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The packages below include a Super Bowl game ticket and a Pre-Game Super Bowl 2013 VIP Party pass hosted by Joe Theismann on the Joe Theismann on the Cajun Queen Riverboat.
Super Bowl 2014 Tickets (XLVIII) are not yet on-sale (as of 4/24/2013)
|Upper Terrace End Zone Super Bowl Tickets Package||600||Terrace Level Endzone||$2,449.70|
|Upper Terrace Super Bowl Tickets Goal Line Package||600||Terrace Level Goal to 20 Yard Line||$2,619.70|
|Upper Terrace Super Bowl Tickets 50 Yard Line Package||600||Terrace Level 20 to 50 Yard Line||$3,129.70|
|Super Bowl Tickets End Zone Package||100||Plaza Level Endzone||$3,257.20|
|Super Bowl Tickets End Zone Package||200 - 300||Loge Level Endzone||$3,342.20|
|Super Bowl Tickets Corner Package||100||Plaza Level Corner||$3,384.70|
|Super Bowl Tickets Corner Package||200 - 300||Logel Level Corner||$3,512.20|
|Super Bowl Tickets Endline Package||100||Plaza Level Endline to 15 Yard Line||$4,532.20|
|Super Bowl Tickets Endline Package||200 - 300||Loge Level Goal Line to 20 Yard Line||$4,787.20|
|Super Bowl Tickets Sideline Package||100||Plaza Level 15 to 25 Yard Line||$5,382.20|
|Super Bowl Tickets Sideline Package||200 - 300||Logel Level 20 to 50 Yard Line||$6,699.70|
|Super Bowl Tickets 50 Yard Line Sideline Package||100||Plaza Level 25 to 50 Yard Line||$7,124.70|
The Guide To The Big Game XLVII
On February 3rd, an estimated 150,000 visitors will flock to New Orleans for the biggest game of the year.
After watching ticket sales, game stats, travel prices, and more, SeatGeek has crunched the data to give you a look at the numbers behind the big game.
The Lucky Ones: Face Value Tickets
An estimated 70,000 tickets were distributed: Where did they go?
- 29 x 1.2%: Split between other 29 teams.
- 25.2%: NFL (The NFL Distributes some of their allotment to affiliated companies: corporate sponsors, media charities, VIPs, etc.)
- 17.5%: NFC Champion
- 17.5%: AFC Champion
- 5%: Host Team
- 500 Tickets: Raffled by NFL at face value.
Face Values Since 1967
Have steadily risen.
Super Bowl XLVII: $1,015
After SB XLVII, New Orleans will tie Miami for the record of most big games hosted.
New Orleans (10), Miami (10), and greater Los Angeles (7) have hosted 27 of the 47 games.
For Everyone Else: The Secondary Market
Average Resale Prices
Cheapest Ticket Sold = $982 for an upper-level seat sold on January 21, 2013.
Priciest Ticket Sold = $10,912 for a Loge Club seat sold on January 22, 2013.
Secondary market tickets are selling at an average of $625 less than they were last year.
Average Price By Section
Plaza - Club = $6,325
Loge - Club = $5,075
Plaza = $3,455
Loge = $3,134
Upper Level = $2,315
This will be the 7th Super Bowl to be played at the Superdome.
Still considering going to The Big Game?
Join an unexpected record television audience watching the game on Sunday.
Total US Viewers:
2007 = 148 million
2008 = 151 million
2009 = 153 million
2010 = 162 million
2011 = 166 million
What is your budget for the trip?
Tight Budget (The path of saving money):
Flight to Houston, Texas – 5 hours from New Orleans
From Baltimore = $428
From San Francisco = $499
Cheapest Hotel, 1Hr From Stadium
Motel 6, Baton Rouge = $142 ($42 x 3 nights)
3-Day Rental Car and Gas
Nissan Versa = $131 ($17/day + $80 in gas)
Cheapest Seat = $1,982
From Baltimore = $2,683
From San Francisco = $2,754
No Budget (The path of convenience):
Non-stop Flight to New Orleans
From Baltimore = $1,575
From San Francisco = $3,062
Hotel Near Stadium With Availability
Wyndham La Belle Maison, New Orleans = $4,338 ($1446 x 3 nights)
Great Seat, 50YD Line = $6,200
From Baltimore = $12,113
From San Francisco = $13,600
By taking the money-saving route, you can take care of lodging, transportation & airfare combined for the price of one plane ticket to New Orleans.
Airfare and lodging in New Orleans is currently the same price as a 50-yard line seat at the big game.
And the craziest number yet
The price one suite was listed at for the Big Game = $406,000
That's enough cash to buy:
- 50,750 Pat O'Brien's hurricanes
- 8 premium Saints season tickets for the next 17 seasons
- A private island in Belize
- A flying car
- Or 4 Mercedes Benz G-Class SUVs
Thanks for reading!
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