How Much Are Super Bowl 55 Tickets
- The cheapest ticket is $4,899 (down 14% in the last 24 hours)
- The cheapest lower-level ticket is $7,439 (down 12% the last 24 hours)
- The average ticket price for all tickets is $8,161 (down 10% in the last 24 hours)
- The most expensive single-ticket is $17,750 (down 25% in last 24 hours)
- Currently there are just under 270 secondary market tickets available. (down 72% in the last 24 hours)
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 Fee Free tickets with a Refund Guarantee for Super Bowl LV. And now you can buy now and pay later on TicketIQ with Affirm.
The 2020 NFL regular season has come to an end and the playoffs are here. Below, we will breakdown attendance policies, and primary and secondary market ticket pricing for each team.
Topics: Football, Green Bay Packers, Houston Texans, Kansas City Chiefs, Minnesota Vikings, New England Patriots, NFL Playoffs, Baltimore Ravens, Buffalo Bills, New Orleans Saints, Philadelphia Eagles, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, Tennessee Titans
Where To Buy 2021 Buffalo Bills Tickets
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UPDATE 1/7: The Steelers announced that they will not be hosting fans for their Wild Card round game against the Browns.
The 2020 edition of the Goodyear Cotton Bowl features No. 7 Florida Gators vs. No. 6 Oklahoma Sooners at Arlington’s AT&T Stadium. The game, set for December 30th, will be played with attendance at AT&T Stadium limited to 16,000 fans. This will be the third trip to the Cotton Bowl for Oklahoma and the first for Florida.
Ravens 2020 Attendance Policy Updates
It was reported on July 8th, that if fans are allowed in the M&T Bank Stadium this season, the team would be limiting attendance to fewer than 14,000 fans.
Bears 2020 Attendance Policy
UPDATE: On August 18th the Bears announced that there will be no fans allowed at Soldier Field to start the season. In the statement they went on to say that "The team and City will continue to monitor the environment and believe there can be a sound plan in place to bring fans back to Soldier Field once it is deemed safe and appropriate. Until then, Bears home games will not include in-person fans.”
2020 Seahawks Attendance Policy
On August 20th, it was announced that the Seahawks will not allow fans at CenturyLink Field through at least September. It was also announced that the team is still “hopeful that conditions will improve as the seasons moves on,” so that they can host fans for games later in the fall.
2020 Philadelphia Eagles Attendance Policy
UPDATE: On August 28th, it was confirmed that no fans will be allowed at Lincoln Financial Field for Eagles games "until further notice". The team is going to continue working with the state and city on fan attendance, with hopes that fans will be allowed back later in the season.