Miami is set to host its 11th Super Bowl when the San Francisco 49ers face the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LIV at the Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday, February 2. TicketIQ will cover everything you need to know about what’s going to be going on in Miami, from when to buy the cheapest tickets to getting there. This guide will help fans navigate their way to enjoying the biggest sporting event of the year.
Miami last hosted a Super Bowl in 2010, when the New Orleans Saints won the only Super Bowl in franchise history. Then as now, Miami is a vibrant backdrop to America’s biggest sporting event, offering fans a taste of Latin culture through food, art, and architecture, great weather in the winter -- the average temperature in Miami in February is 75 degrees.
How Much Are Super Bowl LIV Tickets?
- The cheapest ticket is $5,485
- The cheapest lower-level ticket is $6,058
- The average ticket price for all tickets is $8,572
- The most expensive singe-ticket is $42,259 in The 72 Club
- The cost for an 18-person suite is t is $460,249
- There are just over 3,000 tickets currently available for sale (Down 9% in last 24 hrs)
Based on current prices on TicketIQ, you can save 10-20% on TicketIQ compared to StubHub and other secondary market vendors. TicketIQ also offers fans a Low Price Guarantee on all sold-out Super Bowl LIV tickets. That means that if you find the same secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit.
Zone-by-Zone Pricing on TicketIQ
Getting the best seats for the game is of paramount importance, whether you want to be able to see the sweat rolling down the players' faces or you just want to be in the room. The key to finding a good seat is also finding a good value.
Will Super Bowl Ticket Prices Go Down?
For 2020, the better question may be how far will they go up, at least if you're looking for the cheapest tickets. The below charts shows that the 'get-in' price has increased in the last week in each of the last four years.
Our recommendation is buying sooner than later and we're offering promo code SB5 for 5% off for buyers who are looking to hedge any price drop they'd be missing.
As for lower level tickets, on average, they have decreased by an average of 31% from championship Sunday. In the final week before the game, the average has gone down 9%. That all said, none of the previous games have had the level of demand and lack of weather issues like 2020. While Super Bowl 50 in New York was poised early on for $10k, week 2 weather concerns dampened demand.
We don't see any of those factors playing into the equation this year and we recommend buying sooner than later.
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.
|SUPER BOWL SUNDAY||$3,211||$2,550||$3,088||$3,800||$8,764||$1,514||$1,199||$1,354||$2,260||$1,379|
- Monitor the market. Look at the prices on the secondary market for Super Bowl LIV 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. With only about 3,700 tickets for sale to the public, prices could rise if quantity starts to think about.
- Download the TicketIQ app for the best deals on all Super Bowl LIV tickets. The TicketIQ app is the most transparent ticket app in the marketplace and pools tickets and data from over 90 percent of the resale market, giving fans the best deals and a Low Price Guarantee for tickets to the big game.
- Read this TicketIQ blog post that is updated multiple times a day for the latest data, ticket price and quantity trends.
Historical Super Bowl Ticket Price Trend: 2010-2020
Tickets for Super Bowl LIV are currently trending at $8,572 on the secondary market. If this price holds, it will be the second most expensive of the decade behind the 2015 game. For last year’s game between the Los Angeles Rams and Patriots, the average asking price settled at $4,972, after reaching a high of $9,642 two weeks before the game. 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, though in 2017, there was a huge jump from $3,958 to $5,449 between one day out and game day.
For Super Bowl LIV, the cheapest ticket on the secondary market is trending at just under $5,500.
How Many Super Bowl Tickets are Available for Sale:
Currently, there are just over 3,000 Super Bowl secondary market tickets available. Below is an infographic showing ticket quantity trends on the secondary market since 2016. Given how closely the 2019 and 2020 quantity started, we'd expect a similar path this year, and are not anticipating any big inventory spikes that will bring prices down.
Super Bowl LIV Ticket Allotment
Super Bowl Parties
The NFL’s biggest game returns to Miami on February 2 at Hard Rock Stadium. It will make the 11th time the Super Bowl has been played in Magic City. The last time, in 2010 when New Orleans won its first and only Super Bowl, the average asking price for a ticket to the game was $2,679 on the secondary market – it will likely be three times that for this year’s edition.
But the Super Bowl isn’t just a single game – it’s a weekend-long buffet of social, musical and foodie opportunities. Many of the events are charitable fund raisers. Below, we take a look at some of the parties and events that will be happening in and around Miami.
Super Bowl Music Fest
- When: Thursday, January 30-Saturday, February 1
- Where: American Airlines Arena
- Ticket prices: Starting at $50
Fans who love music as much as the Super Bowl can indulge in multiple concerts leading up to the big event. Among the performers are Maroon 5 (Saturday), Guns ‘N Roses (Friday), DJ Khaled (Thursday) and DaBaby (Thursday).
Wynwood’s Super Bowl Super Fan Fest
- When: Thursday, January 30-Sunday, February 2
- Where: Wynwood Marketplace
- Ticket Prices: Starting at free
Live music, games and food trucks will be available during this four-day event, which is one of only handful that is appropriate for all ages. Fans can try kicking into a regulation-sized field-goal post or having a drink at the beer garden. The sports bar is over 21 starting at 10 p.m. nightly, and fans can purchase tickets for the Main Stage Pit, to get closer to the music.
NFL Experience – A Super Bowl Theme Park
- When: Sunday, January 25-Saturday, February 1
- Where: Miami Beach Convention Center
- Ticket prices: Starting at $33
This marquis event put on by the NFL is family friendly and allows fans to do skills tests, buy NFL and Super Bowl gear, and participate in interactive games. There will also be former and current players signing autographs. The convention center will be turned into an NFL wonderland.
Shaq’s Fun House Super Bowl Party
- When: Friday, January 31, 9 p.m.-3 a.m.
