP THREE 

If you do not already have an account with the Super Bowl Account Manager, you will need to create one. All you will need is a name, email, and password.

STEP FOUR 

Now that you’ve claimed these Super Bowl tickets, you’ll be able to navigate to the website from your mobile device in order to get the Mobile QR codes the stadium attendant will scan at the gate. 

As you’ll see once you navigate to the website, you’ll simply need to input your login credentials to access your Super Bowl Account Manager.

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STEP FIVE

Now that you’re logged in to the Super Bowl Account Manager, you can click on the event page to navigate to your Mobile QR codes. 

As you can see, your Super Bowl ticket details will be available and you’ll be able to click “View Barcode” in order to see the seats themselves.

STEP SIX 

In order to avoid any issues at the stadium (with connectivity over WiFi or data), we recommend adding the tickets to your Apple or Google Wallet to view later.  You’ll be able to open the tickets from your Wallet once at the stadium and that’s it.  

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 prior to the game 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 2023

  • The cheapest ticket is $6,906
  • The cheapest lower-level ticket is $8,548
  • The average ticket price for all tickets is $10,292
  • The most expensive single-ticket is $68,112 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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How Many Super Bowl Tickets are Available for Sale

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Will Super Bowl Ticket Prices Go Down?

Over the last 13 Super Bowls, the get-in price has dropped an average of 12% between Championship Sunday and Super Bowl Sunday. If you exclude the 2020 game, which is the only Super Bowl in that timeframe that saw an increase of more than 10%, the average drop in price is 21%.  Most of that drop occurs in the first seven to eight days following the conference championships. Over the final seven days leading up to the game prices have gone up an average of 6%. So if you're shopping at the get-in price level, the end of the first week is usually your best time to buy. This year, however, is trending much differently than the six previous Super Bowls, and prices are heading downward in the final days leading up to the game. As of Friday, the best time to buy was Thursday night into Friday morning. The get-in price is now hovering around $4,200.

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Trends are similar for the first week following the championship games in terms of overall average list price, which have dropped an average of 25% between Championship Sunday and Super Bowl Sunday. However, unlike the get-in, those prices tend to continue to creep down over the final seven days leading up to the game, usually due to inventory in certain higher priced sections selling out. Overall, in the final week leading up to Super Bowl Sunday, the average list price has dropped 13%. We don't suggest waiting too long if you're looking at more expensive tickets that you like AND are in your price range. If you wait too long there is a good chance these kind of seats will be sold out.
 
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Below is a raw data format of the above the shows the best day to purchase the cheapest ticket over the last 10 years. As you can see, after the 2015 market blow-up, the approach to buying Super Bowl tickets has changed significantly.

Prior to 2015, the best time to buy Super Bowl tickets was always the day or two prior to the game. However, since 2016 that has changed significantly. Excluding last year's reduced capacity game, the best time to purchase Super Bowl tickets, especially at the get-in price level, was between 6 and 8 days after the conference championship games. The only other outlier was the 2020 game, which was at its lowest 4 days after Championship Sunday. This year is much different, and it's looking like the best time to buy was in the final days 2-3 days before the game.
 
