For those interested in Super Bowl 2013 tickets, once again the big NFL championship game is creating high prices on third party ticket sites. However, the latest edition of the Super Bowl, featuring the Baltimore Ravens vs. San Francisco 49ers, won't be quite as costly to attend as last year's game.
A report from SB Nation's Baltimore site on Jan. 24, indicates that tickets are continuing to get more expensive by the minute for the 49ers and Ravens battle in Super Bowl XLVII. They report that prior to the AFC and NFC championship games, average ticket was selling for about $3,000. However, since the two teams were recently decided, prices for an individual ticket climbed up over $3,700.
They also note that Fans can get an even cheaper ticket, "just to get inside the building." That'll run about $1,800. The best seat in the house could cost as much as $6,000. A luxury suite which accommodates 30 people, runs as high as $315,000.
It's been reported that even though these prices are so high for the average NFL fan, they're 12% lower than they were for the 2012 Super Bowl. In that game, Eli Manning and the New York Giants defeated the New England Patriots en route to the Lombardi Trophy.
As of this report, there were over 3,000 tickets still up for sale, so those individuals who can get together the necessary cash, could find a decent seat, if they're willing to pay the price.