Super Bowl 52 is right around the corner, and it’s shaping up to be one of the most expensive of all time.

Tickets to the game are currently averaging nearly $6,000 on the secondary market, which is the highest they’ve been since SeatGeek began tracking the event in 2013.

At this time last year, tickets to Super Bowl 51 averaged a little over $4,000 for the Patriots versus the Falcons. So why so much hype around this year’s game? For one, both Eagles and Pats fanbases are notorious for their–ahem–enthusiasm, plus both teams are located on the East Coast. The Patriots are also making a record 10th Super Bowl appearance, and a win would tie them with the Steelers for six Lombardi trophies.

Historic Super Bowl Ticket Prices

So exactly how much did it cost to attend the last five Super Bowls? Here’s a look at the average resale ticket price since the 49ers took on the Ravens in 2013.

Super Bowl Year Matchup Avg. Resale Price
SB 47 2013 49ers vs. Ravens  $2,479
SB 48 2014 Broncos vs. Seahawks  $2,537
SB 49 2015 Patriots vs. Seahawks  $4,271
SB 50 2016 Broncos vs. Panthers  $4,531
SB 51 2017 Patriots vs. Falcons  $4,487

It’s not all bad news for fans hoping to get into the U.S. Bank Stadium on February 4. Although they’re high, ticket prices have been dropping since the matchup was set. Since Sunday night the get-in price has decreased from $5,400 to $3,848.

SeatGeek Ticket Price Tracker

For fans looking to stay up-to-date on Super Bowl ticket price trends, check out SeatGeek’s Ticket Price Tracker. It includes real-time secondary market data, allowing shoppers to decide when the perfect time to buy is. Other tools include geographical data, year by year comparisons, and the current cheapest and most expensive tickets available.

Where to Buy Super Bowl Tickets?

Fans looking to buy Super Bowl 52 tickets can find them on SeatGeek. Check out all the listings here, or view them below.