  2022 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010
CHAMP SUNDAY $6,366 $9,223 $3,652 $2,964 $5,043 $3,046 $2,862 $1,954 $2,223 $1,988 $1,995 $2,950 $2,055
1 $5,663 $11,638 $4,396 $3,230 $4,370 $3,268 $3,392 $1,825 $2,118 $1,900 $2,175 $2,500 $2,055
2 $5,832 $8,613 $4,546 $2,637 $3,724 $2,954 $3,497 $1,850 $1,985 $1,890 $2,250 $2,400 $1,949
3 $5,397 $7,566 $4,149 $2,800 $3,390 $2,714 $3,630 $2,125 $1,985 $2,168 $2,275 $2,486 $1,896
4 $5,300 $7,274 $3,499 $2,837 $3,290 $2,848 $3,630 $2,125 $1,800 $2,050 $2,281 $2,150 $1,804
5 $5,244 $6,852 $4,092 $2,522 $3,100 $2,392 $3,289 $2,395 $1,757 $1,975 $2,400 $2,183 $1,783
6 $5,300 $6,053 $4,296 $2,200 $2,900 $2,290 $3,190 $3,045 $1,640 $1,976 $2,370 $2,250 $1,771
7 $5,300 $5,936 $4,610 $2,631 $2,500 $2,208 $2,682 $3,938 $1,395 $1,930 $2,118 $2,373 $1,754
8 $5,735 $5,936 $5,097 $2,976 $2,745 $1,932 $3,080 $3,299 $1,392 $1,930 $2,090 $2,420 $1,722
9 $5,420 $5,960 $4,873 $3,103 $3,400 $2,024 $3,190 $3,937 $1,495 $1,775 $2,000 $2,457 $1,668
10 $4,592 $6,224 $5,485 $2,716 $4,150 $2,043 $3,080 $3,750 $1,500 $1,698 $2,183 $2,450 $1,609
11 $3,502 $5,159 $5,193 $2,595 $3,450 $2,248 $3,102 $5,998 $1,393 $1,649 $2,000 $2,500 $1,457
12 $4,487 $5,290 $7,174 $2,351 $3,250 $2,645 $2,950 $7,087 $1,247 $1,499 $1,892 $2,543 $1,378
13 $3608 $5,704 $6,005 $2,813 $2,900 $2,013 $2,852 $9,187 $1,425 $1,299 $1,746 $2,500 $1,552
SB SUNDAY $4246 $4,899 $6,603 $3,211 $2,550 $3,088 $3,800 $8,764 $1,514 $1,199 $1,354 $2,260 $1,379

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Historical Super Bowl Ticket Price Trend: 2010-2022

As of Super Bowl Sunday morning, tickets for Super Bowl 56 are currently averaging at $6,292 on the secondary market, making it the first time that the average price has dropped below $7,000. Traditionally, tickets on the secondary market have fallen to their lowest average asking price in the days immediately before the game and on game-day. Overall, in the final week leading up to Super Bowl Sunday, the average list price has dropped 13%.  

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Super Bowl 57 Premium Seating

As you would expect the Super Bowl comes with plenty of premium seating options. At State Farm Stadium there are Club and VIP Sections in the 200's and 100's levels.

Additionally, there are several luxury suites available. 

The above is all available on TicketIQ, and as always, there are NO ADDED FEES.

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State Farm Stadium Football Seating Chart 

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STATE FARM STADIUM SEATING SECTIONS

The main level, including the 100 sections, is comprised of center sections 104 to 113 and 125 to 134; corner sections 101 to 103, 114 to 116, 122 to 124, and 135 to 137; and end-zone sections 117 to 121 and 138 to 144.

The club level includes the 200-level sections: the center sections are 207 to 216, and the corner sections are 201 to 206 and 217 to 222. There are no end-zone sections on the club level.

The ring of honor and terrace levels includes the 400-level sections: center sections 408 to 418 and 438 to 449, and the corner sections are 401 to 407, 419 to 424, 432 to 437, and 450 to 455. The only end-zone sections for these levels are the 425 to 431 sections of the ring of honor level.

STATE FARM STADIUM HANDICAP ADA SEATING

Each of the Sportsman’s Park carparks include ADA parking spots. Non-Cardinals events require a valid paid parking ticket with a state-issued hangtag or license plate to park in an ADA spot. For the Fiesta Bowl, please contact the NCAA for further assistance.

A courtesy cart service is available to mobility impaired fans from ADA parking areas to the Access Control Points. Accessible ADA seating is located on each of the three concourses at State Farm Stadium, and there is one power outlet at each ADA seat that has an accessible seating platform.

Personal wheelchairs and mobility scooters are allowed at State Farm Stadium. When arriving to State Farm Stadium, fans with wheelchairs and scooters must enter through the ADA Access Control Point at Gate 2. Wheelchair assistance is also available to fans once they have entered the stadium. It is scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. Requests for wheelchair assistance can be made by asking a stadium staff member or by visiting any of the guest services booths located near Sections 104, 123, 417, and 448.

What’s the best way to tailgate at State Farm Stadium?

According to the State Farm Stadium website, tailgating is permitted in Sportsman’s Park as many as four hours before kickoff. Sportsman’s Park closes one hour after the game, but tailgating is only allowed from four hours before the game until the time of kickoff.

What is the mobile ticketing policy at State Farm Stadium?

State Farm Stadium has gone fully digital and will no longer be accepting paper tickets. The Cardinals website offers a step-by-step guide to mobile ticketing. For fans to enter, they will need to display their mobile ticket barcode that can be stored either on the Ticketmaster app or a Ticketmaster mobile browser.

 

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