Super Bowl XLVIII is less than two weeks away, and all of the tickets are sold out, but there are still ways to get into the game, if you want. If you're looking to watch the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos face off in the cold though, CSMonitor reported on Jan. 21, 2014, that you will have to reach deep into your pockets to pay for Super Bowl tickets.
Checking Ticketmaster, there are a pair of end zone seats in the very high up 300-level that are going for $3,012 each. If you'd rather sit lower and have a better view, there are a number of lower-level club seats with the priciest going for $14,207 a piece.
Looking at StubHub on Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014, there are around 180 parking passes left for MetLife Stadium and the cheapest of those are $289.50.
If you're really looking to get a great seat, bring some friends, and enjoy the warmth while it is cold outside, there are suites available. The priciest is a 30-person suite that includes unlimited food and drinks (beer, wine, liquor) on level 3 and it goes for $899,270.