- Where: Mana Convention Center
- Ticket prices: $199-$1,199
Besides the entry fee, fans willing to pay $499 can meet Shaq. Among the other celebs expected at the event are Pitbull, Diddy, Diplo, Tiesto and DaBaby. The cost of a ticket includes a six-hour open bar, food and beverage selections from some of Miami’s top restaurants, as well as carnival games and rides and circus performers. A percentage of proceeds will be donated to the Camillus House.
Vewtopia Music Festival With Cardi B, Chris Brown and More
- When: Friday, January 31 and Saturday, February 1
- Where: Marlins Ballpark
- Ticket prices: Starting at $195
The first of its kind, this two-day music festival features Cardi B, Chris Brown, Migos, DaBaby Megan Thee Stallion, Davido, Gunna, Shenseea, and more. Ticket prices are for two days – single-day tickets are not available.
Super Saturday Night at Watson Island With Lady Gaga
- When: Saturday, February 1, 8:30 p.m.
- Where: Meridian Island Gardens
- Ticket prices: Starting at $380
This concert is a chance to see Lady Gaga in a fairly intimate venue – the new Meridian Island Gardens seats about 10,000. Lady Gaga, who performed at halftime of the 2017 Super Bowl, is no stranger to putting on a riveting performance.
Gronk Beach Super Bowl Party
- When: Saturday, February 1, 1p.m.-7 p.m.
- Where: North Beach Bandshell, Miami Beach
- Ticket prices: Starting at $349.99
Ex-New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski hosts his first Super Bowl party and Rick Ross, Flo Rida, DJ Carnage, Kaskade, Diplo and 3LAU will also be there. The ticket price includes a six-hour open bar, and snacks from top Miami dining spots, including STK Steakhouse and Salty Donut. VIP tickets and tickets that include a chance to meet Gronk are also available for an additional charge.
MAXIM Havana Nights Super Bowl Party Experience
- When: Saturday, February 1, 10 p.m.-4 a.m.
- Where: Virginia Key Island
- Ticket prices: Starting at $250
If you want a chance to see the Chainsmokers, Rick Ross and the Lost Kings, they’ll all be performing at this party. The event will take place on a private, five-acre property with a set-up just for the party. In addition to the entertainment, the Maxim Models and multiple celebrities and pro athletes will be in attendance. Fans can add on a VIP experience for an additional charge.
Taste of the NFL Wine & Food Event
- When: Saturday, February 1, 7 p.m.
- Where: Broward Convention Center
- Ticket prices: Starting at $700
Foodies won’t want to miss this food-and-wine event that raises money for hunger-relief organizations. The event features a famous chef from each NFL city serving their signature dish alongside a current or former NFL player. There will be more than 35 food stations and a silent auction, as well as appearances by Don Shula and chef Andrew Zimmern.
Players Tailgate Pre-Game Party
- When: February 2, 2 p.m.-kickoff
- Where: Walking distance to stadium
- Ticket prices: Starting at $875
This exclusive day-of-the-game event will be hosted by celebrity chef Guy Fieri, and will feature more than 30 active NFL players and celebrities. The cost of a ticket includes premium, all-you-can eat food and open bars. ESPN’s Sage Steele with host the event, and a percentage of proceeds will go to several charitable partners.
Hotel and Airbnb Options for Super Bowl In Miami
Planning a trip to the Super Bowl if your team advances? Prices vary widely depending on where you're coming from and what kind of accommodations you prefer, but we're here to give you the latest on what's available, below.
Hard Rock Stadium Super Bowl Seating Chart
Do's and Don’ts at Hard Rock Stadium
As with every Super Bowl, security will be tight and fans will be required to pass through a metal detector before entering the stadium. According to the Hard Rock Stadium website, fans may carry the following items into the stadium:
- One bag that is clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and does not exceed 12” by 6” and 12” or a one-gallon clear plastic freezer bag (Ziploc bag or similar).
- A small clutch bag or purse approximately the size of a hand, with or without a handle or strap
- Medically necessary items after proper inspection at Gate E designated for this purpose.
- Diapers and wipes can be carried in a clear bag. Each member of a family, including children, will be able to carry and approved clear bag and a clutch purse, providing ample storage capacity
- Computers or tablets that are smaller than 12″x12″x12″
- Factory-sealed bottles of water that are 20 ounces or less.
Prohibited items and behaviors
- Audio recording devices
- Bottles and cans (exception, 20-ounce, factory-sealed bottle of water)
- Computers or tablets that are larger than 12″x12″x12″
- Glass bottles, cans, coolers of any kind, thermoses or ice chests.
- Noise makers and musical instruments
- Seat cushions of any size except those for medical needs
- Selfie Sticks
- Umbrellas, strollers, laser pointers
- Video cameras or still-photography cameras with a 6-inch or longer lens
- Weapons or any item that may be used as a projectile or one that is deemed dangerous by Hard Rock Stadium management.
- Interfering with others’ enjoyment of the game
- Foul or abusive language or obscene gestures
- Intoxication or other signs of impairment related to alcohol consumption
- Fighting, taunting, or threatening remarks or gestures
- Sitting in a location other than your ticketed seat
- Displays of affection inappropriate in a public setting
- Obscene or indecent messages or signs or clothing
- Throwing of any objects inside the stadium
- Clothing that is inappropriate or offensive
- Any disruption to the progress of the event by the guest’s actions
- Failing to follow the instructions of Stadium Personnel or Law Enforcement
- Smoking in the seating bowl, concourse, or other non-designated areas
- Standing for extended periods of time. Please refrain from behavior detracting from the enjoyment of fellow fans. Spontaneous reactions to exciting plays are expected and encouraged, but your continued standing while other guests are sitting is not permitted.